Phi Sigma Kappa Association

President
Martin Barbato ’79 [email protected]
Vice President
Dave Hyland ’80 [email protected]
CFO
Ben Jarmul ’81 [email protected]
Secretary
Joe Mazziotti ’14 [email protected]
Board Members
Bill Albertson ’73
Steve Handwerk ’74
Matt Rose ’86
T. Jeff McGraw ’88
Nick Sandford ’16
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Advisors
Fred DeCock ’80
James Durfee ’80
Dan Lourie ’14
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History

The national Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity was founded in 1873 at the University of Massachusetts, based on the three cardinal principles: the Promotion of Brotherhood, the Stimulation of Scholarship, and the Development of Character. The Kappa Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity was founded at The Pennsylvania State College in 1899.

The Cardinal Principles

 
To Promote Brotherhood.

Justice, harmony, and brotherly love are essential to the spirit of fraternity. We promise to set an example of true brotherhood not only in our relations with each other, but in our association with people everywhere.

 
To Stimulate Scholarship.

Wisdom comes with learning. Complementing the mission of higher education, we seek to help our members to combine formal and informal learning experience; to more fully appreciate the importance of both theoretical and practical knowledge; and, by broadening their understanding of human relationships, to produce men of wisdom who will be better prepared to make positive contributions to society and all mankind.

 
To Develop Character.

Honor is the basis of fraternal relationships. We resolve to instill in each member a devotion to those values which will guide him to ends that are noble and right, so that in all that he represents and in all that he does, he shall be known as a man of honor who inspires others by his example and thus wins admiration and respect for himself and for Phi Sigma Kappa.

Contact Us

Phi Sigma Kappa
Pennsylvania State University
Alumni Relations Processing Center
P.O. Box 7007
Albert Lea, MN 56007-8007

    Kappa Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa