Fraternity: Phi Sigma Kappa

Chapter: Rho Deuteron

Address: 341 Carlisle Street

Nationally Founded: 1873

Number of Active Chapters: 90

National Website:

Locally Founded: 1925

Local Website:

Principles: Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Character

The Rho Deuteron Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was established in 1925, originally founded as an order of the Druids. Our national philanthropy is Special Olympics.  We stress the importance of playing an active role in our community and participate in many College sponsored service projects. Many brothers are actively involved in organizations around campus such as, sports, CUB desk, intramurals, and we even have a house band.  Famous alumni of Phi Sig include Dan Patrick of Sportscenter, Dick Enberg of CBS sports, and former New York Giants quarterback, Frank Gifford.  The most unique aspect of our fraternity is our diversity.  We have brothers who play sports ranging from tennis to soccer.  Other brothers are involved in work study projects around campus and still others play in a band.