Fraternity: Phi Kappa Psi

Chapter: Pennsylvania Epsilon

Nationally Founded: 1852

Number of Active Chapters:  179

National Website:

Locally Founded: 1855

Local Website: PA Epsilon


The Pennsylvania Epsilon chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity has been a proud tradition at Gettysburg College for the past 150 years. The oldest fraternity on campus, Phi Psi boasts a diverse and close knit brotherhood that contributes a great deal to the campus community. Brothers are involved in a variety of intercollegiate and club sports teams (soccer, baseball, golf, rugby, ice hockey), the radio station (WZBT), write for the Gettysburgian, and are involved in a number of clubs and academic majors. Phi Psi's Gettysburg chapter is also home to Miller Hall, a national Mecca for Phi Kappa Psi and the oldest active fraternity meeting house in the country. Phi Kappa Psi regularly cleans their adopted highway, works in association with Special Olympics, and will be holding a concert this semester to benefit various educational and social programs for children with physical disabilities.