The Objects of the
The "Objects of Phi Kappa Sigma" are the ideals
upon which Samuel Brown Wylie Mitchell founded Phi Kappa Sigma and serve
From Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution and Acts of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity:
“The Objects of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity shall be the promotion of good fellowship and the cultivation of the social virtues among our members; the protection of just rights and the advancement of the best interests, present and future, individual and collective, of all those who shall be associated together as members of this Fraternity; the encouragement of good scholarship and the breadth of training for our members; and cooperation in the educational and cultural programs of institutions of higher education in which our Chapters are located.”
"Brotherhood is more than skin deep."
In 1858, a proposal was introduced to the
Fraternity that would have made Phi Kappa Sigma an all-white
"Once a Phi Kap, always a Phi Kap."
Our Brothers retain membership throughout life,
because our organization is a lifelong commitment. Our organization
Stellis Aequus Durando – “equal to the stars in endurance.”
Our Fraternity has survived hardships, World
Wars, and countless other obstacles, yet we still remain strong. Since