Why Start a Chapter?
Starting a Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your college career. You will have opportunities to work hand-in-hand with others, make lasting friendships, sharpen your leadership skills and create a legacy on your campus for future students.
The chartering of the Eta Beta Chapter of the University of Alabama- Birmingham. This could be you!
Admittedly, creating a Chapter takes commitment, enthusiasm, persistence, and dedication to build a strong Chapter. Like most things in life, the more you put into something the more you will get out of it. Phi Sigma Pi will provide you with ongoing support throughout this journey and together we will work to ensure a successful new Chapter start-up.
Advantages of Starting a Phi Sigma Pi Chapter
As a Founding Member, you have a much greater ability to shape what the Chapter does and how it operates. You will be in a position to immediately affect the direction of this new group and help pour the foundation for a strong, meaningful and rewarding Phi Sigma Pi experience on your campus for years to come.
You will influence the lives of countless individuals, far exceeding those you will ever meet personally, by giving them the opportunity to be part of such a unique and rewarding Fraternity.
You will apply your entrepreneurial spirit.
You will make an immediate impact! Starting your own Chapter means that you can shape the organization as you see fit through leadership roles. Our goal is to build an award-winning Phi Sigma Pi Chapter at your school.
You will be invited to attend National Conference to receive your Chapter's charter during the annual National Awards Banquet.
You will access Phi Sigma Pi's nationally award-winning Leadership in Action training and certification
You will be honored with the title of "Founding Member" for a new Chapter.
Top Targets for 2017-2018
The following are the schools Phi Sigma Pi is pursuing for the 2015-2016 academic year. If you know someone on the following campuses that would help in the Colonizing of a Chapter please fill out this form.
- Gettysburg College
- La Salle University
- Lynchburg College
- Reinhardt University
- Rowan University
- Susquehanna University
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- University of the Sciences
Additional opportunities to assist with expansion include participating as an Expansion and Colony Advisor. The position is for Alumni Members interested in assisting with recruiting Colony Members and supporting Colony Members through the Expansion and Colonization Program Expansion & Colony Advisors also share what it means to be a Member of Phi Sigma Pi. Visit the volunteer page for more information on the responsibilities and time commitment needed for the position.