List of Phi Sigma Kappa chapters

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The complete Chapter and Colony Roll of Phi Sigma Kappa follows this gallery of historic and newer images. Hover over photos for chapter names and captions. Many of the buildings in the historical photos are still owned by Phi Sig fraternity chapters and their alumni today, having been remodeled and expanded, while others have been replaced:

Historical Chapterhouse Images[edit]

More Recent Chapterhouse Images[edit]

List of Chapters[edit]

Chapter Colonized Chartered School State Status Charter Range Reference
Alpha [a] N/A 1873 University of Massachusetts Amherst Massachusetts Active 1873-Present [pic1] [pic2] [pic3][1]


Beta [a] 1888 Union College New York Inactive 1888-1997 [pic1][2][3]


Gamma
See also Phi Tau [i]
1889 Cornell University New York Active 1889-Present [pic1] [pic2] [pic3][4]


Delta 1891 West Virginia University West Virginia Active 1891-Present [pic1] [pic2] [pic3][5]


Epsilon
    (or Sachem Hall)
[b]
1893 Yale University Connecticut Inactive 1893-1929 [6][7][pic1]


Zeta 1896 City College of New York New York Inactive [e] 1896-1973 [8]


Eta 1897
2011
University of Maryland Maryland Active 1897-2002
2009-Present
[9][10][11][pic1] [pic2][12]


Theta 1897 Columbia University New York Inactive 1897-1933 [6][13][pic1]


Iota 1899 Stevens Institute of Technology New Jersey Active 1899-Present [pic1][14]


Kappa 1899 Penn State University Pennsylvania Active 1899-Present [pic1][pic2][15]


Lambda 1899 George Washington University Washington, D.C. Active 1899-Present [pic1][16]


Mu 2013 1900 University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Inactive 1900-1997
2001-2007
2013-2016
[17][18][19][20][pic1][21]


Nu 1901 Lehigh University Pennsylvania Active 1901-Present [pic1][22][23]


Xi 1902 St. Lawrence University New York Inactive 1902-2004 [24][25][pic1] [pic2]


Omicron 1902 MIT Massachusetts Active 1902-Present [26][pic1] [pic2][27]


Pi 1903 Franklin and Marshall College Pennsylvania Inactive [l] 1903-1983 [28][29][pic1] [pic2]


Rho 1903 Queen's University Ontario (Canada) Inactive [k] 1903-1914 [28][30][31]


Sigma 1903 St. John's College Maryland Inactive [k] 1903-1940 [28][32]


Tau 1905 Dartmouth College New Hampshire Seceded [c][i] 1905-1956 [6][33]


Upsilon 1906 Brown University Rhode Island Inactive 1906-1939 [6][34]


Phi 1906 Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Inactive [l] 1906-1991 [35][36][pic1]


Chi 1906 Williams College Massachusetts Inactive [l] 1906-1966 [28][37][38][pic1] [pic2] [pic3]


Psi 1907 University of Virginia Virginia Active 1907-Present [6][39][40]


Omega 2009-2010 1909 UC Berkeley California Inactive[m] 1909-1992 [10][41][42][43][44]


Alpha Epsilon Colony 1992, 2013 1910 Emporia State University Kansas Colony 1910-1989
1994-2007
2013-present
[39][45][46]


Alpha Deuteron
See also Phi Zeta
2011 1910 University of Illinois Illinois Active 1910-2008
2012-Present
[47][pic1][48]


Beta Deuteron 1910 University of Minnesota Minnesota Active 1910-Present [pic1] [pic2][49]


Gamma Deuteron 1911 Iowa State University Iowa Inactive 1911-1939 [50]


Delta Deuteron 2013 1915 University of Michigan Michigan Active 1915-2003
2012-present
[51][52][53][pic1][54]


Epsilon Deuteron 1915 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Massachusetts Active 1915-Present [55]


Zeta Deuteron 1917 UW–Madison Wisconsin Inactive[m] 1917-1931
1954-1973
[6][39][56]


Eta Deuteron 1917 University of Nevada at Reno Nevada Inactive[m] 1917-1997 [39][57]


Theta Deuteron 1921 Oregon State University Oregon Inactive 1921-1972
1989-2005
[58][pic1][59]


Iota Deuteron 1923 Kansas State University Kansas Inactive 1923-1941 [6][60]


Kappa Deuteron 1923 Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Active 1923-Present [61]


Lambda Deuteron 1923 University of Washington Washington Inactive 1923-1992 [62]


Mu Deuteron 1923 University of Montana Montana Inactive 1923-1972 [63][pic1]


Nu Deuteron 1923 Stanford University California Inactive 1923-1973 [64][p]


Xi Deuteron 1925 University of Tennessee Tennessee Active 1925-Present [pic1] [pic2][65]


Omicron Deuteron 1990
2006
1925 University of Alabama Alabama Active 1925-1988
1992-1999
2007-Present
[66][67] [pic1][68]


Pi Deuteron 1924
1945
2011
1925
1946
2014
Ohio State University Ohio Active 1925-1938
1945-1978
2011-present
[6][69][70][71][pic1]


Rho Deuteron 1925 Gettysburg College Pennsylvania Inactive 1925-2014 [72]


Sigma Deuteron 1925 University of Nebraska Nebraska Inactive 1925-1941 [6][73]


Tau Deuteron 1926 Carnegie-Mellon University Pennsylvania Inactive 1926-1937 [74]


Upsilon Deuteron 1926 University of North Carolina North Carolina Inactive 1926-1936
1967-1982
[75]


Phi Deuteron 1926 University of Kentucky Kentucky Active 1926-Present [pic1] [pic2][76]


Chi Deuteron 2014 1926, 2015 Washington State University Washington Active 1926-2005
2014-Present
[77][pic1][78]


Psi Deuteron 1926 University of Oregon Oregon Inactive 1926-2002 [79]


Beta Epsilon 1927 Pittsburg State University Kansas Active 1927-Present [80]


Gamma Epsilon 1927 Truman State University Missouri Active 1927-Present [81]


Omega Deuteron N/A 1928 University of Southern California California Active 1928-2003
2011-Present
[pic1] [pic2][82]


Alpha Triton 1928 Wesleyan University Connecticut Inactive 1928-1952 [83]


Beta Triton 1928 Knox College Illinois Seceded [h] 1928-1955 [6][pic1][84]


Gamma Triton 2001 1929 University of South Carolina South Carolina Active 1929-1963
2004-Present
[85][pic1][86]


Epsilon Delta 1930 Eastern Illinois University Illinois Inactive 1930-1986 [87][88]


Epsilon Epsilon 1930 Northeastern State University Oklahoma Active 1930-Present [89]


Delta Triton 1930 Purdue University Indiana Active 1930-Present [pic1][90]


Epsilon Zeta 1930 Fort Hays State University Kansas Inactive 1930-1979 [39]


Epsilon Eta 1931 Southeastern State University Oklahoma Inactive 1931-2001 [39][91]


Epsilon Theta 1931 University of Northern Iowa Iowa Inactive 1931-1998 [39][92]


Epsilon Iota 1931 Central Missouri State University Missouri Active 1931-Present [93]


Epsilon Kappa 1931 UW–Stevens Point Wisconsin Seceded [n] 1931-1998 [94][95]


Epsilon Lambda
See also Chi Pentaton
1934 Eastern Michigan University Michigan Active 1934-Present [96]


Epsilon Mu 2000 1935 University of Central Arkansas Arkansas Active 1935-1994
2002-Present
[97][98][99]


Epsilon Triton 1936 American University Washington, D.C. Active 1936-Present [100]


Epsilon Nu 1938 Northwest Missouri State University Missouri Active 1938-Present [101]


Zeta Triton 1932 1939 Montana State University Montana Inactive 1939-2009 [102]


Epsilon Xi 1941 Central Michigan University Michigan Inactive 1941-2010 [41][103]


Epsilon Omicron 1942 Wayne State University Michigan Revoked 1942-1952 [104]


Eta Triton Colony 1942 University of Akron Ohio Colony 1942-Present [105]


Epsilon Pi 1943 Western Illinois University Illinois Inactive 1943-2003 [106][107]


Epsilon Rho 1946 Henderson State University Arkansas Inactive 1946-2014 [108]


Theta Triton 1947 University of Texas Texas Inactive 1947-1976 [pic1] [pic2] [pic3]


Iota Triton 1947 University of Connecticut Connecticut Inactive 1947-1972 [pic1]


Kappa Triton 1947 Fresno State University California Inactive 1947-1959


Epsilon Sigma
See also Pi Pentaton
1947 Northern Illinois University Illinois Inactive 1947- ?? [109]


Epsilon Tau 1948 Ball State University Indiana Active 1948-Present [110]


Lambda Triton 1948 University of Rhode Island Rhode Island Inactive 1948-1999
Local dates from 1925
[pic1][111]


Mu Triton 1948 Boston University Massachusetts Inactive [h] 1948-1953 [6][111]


Nu Triton 1948 Hartwick College New York Inactive [h] 1948-1955 [pic1][111]


Xi Triton 1948 San Jose State University California Inactive 1948-1966 [112]


Omicron Triton 1948 UC Davis California Inactive 1948-1973 [pic1][113]


Pi Triton 1948 Eastern Washington University Washington Inactive 1948-1952


Rho Triton 1949 San Diego State University California Inactive 1949-1959 [113]


Sigma Triton 1949 Indiana University Indiana Active 1949-1972
1992-1998
2001-Present
[114][pic1][115]


Epsilon Phi
See also Mu Pentaton
1990 1949 UW–Milwaukee Wisconsin Active 1949-1972
1991-Present
[116]


Tau Triton 1949 Baldwin Wallace College Ohio Inactive 1949-1955 [pic1][117]


Upsilon Triton 1949 Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania Inactive 1949-1955


Phi Triton 1949 Idaho State University Idaho Inactive 1949-1993 [118]


Chi Triton 1949 Arizona State University Arizona Inactive 1949-2001
2008-2010?
[119]


Psi Triton 1950 Hobart College New York Active 1950-1997
2009-Present
[120]


Epsilon Upsilon 1950 UW–Whitewater Wisconsin Inactive 1950-2007


Omega Triton 1950 Florida Southern College Florida Inactive 1950-1986


Alpha Tetarton 1950 Linfield College Oregon Inactive 1950-1952


Beta Tetarton 1950 Kent State University Ohio Active 1950-Present [121]


Gamma Tetarton 1950 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute New York Active 1950-Present [pic1][122]


Epsilon Psi 1950 SUNY Geneseo New York Seceded 1950-1953 [123][124]


Delta Tetarton 1950, 1991
2013
1951, 1993
2014
University of Florida Florida Active 1950-1959
1993-Present
[125][126][pic1][127]


Epsilon Tetarton 1952 Washington College Maryland Inactive 1952-1972


Epsilon Chi 1952 SUNY-Oswego New York Inactive 1952-1954
1972-2000
[39][124]


Epsilon Omega 1950 1952 UW–Stout Wisconsin Seceded [o] 1952-1985 [128]


Phi Alpha
The Memorial Chapter of ΦΣΕ
NA NA Memorial 1952-present [6]:249–255


Phi Beta 1951 1952 UW–Eau Claire Wisconsin Seceded [o] 1952-1985 [6]


Phi Delta 1952 Black Hills State College South Dakota Inactive 1952-? [6][129]


Zeta Tetarton 1954 East Tennessee State University Tennessee Inactive 1954-1986


Phi Gamma
See also Chi Tetarton
1956 Western Michigan University Michigan Inactive 1956-1980 [39][130]


Phi Epsilon 1956 Rider University New Jersey Inactive 1956-2011 [131]


Phi Lambda 1956 Parsons College Iowa Inactive 1956-1972 [39][132]


Eta Tetarton 1956 University of Houston Texas Inactive 1956-1993


Theta Tetarton 1957 University of Detroit Mercy Michigan Inactive 1957-1973


Iota Tetarton 1957 Tufts University Massachusetts Inactive 1957-1976


Kappa Tetarton 1957 Southern Illinois University Illinois Active 1957-1998
2003-Present
[39][133][134]


Lambda Tetarton 1958 Wagner College New York Inactive 1958-1982


Phi Zeta
See also Alpha Deuteron
1958 University of Illinois Illinois Inactive 1958-1972 [135]


Mu Tetarton 1958 Youngstown State University Ohio Inactive 1958-1983


Nu Tetarton 1959 Rutgers University New Jersey Active 1959-Present [136]


Phi Eta
See also Nu Pentaton
2013 1959
2013
Clarion University Pennsylvania Inactive 1959-2016 [137]


Phi Kappa 1959 West Virginia Wesleyan College West Virginia Seceded [o] 1959-1985 [138]


Phi Iota 1959 Northland College Wisconsin Inactive [o] 1959-1985 [139]


Xi Tetarton 1959 Michigan State University Michigan Inactive 1959-1973


Phi Theta 1957
2012
1958
2013
Shippensburg University Pennsylvania Active 1958-2000
2013-present
[140]


Omicron Tetarton 1959 Tennessee Wesleyan College Tennessee Inactive 1959-1979


Rho Tetarton 1959 Loyola Marymount University California Inactive 1959-1989


Pi Tetarton 1960 LIU Post, originally C.W. Post College New York Active 1960-1971
2014-present


Phi Mu 1960 Concord University West Virginia Seceded [o] 1960-1985


Sigma Chi 1960 Shepherd University West Virginia Inactive 1960-2002 [141]


Phi Pi 1960 UW–Superior Wisconsin Inactive 1960-1976 [39]


Sigma Tetarton 1960 Midwestern State University Texas Inactive 1960-1990
2002-2013
[142]


Tau Tetarton 1960 University of Tennessee at Martin Tennessee Active 1960-Present [143]


Sigma Alpha 1960 UW–La Crosse Wisconsin Inactive 1960-1989


Upsilon Tetarton 1959
2012
1960
2014
Rochester Institute of Technology New York Active 1960-2004
2012-present
[69][144][145][146][147]


Phi Tetarton 1960 University of the Pacific California Inactive 1960-1966 [6][148]


Chi Tetarton
See also Phi Gamma
1961 Western Michigan University Michigan Active 1961-Present [149][150]


Psi Tetarton 1961 Waynesburg University Pennsylvania Inactive 1961-1979 [151]


Phi Omicron 1961 St. Cloud State University Minnesota Inactive 1961-1978 [39]


Omega Tetarton 1962 Cal State L.A. California Active 1962-Present [152]


Phi Nu
See also Tau Pentaton
2011 1962
2012
Mansfield University Pennsylvania Active 1962-1978
2011-present
[39][153]


Phi Xi 1962 Winona State University Minnesota Inactive 1962-1977 [39]


Alpha Pentaton 1963 University of New Mexico New Mexico Inactive 1963-1977


Phi Tau
See also Gamma
1963 Cornell University New York Inactive[d] [i] 1963-1985 [6][154][155]


Beta Pentaton 1963 East Stroudsburg University Pennsylvania Active 1963-1997
2003-Present
[156][157]


Gamma Pentaton 1963 University of Utah Utah Inactive 1963-1993


Phi Rho 1963 Chadron State College Nebraska Inactive 1963-? [158]


Delta Pentaton 1963 Northeastern University Massachusetts Inactive 1963-1992 [159]


Phi Upsilon 1964 Valparaiso University Indiana Active 1964-Present [160]


Epsilon Pentaton 1964 American International College Massachusetts Inactive 1963-1969


Zeta Pentaton 1964 UT-Pan Am Texas Inactive 1964-2013 [161]


Eta Pentaton 1965 Drexel University Pennsylvania Inactive 1965-1982


Theta Pentaton 1965 Indiana University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Active 1965-1995
2015-present
[162][163]


Phi Sigma 1965 Hillsdale College Michigan Inactive 1965-1990


Phi Phi 1965 UW–Oshkosh Wisconsin Inactive 1965-? [164]


Iota Pentaton 1966 Cal State Fullerton California Active 1966-Present [165]


Kappa Pentaton 1966 UC Santa Barbara California Inactive 1966-1997
2004-2015
[166][167][168][169]


Lambda Pentaton
See also Sigma Epsilon
1966 Ferris State University Michigan Active[j] 1966-1977, 1985-present [170]


Mu Pentaton
See also Epsilon Phi
1966 UW–Milwaukee Wisconsin Inactive 1966-1971 [171]


Nu Pentaton
See also Phi Eta
2013 1967 Clarion University Pennsylvania Inactive 1967-2008, 2013 [137]


Xi Pentaton 1967 Cal State Northridge California Inactive 1967-1970
1992-2010
[6][39][172]


Sigma Beta 1967 Missouri State University Missouri Inactive 1967-1995


Omicron Pentaton 1967 Edinboro University Pennsylvania Inactive 1967-1987


Pi Pentaton
See also Epsilon Sigma
1967 Northern Illinois University Illinois Active 1967-Present [173]


Rho Pentaton 1967 Northwestern University Illinois Inactive 1967-1976


Sigma Pentaton 1968 Quinnipiac College Connecticut Inactive 1968-1976


Sigma Delta 1968 St. Norbert College Wisconsin Inactive 1968-1994


Tau Pentaton
See also Phi Nu
1968 Mansfield University Pennsylvania Inactive 1968-1985 [174]


Sigma Zeta 1967
1996
1968 UW–River Falls Wisconsin Inactive[f] 1968-1985
1998-2005


Phi Pentaton 1968 University of Arizona Arizona Inactive 1968-?
1988-1995
[39]


Sigma Epsilon
See also Lambda Pentaton
1968 Ferris State University Michigan Active 1968-Present[j] [175]


Chi Pentaton
See also Epsilon Lambda
1968 Eastern Michigan University Michigan Inactive 1968-Present [176]


Sigma Gamma 1969 Wayne State College Nebraska Inactive 1969-? [104]


Sigma Eta 1969 Southeast Missouri State University Missouri Inactive 1969-1998


Sigma Kappa
See also Zeta Hexaton
1969 La Salle University Pennsylvania Inactive 1969-1976 [39]


Upsilon Pentaton 1969 University of Hartford Connecticut Inactive 1969-1972


Sigma Iota 1969 UW–Platteville Wisconsin Inactive 1969-1991 [39]


Psi Pentaton 1969 University of Memphis Tennessee Inactive 1969-2001 [177]


Sigma Theta 1969 Hofstra University New York Inactive 1969-1972 [39]


Sigma Lambda 1969 Was not chartered University of Minnesota-Morris Minnesota Inactive 1969-? [6]


Sigma Mu 1969 Was not chartered Manhattan College New York Inactive 1969-? [6]


Omega Pentaton 1970 Bethel University Tennessee Inactive 1970-1973 [6][178]


Sigma Nu 1970 Slippery Rock University Pennsylvania Inactive 1970-1998


Phi Omega 1969 1970 Minnesota State University-Moorhead Minnesota Inactive 1970-2005


Sigma Xi 1970 1970 Bloomsburg University Pennsylvania Inactive 1970-1975 [6][39][179]


Phi Chi 1970 1970 Bemidji State University Minnesota Inactive 1970-1976 [39]


Phi Psi 1969 1970 University of St. Thomas Minnesota Inactive 1970-1975 [6]


Alpha Hexaton 1971 Salem International University West Virginia Inactive 1971-1975


Beta Hexaton 1971 Purdue University Calumet Indiana Inactive 1971-1992 [39]


Gamma Hexaton 1971 Robert Morris University Pennsylvania Active 1971-Present [180]


Delta Hexaton 1971 Susquehanna University Pennsylvania inactive 1971-2006


Sigma Omicron NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Pi NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Rho NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Sigma NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Tau 1969 1971 Missouri Western State University Missouri Active 1971-2015? [181]


Epsilon Hexaton 1970 1972 Virginia Polytechnic Institute Virginia Active 1972-2001
2007-Present
[39][182][183]


Zeta Hexaton
See also Sigma Kappa
1972 La Salle University Pennsylvania Inactive 1972-1978


Eta Hexaton 1972 University of Dayton Ohio Active 1972-1997
2001-Present
[39][184][185]


Theta Hexaton 1973 Nicholls State University Louisiana Inactive 1973-1986


Iota Hexaton 1973 Fairleigh Dickinson Metropolitan
(Teaneck)
New Jersey Inactive 1973-1994 [186]


Kappa Hexaton 1974 Stetson University Florida Active 1974-Present [187]


Lambda Hexaton 1976 St. Joseph's University Pennsylvania Inactive 1976-1987


Mu Hexaton 1976 Radford University Virginia Active 1976-2001
2007-Present
[188][189]


Nu Hexaton 1976 West Liberty University West Virginia Inactive 1976-1977


Omicron Hexaton 1977 Oregon Institute of Technology Oregon Inactive 1977-1983


Pi Hexaton 1979 Occidental College California Inactive 1979-1995 [190]


Rho Hexaton 1981 Northern Arizona University Arizona Active 1981-Present [191]


Sigma Hexaton 1982 Illinois State University Illinois Inactive 1982-2005


Tau Hexaton 1983 Monmouth University New Jersey Inactive 1983-2010 [41]


Upsilon Hexaton 1984 Fairleigh Dickinson, Madison New Jersey Active 1984-Present [192]


Phi Hexaton 1985 Towson University Maryland Active 1985-Present [193]


Sigma Upsilon NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Phi NA Unused Name [6]


Sigma Psi 1985 Did not charter Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Inactive 1985-1988 [6]


Sigma Omega NA Unused Name [6]


Chi Hexaton 2010 1988 Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Inactive 1988-?


Psi Hexaton 1989 McGill University Quebec Inactive 1989-1996


Omega Hexaton 1989 University of California at Irvine California Inactive 1989-2002


Alpha Septaton 1989 1990 University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Inactive 1990-2007


Beta Septaton 1990 Florida State University Florida Active 1990-Present [194]


Gamma Septaton 1990 Bowling Green State University Ohio Inactive 1990-2002


Delta Septaton 1990 UW–Green Bay Wisconsin Inactive 1990-1994


Epsilon Septaton 1990 Frostburg State University Maryland Inactive[g] 1990-1995


Zeta Septaton 1990 Johnson & Wales University Rhode Island Inactive 1990-2002
2010-2011
[195][196]


Eta Septaton 1991 Cal Poly California Active 1991-Present [197]


Theta Septaton 1992 Marist College New York Inactive 1992-1995


Iota Septaton 1992 Penn State Altoona Pennsylvania Inactive 1992-Present [198][199][200][201]


Kappa Septaton 1991 1992 Buffalo State College New York Inactive[g] 1993-2006 [202]


Lambda Septaton 1994 Florida International University Florida Inactive 1994-2014 [203]


Mu Septaton 1995 University of Delaware Delaware Inactive 1995-2014 [204]


Nu Septaton 1993 1995 Marian University Wisconsin Inactive 1995-2014 [205]


Xi Septaton 1995 George Mason University Virginia Active 1995-Present [206]


Omicron Septaton 1996 Villanova University Pennsylvania Active 1996-Present [207]


Pi Septaton 1996 Texas A&M University Texas Inactive 1996-1999 [39]


Rho Septaton 1999 Texas State University Texas Inactive 1999-2007 [39]


Sigma Septaton 2000 Delaware Valley University Pennsylvania Inactive 2000-2003 [208]


Tau Septaton 2003 Hope College Michigan Active 2003-Present [209]


Upsilon Septaton 2005 Clemson University South Carolina Active 2003-Present [210]


Phi Septaton 2006 Adelphi University New York Active 2006-Present [211][212]


Chi Septaton 2007
2014
2008 Georgia Southern University Georgia Active 2008-2010
2014-present
[213][214]


Psi Septaton 2006 2010 Valdosta State University Georgia Active 2010-Present [215][216]


Omega Septaton 2009 2010 Auburn University Alabama Active 2010-Present [6][217]


Alpha Octaton 2010 2012 New Jersey Institute of Technology New Jersey Active 2012-Present [218]


Beta Octaton 2012 2014 University of North Carolina, Charlotte North Carolina Active 2012-present [145][219][220]


Gamma Octaton 2014 2015 Young Harris College Georgia Active 2014-Present


Delta Octaton 2015 2017 Appalachian State North Carolina Active 2015-Present


Epsilon Octaton 2016 2017 University of Cincinnati Ohio Active 2016-Present

List of Colonies of Phi Sigma Kappa[edit]

Interest groups form Colonies, which in turn become Chapters by earning a Phi Sigma Kappa Charter from the International Headquarters. A charter is a document which conveys from a governing body permission for a local group to operate as a chapter. A PSK Charter also signifies the date and location of the new chapter, and lists its founding members. In the event of a re-colonization, a new group may still refer to the original charter date when citing the age of their chapter, even in a re-colonization.

Expansion Program[edit]

Phi Sigma Kappa supports a vigorous expansion program of two to four new chapters a year. Phi Sigma Kappa's new colonization efforts typically follow one of three methods:

  • At the request of a viable interest group that contacts Phi Sigma Kappa
  • By affiliation of an existing local fraternity into Phi Sigma Kappa
  • As the result of planned expansion efforts by Headquarters staff.

The Fraternity takes special interest in re-chartering chapters at schools where it previously had a chapter. In such cases, significant funds may be available to support housing or scholarships that have been held in trust, awaiting re-colonization, by alumni of the original chapter.

Interested non-members can start an Interest Group at their school by contacting the Fraternity's HQ directly, or by joining a nearby active Phi Sig chapter. Unlike many national fraternities, Phi Sig allows a limited number of members from local, accredited schools in the area for this purpose.

The Fraternity maintains several full-time staff members dedicated to expansion and the support of interest groups, colonies and new chapters.

Naming Rules & Colony List[edit]

Interest groups are named temporarily after the school. Where the Fraternity has previously had a presence, re-colonizing groups may refer to themselves by their original chapter name, with the word "Colony" appended. Colonies at schools where Phi Sig has not had a presence will be awarded a chapter name as their induction ceremony is scheduled.

Where there is lack of progress or low membership, unsuccessful colonies may be disbanded before receiving a charter or series name.

The 1985 merger resulted in the following naming compromises:[6]

  • In cases where an original Phi Sigma Kappa chapter as well as a Phi Sigma Epsilon chapter were present on campus but where both are now dormant, the designation of any new group would normally be the name of the older original chapter, with allowances based on alumni preference. See also the main section on Naming System.
  • Phi Sigma Epsilon's practice was to name interest groups and colonies immediately. Because some colonies earned their charter within months, and others took up to four years, this resulted in a chapter roster that wasn't strictly alphabetical when listed by date of founding. The roster today, and this page, is maintained by chartering date. Buttons on the header field allow readers to search by state, school, status, etc.
  • Occasionally, a PSE colony was allowed a name that referenced a former local fraternity's original name: Shepherd College's Sigma Chi chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa, for example, which honors their former local name of Theta Sigma Chi. (The chapter name should not be confused with the national fraternity using that same name.)
  • Several Sigma-series names were never assigned, and there are no plans to use them.

Colonies, listed below, are grouped first by those soon chartering, then by colonies, and finally by interest groups and planned expansion targets.

Chapter Colonized Chartered School State Status Charter Range Reference
Alpha Epsilon Colony 1992
2013
1910 Emporia State University Kansas Colony 1910-1989
1994-2007
2013-present
[39][45][221]


Eta Triton Colony 1942
2015
1942 University of Akron Ohio Colony 1942-Present

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • a. ^ For a brief period, Alpha chapter called itself "Pi" because this was the initial letter of the Greek word for "first." Pi was the designation used from 1878 and the first appearance of the public name of the Fraternity until the end of 1887. Similarly, Beta chapter at first had selected its name to be "Alden March chapter", after the name of the founder of the college. It was only when the petition came in from the group that would become Phi Sig's Gamma chapter at Cornell that the first two chapters accepted the names Alpha and Beta.
  • b. ^ The oldest traditional fraternities (~junior societies) at Yale named their buildings with "Hall" nicknames, by which they wished to be known on campus: Phi Sigma Kappa's Epsilon chapter adopted the name Sachem Hall. Similarly, the Theta Xi chapter was Franklin Hall, Delta Psi adopted the name St. Anthony Hall which spread to their entire small but old national fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta was Vernon Hall, Chi Phi was York Hall, Psi Upsilon became the Fence Club, and Delta Phi was known at Yale as St. Elmo's. ΦΣΚ's Sachem Hall was located at 124 Prospect Street.[222][223]
  • c. ^ The Tau chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa separated from the national organization in 1956 over the issue of racial discrimination and became Phi Tau coeducational local fraternity. Two months later, the short-lived policies that incited the separation were themselves dropped, and Phi Sigma Kappa became one of the first fraternities to welcome black students.
  • d. ^ Cornell was the only school with both Phi Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma Epsilon chapters when the two fraternities merged. Phi Sigma Epsilon's Phi Tau chapter was therefore released to join another national fraternity. It opted to join Theta Chi, but has since closed. Its building was occupied by Alpha Chi Omega sorority. More detail on this may be found in the references.
  • e. ^ Zeta chapter's alumni are still active, and have established a significant pool of scholarship dollars administered by ΦΣΚ's national headquarters. The funds are available to any Phi Sig or their children who attend any of the four City College of NY schools for undergraduate or graduate work.
  • f. ^ The Sigma Zeta chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon did not participate in the merger with Phi Sigma Kappa. It eventually became a chapter of Phi Sigma Phi but, dissatisfied, was then re-founded as a colony of Phi Sigma Kappa in 1996.
  • g. ^ The Epsilon Septaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa reverted to its previous local affiliation of Delta Beta Chi in 1995. Kappa Septaton chapter likewise ended its affiliation with Phi Sigma Kappa in 2007 to become to the Beta chapter of Delta Beta Chi. Both local chapters are now dormant. This two-chapter group is not to be confused with the small national sorority of the same name.
  • h. ^ 1952's "Bedford Resolution" was one of the reasons that led to the expulsion of Mu Triton at Boston University, which lost its charter in 1954. Similarly, Beta Triton at Knox seceded back to local status in 1955. Hartwick College's Nu Triton was closed for the same reason, also in 1955. All three are today dormant.
  • i. ^ There exists some confusion regarding two chapters named Phi Tau. Phi Sigma Epsilon's Phi Tau chapter at Cornell was existent from 1963 until the merger with Phi Sigma Kappa in 1985 when it disbanded in favor of the Fraternity's retaining its much older, original Gamma chapter. The now-dormant PSE chapter should NOT be confused with Phi Sigma Kappa's Tau chapter at Dartmouth, which, upon seceding from the national fraternity in 1956, renamed itself Phi Tau. Name similarity is purely coincidental.
  • j. ^ Both Phi Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma Epsilon had chapters at Ferris State University. The Phi Sigma Kappa chapter closed in 1978. Phi Sigma Epsilon's Sigma Epsilon chapter became the Sigma Epsilon chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa when the two fraternities merged.
  • k. ^ Greek systems have died out on some campuses. At times when the United States or Canada has entered a wartime posture or a period of significant manpower draft, such as World War I or World War II, weaker chapters of many fraternities have had to close, with some unable to recover after the war. Campus acceptance can vary, making re-establishment far more difficult: Fraternities and sororities remain unwelcome at Queen's University, of Kingston, Ontario where PSK's Rho Chapter failed when all members of the young chapter died or failed to return after World War I, and likewise at St. John's College, in Annapolis, Maryland where PSK's weak Sigma Chapter failed to reopen after World War II at this classical-focused liberal arts school. Neither school has fraternities or sororities today.
  • l. ^ Beginning in the late 1960s, several small eastern schools banned their fraternity systems out of egalitarian concerns, leading to alarm among fraternity executives that such a trend would be more widespread. However, their worst fears did not come to pass, and the trend fizzled. Some of these schools, reporting a marked drop in alumni giving, have rescinded such bans. For example, former long-time Phi Sig campuses Swarthmore College and Franklin and Marshall now allow Greek organizations to re-charter. Nevertheless, PSK's Chi Chapter at Williams College, of Williamstown, Massachusetts fell to the anti-Greek trend in 1966, and remains closed to recognized expansion today. Other institutions that have adopted an anti-Greek posture include Colby College[224] which banned them outright and Amherst College,[225] a private college in that same Massachusetts town where PSK was founded, where fraternities exist sub-rosa. Neither Colby or Amherst Colleges have ever hosted a Phi Sig chapter.
  • m. ^ Sigma Phi Sigma was a fraternity of 18 chapters that was unable to re-kindle itself after World War II. Several of its largest groups affiliated into Phi Sigma Kappa, merging assets for the benefit of the combined organization after SPS's dissolution in 1947. These include an exceptionally sound chapter at Cal Berkeley, which merged into PSK's Omega chapter, and most of the ex-Nevada and Wisconsin chapter members who also sought PSK. In fact, alumni of the dormant Wisconsin chapters of both SPS and PSK merged their assets and worked together to re-establish Zeta Deuteron on the Wisconsin campus, where it had been defunct since 1931. The fine relationship PSK enjoyed with SPS at its dissolution was spurred by "notably excellent relations with PSK's Bro. Dean Palm and Bro. Bill Wood." [226][227]
  • n. ^ The Epsilon Kappa chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa separated from the national organization in 1998 and became a local organization called Phi Sigma Chi fraternity. This is not to be confused with the NY-based multicultural fraternity of Phi Sigma Chi, with which the Stevens Point chapter has no connection. This now-local chapter has disbanded.
  • o. ^ These four functioning chapters did not participate in the merger between Phi Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma Epsilon. A total of seven (these four, plus a schismatic group of PSE Lambda alumni who didn't transition into the new Epsilon Lambda, plus two revived chapters) would go on to form Phi Sigma Phi fraternity in 1988. See further discussion on the Talk page.
  • p. ^ In its biggest loss to the co-ed movement which affected some campuses in the 1970s, Phi Sigma Kappa's Nu Deuteron chapter at Stanford University voted to admit women in 1973, and thus voluntarily removed itself from the national fraternity by 'going local'. This action came just prior to the reintroduction of sororities on campus due to Title IX. Continuing to this day, its former building was retained by the group, still labeled as the "Phi Sig" house, and is one of many cooperative housing entities on campus. Its co-ed residents are called "Phi Sigs." This group has no connection with the national fraternity at this time. Still, Phi Sigma Kappa has expressed a long-term goal of re-establishing itself on legacy campuses it has lost, such as Stanford.[228]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alpha Chapter address in 1914: 510 North Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA 01002, 508-981-5641, where it resides today after a complete renovation at the building's 100th anniversary. The chapter had long held this property at the entrance to campus before building its home. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Alpha Chapter Housing Corp. See HQ for contact info.
  2. ^ Beta Chapter address in 1911: 279 Madison Ave., Albany, NY. The Albany group (affiliated with the medical and law college) created a satellite chapter at the main campus of Union College in Schenectady in 1922 with initiation of the already-solid Terrace Club, which in turn absorbed its Albany parent by 1930. Address in 1966: 1461 Lenox Rd, Schenectady, NY (rented).
  3. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Union Beta Alumni Assn., PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  4. ^ Gamma Chapter address in 2014: 702 University Avenue, Ithaca, NY 14850. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Gamma Chapter House Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  5. ^ Delta Chapter address in 2014: 672 High St., Morgantown, WV 26505. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Capt Kimble White Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Frank Prentice Rand; Ralph Watts; James E. Sefton (1993), All The Phi Sigs - A History, Self-published 
  7. ^ This chapter was established by the work of a brother from Delta Chapter at West Virginia. Epsilon Chapter address in 1911: 124 Prospect St., New Haven, CT
  8. ^ Zeta Chapter address in 1911: 210 W. 143rd Street, New York City, NY. The group often shared quarters with Theta chapter from Columbia. Address in 1966: 563 W 139th St, New York, NY. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Zeta Chapter Alumni Association, which maintains a scholarship fund administered by HQ. See HQ for contact info.
  9. ^ Ward, Jon (November 20, 2002), "Liability drying out fraternities", The Washington Times, pp. B01 
  10. ^ a b Grand Chapter Welcomes New Colonies, May 4, 2009, retrieved 16 September 2013 
  11. ^ This chapter was established through the work of Epsilon Chapter at Yale and a transfer student from Delta Chapter at West Virginia. Eta Chapter address in 1911: 1004 McCulloh St., Baltimore, MD. Address in 1920: 1017 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD. Beginning in 1922, a satellite chapter was established on the College Park campus, eventually absorbing the Baltimore group. Address in 2014: #2 Fraternity Row, College Park, MD 20740, which was a slight shift up row from the almost identical university-owned building it had lost in 2002.
  12. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Eta Chapter Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  13. ^ This chapter was established by the Council and the work of Zeta Chapter at CCNY, with whom they often shared a residence. Theta Chapter address in 1911: 550 West 114th St., New York City, NY
  14. ^ This chapter was established largely through the work of a brother from Zeta Chapter at CCNY. Iota Chapter address in 1911: 1201 Garden St., Hoboken, NJ. Address in 1917: 810 Hudson St., Hoboken, NJ. Address in 2014: 837 Hudson Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030, 201-798-9725. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Iota Association - Phi Sigma Kappa, see HQ for contact info.
  15. ^ Originating from a local club called Bon Amis, that group soon reorganized itself into a local chapter called Phi Delta Epsilon, according to Baird's Manual, 8th ed. Kappa Chapter address in 2014: 501 South Allen Street, State College, PA 16801, 732-841-0432. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Assoc of State College. See HQ for contact info.
  16. ^ This chapter was established through the work of several men from Gamma Chapter at Cornell. Lambda Chapter address in 1911: 1717 S. Street NW, Washington, DC. Address in 2014: 601 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Washington Club of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  17. ^ Nitzsche, George Erazmus (1918), University of Pennsylvania: Its History, Traditions, Buildings and Memorials (7th ed.), Philadelphia, PA: International Printing Company, p. 242, retrieved 11 December 2008  |
  18. ^ Mu Re-Chartered at Penn, November 19, 2001, retrieved 11 December 2008  |
  19. ^ Expansion: Fueling the Flame of Brotherhood, retrieved 12 December 2008 
  20. ^ Origination of this chapter came from a member of Gamma Chapter at Cornell, who had a brother enrolled at Penn. Mu Chapter address in 1911: 3732 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA. The chapter built a much larger building in 1917. Address in 1966: 3615 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA,
  21. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: Mu Association. See HQ for contact info.
  22. ^ Nu Chapter address in 2011: 511 Seneca St., South Bethlehem, PA. Address in 1921: 3rd and Cherokee St. Address by 1940?-1958? 458 Center St, Bethlehem, PA (now a funeral home). Address in 2014: 229 Warren Square, Bethlehem, PA. Address in 2017: 39 University Dr., Box J-147, Bethlehem, PA.
  23. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alumni Assn., Nu Chapter. See HQ for contact info.
  24. ^ Memo from College President, Daniel F. Sullivan, on closure of chapter, May 18, 2004, retrieved 16 September 2013 
  25. ^ The formation of this chapter came from a suggestion to Cutter, from Beta Theta Pi national fraternity leader, William Raymond Baird. Xi Chapter address in 1911: 67 Park St., Canton, NY. Address in 1966: 78 Park St., Canton, NY.
  26. ^ MIT Student Falls 40 Feet Through Skylight at University Frat House, September 12, 2013, retrieved 16 September 2013 
  27. ^ This chapter was established through the work of several men from Zeta Chapter at CCNY. Omicron Chapter address in 1911: 16 Exeter St., Boston, MA. Address by 1925: 487 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02215, later purchasing the next door brownstone for an expansion, according to the chapter's website accessed 25 July 2016. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Alumni Assn of Omicron Chapter. See HQ for contact info.
  28. ^ a b c d Shonk, Jr., Albert D. (Spring 2006), "One Hundred Years Ago", The Signet, Indianapolis, IN: Grand Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa & the Phi Sigma Kappa Foundation, LXXXXVII (2), p. 13 
  29. ^ Nevonia was the local chapter prior to 1903 that became Pi Chapter, encouraged by men from Mu Chapter at Penn who aided their induction. Address in 1911: 437 West James St., Lancaster, PA
  30. ^ This chapter was started by a Gamma Chapter (Cornell) brother, and inducted with help from Xi Chapter at St. Lawrence. Rho Chapter address in 1911: Bonnie Street, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  31. ^ Fraternal Follies: A look back at the 1933 decision to ban fraternities and sororities at Queen's University, dated 8 August 2011, and accessed 3 May 2014.
  32. ^ This chapter was started by a brother from Eta Chapter at Maryland. Sigma Chapter address in 1911: c/o St. John's College, Annapolis, MD
  33. ^ This chapter was established through the work of a brother from Alpha Chapter at UMass. Tau Chapter address in 1911: c/o Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, on a property it built that year.
  34. ^ Brothers from Omicron Chapter at MIT and Alpha Chapter at UMass started this group. Upsilon Chapter address in 1911: c/o Brunonia Hall, Providence, RI
  35. ^ Phi Chapter address in 1911: c/o Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
  36. ^ Swarthmore chapter closed over 100,000 debt, accessed 24 June 2015. The predecessor groups to this chapter were two locals called Omega Alpha and the Algonquin Club, according to Bairds' Manual, 8th ed.
  37. ^ This chapter was started with the aid of members of Beta Chapter. Chi Chapter address in 1911: 6 North Avenue, Williamstown, MA, which it purchased that year. The original local that became Chi Chapter was called the Phi Society, according to Bairds' Manual, 7th ed.
  38. ^ See also: Elimination of fraternities at Williams College
  39. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab GreekChat.com member "Oldu", re: Phi Sigma Kappa chapter dates, retrieved 18 February 2009 
  40. ^ Origination was from a local chapter, Delta Omega, which became Psi Chapter, according to Bairds' Manual , 7th ed. Address in 1911: PSK Chapter House, East Range, Charlottesville, VA. Address in 2014: 1702 Gordon Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22904, 434-293-7041. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Column Club, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  41. ^ a b c Grand Council Takes Action on Two Chapters, March 8, 2010, retrieved 16 March 2013 
  42. ^ 3 UC Berkeley Students Perish in Blaze at Fraternity House, September 9, 1990, retrieved 16 September 2013 
  43. ^ Omega Chapter was originally the Ridgeroad Club, according to Bairds' Manual, 7th ed. Address in 1911: 2330 College Ave., Berkeley, CA. The group bought a home in 1920. After WWII, the chapter reorganized to combine with the Berkeley chapter of Sigma Phi Sigma, a small national that was at risk of failure due to wartime stress. Nevertheless, the Cal chapter was a stable group. Address in 1966: 3212 Warring Street, Berkeley, CA. Address before 1990 and at the time of the fire of that year was 2320 Warring St., Berkeley, CA. This last building had been constructed in 1958, according to noted LA Times article.
  44. ^ Omega Chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Omega Alumni of Phi Sigma Kappa. See HQ for contact info.
  45. ^ a b Grand Chapter Recolonizes Alpha Epsilon, Sep 23, 2013, retrieved 24 September 2013 
  46. ^ Address in 1910: 810 Constitution St., Emporia, KS. Address in 1912: the "Cross Home", 6th and Union, Emporia, KS. Address in 1918-1943: 1119 Merchant St., Emporia, KS. Alpha Epsilon Colony address in 2014: 1200 Commercial Box 4065, Emporia, KS 66801. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alpha Epsilon Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  47. ^ Alpha Deuteron Charters at Illinois, August 21, 2012, retrieved 24 September 2013 
  48. ^ Alpha Deuteron Chapter address in 1911: PSK Chapter House, Green Street, Champaign, IL. Briefly, during 1918, the chapter rented rooms at 211 East Healy St., Champaign, IL while its building was used by the Army until Jan of 1919. Address in 1966: 1004 South Second St., Champaign, IL. Address in 2014: 202 E. Daniel Street, Champaign, IL 61820. The original local that became Alpha Deuteron was the Argos Club, according to Bairds' Manual, 7th ed. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Assn of Illinois. See HQ for contact info.
  49. ^ Originating from a local called the FLX Club, dating to 1907, the chapter petitioned to join Phi Sigma Kappa in 1908 and in 1909, which was accepted once the Fraternity had spanned the continent with its recent placement of Omega at Berkeley. Beta Deuteron Chapter address in 1910: 1800 University Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN (where the Fieldhouse stands). Address in 1911-1915: 820 University Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN. Address from 1916-1928: 1018 University Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN. Address from 1929 to present: 317 18th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414-2014. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Triton Corporation. See HQ for contact info.
  50. ^ Gamma Deuteron Chapter address in 1911: 118 Hyland Ave., Ames, IA. The predecessor local chapter was called Zeta Sigma Zeta, according to Bairds' Manual, 8th ed.
  51. ^ The Delta Deuteron Chapter at the University of Michigan Recolonizes, April 17, 2013, retrieved 17 December 2013 
  52. ^ Address in 1966: 1043 Baldwin, Ann Arbor, MI.
  53. ^ The rechartering ceremony was held October 3rd, 2015, at the Ann Arbor Marriott, in Ypsilanti, Michigan, as noted on chapter's Twitter account. Accessed 12 October 2015.
  54. ^ Originating as the Pylon Club, a six year old local, its joining Phi Sigma Kappa was strongly supported by alumni from Alpha at UMass and Omicron at MIT. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Delta Deuteron Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  55. ^ Epsilon Deuteron Chapter address in 2014: 11 Dean Street, Worcester, MA 01609, 508-792-6748. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: Kappa Xi Alpha of WPI, Inc., in honor of their original local fraternity, Kappa Xi Alpha. This predecessor group had formed in 1902, according to the 8th edition of Bairds' Manual. It has been suggested to Phi Sigma Kappa as a potential new chapter by interfraternal friends at Beta Theta Pi national fraternity, after a member of Chi at Williams had previously recommended a local at Williams to that fraternity. See HQ for contact info.
  56. ^ Originated from a local fraternity, Kappa Phi Gamma, which had been existent for ten years, and was supported by an alumnus of Alpha Deuteron among the faculty. After WWII, the chapter revived with the addition of members of the Wisconsin chapter of Sigma Phi Sigma, a small national that was at risk of failure due to wartime stress. Address in 1966: 619 North Lake St., Madison, WI.
  57. ^ This chapter originated as a local, Sigma Alpha, which had already been in existence for twenty years at the time of its entry into Phi Sigma Kappa. It benefited from the support of a transfer student from Omega at Berkeley. After WWII, the chapter revived with the addition of members of the Nevada Reno chapter of Sigma Phi Sigma, a small national that was at risk of failure due to wartime stress.
  58. ^ Origination of this chapter came out of a group called the Umpqua Club, founded in 1915, which had changed its name to Zeta Epsilon in 1918, then sought Phi Sigma Kappa "on the basis of its profile in Baird's," according to the national history. Address in 1966: 211 NW 14th Street, Corvallis, OR.
  59. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Theta Deuteron Alumni Assn of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  60. ^ Original local chapter name was Phi Delta Tau, which had formed in 1918, petitioning Phi Sigma Kappa under the strong backing of a professor who hailed from Gamma Deuteron.
  61. ^ Original local chapter name was Delta Kappa Sigma. The Kappa Deuteron Chapter address in 2014: 825 Techwood Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, 404-892-9846. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: K.D. Tech, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  62. ^ Original local chapter name, the Apres La Guerre Club. Address in 1966: 4733 17th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA.
  63. ^ Original local chapter name, Iota Nu. Address in 1966: 1011 Gerald Avenue, Missoula, MT.
  64. ^ Original local chapter name was the Embarcadero Club, which petitioned Phi Sigma Kappa for membership in both 1920 and 1922. Address in 1966: 564 Mayfield Ave, Stanford, CA 94305.
  65. ^ In 1925 this chapter formed from a local called Omega Beta Sigma. Xi Deuteron Chapter address in 1966: 1800 Fraternity Park Drive, Knoxville, TN. Address in 2014: c/o Dale Akins, 10433 Hickory Path Way, Knoxville, TN 37922. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Xi Deuteron Alumni Assn of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  66. ^ "Omicron Deuteron Re-Chartered at Alabama", The Signet, Indianapolis, IN: Grand Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa & the Phi Sigma Kappa Foundation, LXXXXVIII (3), p. 3, Summer 2007 
  67. ^ Craig, Jr., J. T.; Lyons, T. Scott; Massey, James B.; Tortorici, Frank, Omicron Deuteron Chapter History, retrieved 12 December 2013 
  68. ^ In 1925 this chapter formed from a local called Phi Tau Omega. Physical address in 2015: 501 Jefferson Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL. Mailing address: 1130 University Blvd, Suite B9, PMB 419, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, 205-348-5483. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Omicron Deuteron Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  69. ^ a b Grand Council Approves Two Charters, November 25, 2013, retrieved 16 December 2013 
  70. ^ Blog post: Pi Deuteron Returns to Campus, announcing Pi Deuteron's chartering March 22, 2014
  71. ^ In 1924 this chapter formed from a local called Pi Alpha Chi. Address in 1966: 43 East 15th Avenue, Columbus, OH.
  72. ^ Rho Deuteron Chapter address in 2014: 343 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325, 717-337-7775. The PSK-Druid Alumni Assn.'s website, accessed 14 July 2016, notes that Rho Deuteron began as a local fraternity, the Druids, which formed in 1897. The chapter is currently suspended, but the alumni retain their property with year-by-year rentals, and with HQ they plan to recolonize in 2019-2020.
  73. ^ In 1925 this chapter formed from a local called Silver Lynx.
  74. ^ This chapter formed from a local called Delta Chi Rho.
  75. ^ This chapter formed from a local called Theta Rho.
  76. ^ In 1926 this chapter formed from a local called Chi Sigma Alpha. Phi Deuteron Chapter address in 2014: 439 Huguelet Drive, Lexington, KY 40508, 270-925-1305. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Phi Deuteron Chapter of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  77. ^ In 1926, this chapter formed from a local called Beta Chi Alpha. Address in 1966: 1607 Opal, Pullman, WA.
  78. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Chi Deuteron Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  79. ^ In 1926 this chapter formed from a local called Lambda Psi. Address in 1966: 1433 Patterson, Eugene, OR.
  80. ^ Originating as a local chapter named Pi Sigma Epsilon in "about 1920," this chapter became one of the three that constituted Phi Sigma Epsilon when it became a national order in 1927. Beta Epsilon Chapter address in 2014: 1710 S Broadway St, Pittsburg, KS 66762. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Beta Epsilon Alumni Corp. See HQ for contact info.
  81. ^ Originating as a local chapter named Sigma Gamma Tau in 1924, this chapter became one of the three that constituted Phi Sigma Epsilon when it became a national order in 1927. Gamma Epsilon Chapter address in 2014: 1311 South Florence, Kirksville, MO 63501, 660-665-6705. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Gamma Epsilon Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  82. ^ Origination of this chapter was the local, Phi Alpha Mu. Omega Deuteron Chapter address in 2014: 938 W 28th Apt. 3, Los Angeles, CA 90007, 213-745-8609. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Signet Circle Corporation. See HQ for contact info.
  83. ^ Origination of this chapter was a local called Gamma Psi.
  84. ^ Origination of this chapter was from a local called Alpha Theta Alpha.
  85. ^ Gamma Triton History, retrieved 24 September 2013 
  86. ^ Origination of this chapter in 1929 was from a local called the Hermes Club. Gamma Triton Chapter address in 2014: 1400 Greene Street, Room 044, Columbia, SC 29225, 803-920-6992
  87. ^ Fraternity Chapter is Dissolved, Nude Coed Was Chained to Stairs, November 6, 1986, retrieved 15 September 2013 
  88. ^ Originating in 1928 as a pseudo-Beta chapter of local group Delta Lambda Sigma at Indiana State Teachers College in Terre Haute, this chapter shifted its attention to become the fourth unit of Phi Sigma Epsilon soon after that new national fraternity had been created.
  89. ^ Originated as a local named Kappa Phi Kappa, not to be confused with the professional education fraternity of that same name. Epsilon Epsilon Chapter address in 2014: 612 N Grand Avenue #16, Tahlequah, OK 74464, 918-207-8309
  90. ^ Originated from a local called the Agathon Club. Delta Triton Chapter address in 2014: 302 Waldron Street, West Lafayette, IN 47906. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Delta Triton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  91. ^ Originated as a local society called the Omigos.
  92. ^ Originated in 1889 as a local chapter called Sigma Mu Delta, not to be confused with the pre-med professional fraternity of that same name, founded over a century later.
  93. ^ Originated in 1929 as a local chapter called Phi Kappa Alpha, not to be confused with locals at Freed-Hardeman University in TN nor at Hope College in MI. Epsilon Iota Chapter address in 2014: Fraternity Complex Unit B, South Holden Street, Warrensburg, MO 64093, 660-543-8255. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Epsilon Iota Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  94. ^ Baumann, Mike, "Phi Sigma Chi changes perceptions of Greek life", The Pointer Online, retrieved 12 December 2008 
  95. ^ Originated in 1917 as a local named Phi Lambda Phi. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK/Epsilon Kappa Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  96. ^ Originated as a local, first named Chi Delta and then as Mu Sigma Chi, before joining Phi Sigma Epsilon. ''Epsilon Lambda Chapter address in 2014: 128 North Normal, Ypsilanti, MI 48197. This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: Epsilon Lambda Alumni Chapter, in honor of the older of the two groups that led to its formation. See HQ for contact info.
  97. ^ Epsilon Mu Re-Chartered, April 29, 2002, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  98. ^ 424 Augusta Avenue, Conway, AR 72034
  99. ^ Originating as a local society called The Owls then a local chapter called Phi Beta Rho (no connection with the fraternity in the Philippines of that same name), the campus Dean of Men suggested they nationalize, referring the chapter to join Phi Sigma Epsilon.
  100. ^ Origination of this chapter was from a local called Phi Beta Zeta. Epsilon Triton Chapter address in 2014: Mary Graydon Center 271, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016, 610-389-4574. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alumni Club of Epsilon Triton. See HQ for contact info.
  101. ^ Originated as a local, named Sigma Mu Delta, before joining Phi Sigma Epsilon.Epsilon Nu Chapter address in 2014: 940 College Avenue, Maryville, MO 64468, 660-562-6940. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: Epsilon Nu-Phi Sigma Kappa, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  102. ^ Origination of this chapter was from a local called Beta Sigma.
  103. ^ Originated in 1934 as a local named the Senate Social Club, later changing its name to Gamma Phi (no relation to the national sorority of the same name.)
  104. ^ a b It appears that, at the time of the Merger, the chapter at Wayne State University of Detroit was simply forgotten in the lists, probably because of confusion with the similarly-named Wayne State College of Nebraska. The chapter is missing in Hills and a Star editions through 2013, missing from Baird's Manual, and only found in the chapter list on pg.250 of All the Phi Sigs. On p.255 ATPS notes Omicron's (Epsilon Omicron's) charter at Wayne State University was "revoked", clarified on p194 that this occurred in November of 1952 (possibly in November 1953). This Michigan group had originated as a local in 1922 named The Cheese Gang, later changing its name to Chega. As to the chapter at Wayne State College, while it had chartered in 1969, records are unclear as to its closing year.
  105. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Club of Akron. See HQ for contact info.
  106. ^ Epsilon Pi Closed, January 21, 2003, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  107. ^ Originated specifically as a group aiming to join Phi Sigma Epsilon.
  108. ^ Originated with encouragement from the Dean of Men, who had similarly encouraged formation of the Mu chapter at Conway, AR while posted there. This chapter's alumni club is organized as the Epsilon Rho Alumni Assn of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  109. ^ Originating as a local formed in 1945 named Alpha Delta Chi (no relation to the national Christian sorority of the same name), it became Sigma of Phi Sigma Epsilon two years later. See Pi Pentaton Chapter address in 2014: 1300 Blackhawk Road, DeKalb, IL 60115, 815-977-7560 x20. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alumni Assn. of Northern IL. See HQ for contact info.
  110. ^ Originating as a local formed in 1922 named Delta Phi Sigma, it became Tau of Phi Sigma Epsilon.Epsilon Tau Chapter address in 2014: 904 West Riverside Ave., Muncie, IN 47303. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSE Alumni Club of PSK, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  111. ^ a b c Originated from a local chapter that had closed during WWII, Need local name supported by members of nearby chapters.
  112. ^ Originated from a local chapter, Need local name, supported by members of Omega at Cal and Nu Deuteron at Stanford. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Xi Triton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  113. ^ a b Originated from a local chapter, Need local name supported by members of Omega at Cal and Nu Deuteron at Stanford.
  114. ^ Sigma Triton Re-Chartered at Indiana, December 6, 2001, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  115. ^ Sigma Triton Chapter address in 2014: 702 E. 3rd St., Bloomington, IN 47404. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Sigma Triton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  116. ^ Epsilon Phi Chapter address in 2014: 2937 N Oakland Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53211. This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the PSK-Epsilon Phi Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  117. ^ Originated from a local club formed for the express purpose of pursuing a national fraternity affiliation, Need local name supported by members of nearby chapters.
  118. ^ This was the first fraternity of any national fraternity on the campus, supported by members of nearby chapters.
  119. ^ This was Phi Sigma Kappa's first chapter in Arizona, and was the fourth oldest on campus, formed within a year of the oldest chapter there and supported by members of nearby ΦΣΚ chapters.
  120. ^ Psi Triton Chapter address in 2014: 704 S Main St, Geneva, NY 14456. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: Psi Triton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  121. ^ Beta Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 216 East Main Street, Kent, Ohio 44240, 330-673-9370. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Beta Tetarton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  122. ^ Gamma Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 316 Congress St. Troy, NY 12180-4224. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Gamma Tetarton Alumni PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  123. ^ History of Greek Life at SUNY Geneseo, 2006, archived from the original on 7 April 2008, retrieved 12 December 2008 
  124. ^ a b Early in 1954, the courts upheld NY State University System's decision to ban national fraternities. Thus Phi Sigma Epsilon's Chi (Epsilon Chi) and Psi (Epsilon Psi) were placed in inactive status, with Psi never recovering.
  125. ^ The History of Delta Tetarton, retrieved 17 December 2008 
  126. ^ Ryan Budke; Expansion Coordinator (1 April 2014), The Signet, Colony News section, retrieved 7 April 2014 
  127. ^ Delta Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 2407 NW 13th Pl, Gainesville, FL 32605, 352-380-0949. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Delta Tetarton Alumni Association. See HQ for contact info.
  128. ^ History of Omega Chapter, retrieved 17 December 2008 
  129. ^ Originated in 1949 as a local known as Zeta Sigma.
  130. ^ This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the Chi Tet-PSK Housing Corp. See HQ for contact info.
  131. ^ Originating in 1949 as The Social Order of the Bearcats, this local fraternity adopted the name Sigma Beta Chi in 1950. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Rider PSK Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  132. ^ Originated in 1955 as a local named Lambda Xi Epsilon.
  133. ^ Kappa Tetarton Re-Chartered, April 12, 2003, retrieved 24 September 2013 
  134. ^ Kappa Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 609 S Poplar St., Carbondale, IL 62901. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Kappa Tetarton Alumni Assn of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  135. ^ This chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon formed through the efforts of transferred members of the fraternity. This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the PSK Assn of Illinois. See HQ for contact info.
  136. ^ Nu Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 38 Sicard St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, 848-391-4522. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Nu Tetarton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  137. ^ a b This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Nu Pentaton Area Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  138. ^ Twelve years after the PSK/PSE merger, this schismatic chapter finally broke ties with Phi Sigma Phi, a small breakaway group that had formed from a few non-merging chapters, according to their website accessed 27 January 2016. They explain that in 1997, 26 active brothers of the Phi Kappa Chapter left Phi Sigma Phi and petitioned for a charter to become the Beta Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi (NIC) national fraternity in 1998. At the time, Phi Sigma Phi was not an NIC fraternity. (Phi Sigma Phi joined the NIC soon after; The NIC prohibits such 'poaching' of whole chapters.)
  139. ^ Originated in 1924 as a local named Theta Pi.
  140. ^ Phi Theta Chapter address in 2014: 1871 Old Main Dr. CUB 236- Greek Life Office-PSK, Shippensburg, PA 17257. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Phi Theta Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  141. ^ Originated in 1931 as a local chapter named Theta Sigma Chi.
  142. ^ Sigma Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: Greek Life Office Attn: Phi Sigma Kappa, 3410 Taft Blvd, Wichita Falls, TX 76308, 940-636-7569
  143. ^ Tau Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 102 Hurt Street, Martin, TN 38237, 731-587-9597. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Tau Tetarton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  144. ^ Upsilon Tetarton website, accessed 16 March 2014
  145. ^ a b Two New Colonies Added to the Brotherhood, 5 December 2012, retrieved 17 December 2013 
  146. ^ Upsilon Tetarton Returns to Campus, 17 March 2014, retrieved 19 March 2014 
  147. ^ Originated from a local chapter called Sigma Theta Gamma. Upsilon Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 1 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623, 585-758-3818. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Sigma Theta Gamma Corp., (Ups Tet), in honor of their original local. See HQ for contact info.
  148. ^ Origination of this chapter came out of a 102-year old literary society called Rhizomia, which later had been named Rho Lambda Phi. Alumni from the group continue to meet annually.
  149. ^ Chi Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 2927 West Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008, 586-557-3772. This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the Chi Tet-PSK Housing Corp. See HQ for contact info.
  150. ^ Chi Tetarton Twitter link
  151. ^ Originated from a 55-year old local chapter, Need local name supported by members of ΦΣΚ chapters within Pennsylvania.
  152. ^ Omega Tetarton Chapter address in 2014: 2354 Highbury Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90032, 323-276-3901. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Omega Tetarton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  153. ^ Phi Nu Chapter address in 2014: 40 Clinton St., Mansfield, PA 16933. This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the Phi Nu / Tau Pentaton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  154. ^ Originated in 1951 as a chapter of Kappa Nu, a small national fraternity that merged with Phi Epsilon Pi in 1961. As both Kappa Nu and an older chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi were present on the Cornell campus, the two groups did not merge, and once released, in 1962, the unnamed Kappa Nu chapter sought membership into Phi Sigma Epsilon, becoming its Phi Tau chapter. (Eventually, Phi Epsilon Pi itself became part of Zeta Beta Tau.) 24 years later, this same chapter faced an almost identical situation, when its new national was merging with another fraternity, Phi Sigma Kappa, who likewise had an older chapter on the Cornell campus. (This was the only campus where both Phi Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma Epsilon had active chapters.) Thus in both 1961 and in 1985, the group was faced with a merger into another campus group or to disband. They chose to seek membership in Theta Chi, which, according to campus news reports accessed 14 Jun 2017, had in 1983 closed its chapter on that campus. To put a postscript on it, later, Theta Chi again closed in 1999, while a brief, 2003 attempt to re-start the chapter was unsuccessful.
  155. ^ The Gamma Chapter alumni club is organized as: the Gamma Chapter House Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  156. ^ Beta Pentaton Re-Chartered, 26 November 2003, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  157. ^ Beta Pentaton Chapter address in 2014: 91 Analomink Street, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301, 570-269-8219. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Pocono Mountain Area Alumni Club, see HQ for contact info.
  158. ^ Originated in 1961 as a local named Omega Chi Epsilon, about a year before induction into Phi Sigma Epsilon. Not to be confused with the Chemical Engineering honors society of the same name.
  159. ^ Originated from a 39-year old local chapter, Need local name supported by members of ΦΣΚ chapters in the Northeast.
  160. ^ Phi Upsilon Chapter address in 2014: 607 Union Street, Valparaiso, IN 46383, 219-462-8692. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Phi Upsilon Alumni Chapter, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  161. ^ Grand Council Closes Zeta Pentaton, August 23, 2013, retrieved 11 September 2013 
  162. ^ Chartered April 22–23, 2016, per national newsletter, the Sig-Net, April 2016 issue.
  163. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Indiana Area Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  164. ^ Originated in 1925 as a local named the Periclean Club.
  165. ^ Iota Pentaton Chapter address in 2014: 2125 Teri Place, Fullerton, CA 92831, 714-906-9634
  166. ^ Kappa Pentaton Returns, May 3, 2004, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  167. ^ Kappa Pentaton Chapter address in 2014: 6547 Cordoba Road #14, Isla Vista, CA 93117
  168. ^ Santa Barbara chapter closes in early 2015, according to news reports, accessed 17 July 2016.
  169. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Kappa Pentaton Alumni Assn., see HQ for contact info.
  170. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Phi Sig Alumni Assn of FSU. See HQ for contact info.
  171. ^ This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the PSK-Epsilon Phi Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  172. ^ Originated from "a particularly close-knit local," need local name, and closed for the first time due to counterculture unrest in 1970.
  173. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alumni Assn. of Northern IL. See HQ for contact info.
  174. ^ This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: the Phi Nu / Tau Pentaton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  175. ^ Sigma Epsilon Chapter address in 2014: 118 Oak St, Big Rapids, MI 49307, 231-527-7751. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Phi Sig Alumni Assn of FSU. See HQ for contact info.
  176. ^ This chapter's combined alumni club is organized as: Epsilon Lambda Alumni Chapter. See HQ for contact info.
  177. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Psi Pentaton/Memphis Area PSK Club. See HQ for contact info.
  178. ^ Originated from a local chapter, need local name, which reverted to local status before closing in 1973-era student unrest.
  179. ^ Originated in 1967 as a local chapter, unnamed.
  180. ^ Gamma Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: 211 Sewickley Heights Dr, Sewickley, PA 15143, 814-504-9230. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Gamma Hexaton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  181. ^ Sigma Tau Chapter address in 2014: 4525 Downs Drive, St. Joseph, MO 64507, 816-676-0692.
  182. ^ Epsilon Hexaton Re-chartered at Virginia Tech, March 19, 2007, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  183. ^ Epsilon Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: 600 S. Main, Blacksburg, VA 24060. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Epsilon Hexaton Alumni Foundation. See HQ for contact info.
  184. ^ Eta Hexaton Re-Chartered at Dayton, August 11, 2001, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  185. ^ Eta Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: 225 Kiefaber, Dayton, OH 45409, 937-627-4795. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK Alumni Club of Dayton. See HQ for contact info.
  186. ^ Iota Hexaton chapter lost recognition on campus in 1994, but may have lingered sub rosa, without further legal relationship with Phi Sigma Kappa. Last likely graduation dates for former members were 1998-2000 range.
  187. ^ Kappa Hexaton Chapter address in 2013: 421 North Woodland Blvd, Unit 8245, Deland, FL 32723, 239-565-5455. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Kappa Hexaton Alumni. See HQ for contact info.
  188. ^ Mu Hexaton Returns to Radford, 27 February 2007, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  189. ^ Mu Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: 1315 Grove Ave., Radford, VA 24141. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Mu Hexaton Alumni Foundation, Inc. See HQ for contact info.
  190. ^ Originated from a "long-time local" chapter, need local name, with support of nearby chapters.
  191. ^ 419 S Leroux St., Flagstaff, AZ 86001, 415-497-9286
  192. ^ Upsilon Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: Student Activities/FDU, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940
  193. ^ Phi Hexaton Chapter address in 2014: 8000 York Road, Box 4140, Towson, MD 21252
  194. ^ Beta Septaton Chapter address in 2014: 447 West College Ave., Tallahassee, FL 32303. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Beta Septaton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  195. ^ Zeta Septaton (Johnson and Wales University) Set to Charter, February 21, 2013, retrieved 17 December 2013 
  196. ^ Address in 2013: 232 Weybosset Street, Providence, RI 02903.
  197. ^ Eta Septaton Chapter address in 2014: 1230 Monte Vista Place #2, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, 650-922-0096. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Eta Septaton Alumni Club of PSK. See HQ for contact info.
  198. ^ According to CNN news, an active Penn State-Altoona member committed suicide while home on Spring Break in early 2014; allegations that he had earlier been hazed are being investigated, and the chapter was under suspension, and is currently closed.
  199. ^ Chapter website, accessed 25 March, 2014
  200. ^ The chapter's university page, accessed 8 April 2014
  201. ^ Iota Septaton Chapter address in 2014: c/o Bill Neugebauer, 129 East 24th Ave., Altoona, PA 16601
  202. ^ Kappa Septaton, 14 February 2011, retrieved 7 August 2011 
  203. ^ Lambda Septaton Chapter address in 2014: Phi Sigma Kappa-Modesto A. Maidique Campus, 11200 S.W. 8th Street, GC 211, Miami, FL 33199
  204. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Mu Septaton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  205. ^ This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the PSK-Nu Septaton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  206. ^ Xi Septaton Chapter address in 2014: George Mason University Greek Life Office, 4400 University Dr., MS 2D6, Fairfax, VA 22030, 757-270-1952. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Xi Septaton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  207. ^ Omicron Septaton Chapter address in 2014: Corr Hall, 800 E. Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19805-1695, 609-238-0662
  208. ^ Sigma Septaton Closed at Delaware Valley, December 9, 2003, retrieved 11 December 2008 
  209. ^ Tau Septaton Chapter address in 2014: 94 E 14th St, Holland, MI 49423, 616-395-6394. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Tau Septaton Alumni Assn. See HQ for contact info.
  210. ^ Upsilon Septaton Chapter address in 2014: 1022 Harts Cove Way, Seneca, SC 29678
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  212. ^ Phi Septaton Chapter address in 2014: University Center Room 110, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530-0701
  213. ^ Grand Council Closes Chi Septaton, June 4, 2010, retrieved 11 August 2010 
  214. ^ 2016 chartering occurred April 1–2, 2016 per national newsletter, the Sig-Net, April 2016 issue.
  215. ^ Valdosta State Colony Becomes Psi Septaton, February 8, 2010, retrieved 14 February 2010 
  216. ^ Psi Septaton Chapter address in 2014: 112 W Moore St, Valdosta, GA 31601. This chapter's alumni club is organized as: the Psi Septaton Alumni Club. See HQ for contact info.
  217. ^ 140 Toomer St., Auburn, AL 36831
  218. ^ Alpha Octaton Chapter address in 2014: 281 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Newark, NJ 07103
  219. ^ Beta Octaton Chapter was installed 20 September 2014.
  220. ^ Beta Octaton Chapter address in 2014: UNC Charlotte Greek Life Office, Cone Center Room 382, 9201 University City Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28223
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