Phi Sigma Pi is recruiting achievers that are passionate about developing as leaders and improving humanity through scholarship, leadership and fellowship. Does that sound like you? You're invited to meet our Members and learn about the process of joining Phi Sigma Pi at one of our upcoming events!

Kyra Lisse

Tegan Baldini, Recruitment Advisor,
Hi everyone! My name is Tegan Baldini, and I am a junior at Franklin & Marshall College from Philadelphia, PA. I have a double major in English Literature and Anthropology, and I joined Phi Sigma Pin in the Fall semester of my sophomore year! Phi Sigma Pi has given me a community of like-minded Members who are also incredibly diverse. We range from humanities majors to STEM majors and everyone in between, yet we are connected in our love for scholarship, our desire for leadership, and the joy we find in fellowship with one another. 

My favorite Campus-Wide Chapter Event is one we did right at the end of Fall semester, Smart Cookies. Since there are no late-night cookie joints around campus, our Chapter sold cookies and hot chocolate packets to be distributed on the night before finals began. Students could send cookies to their friends' dorms and apartments with encouraging notes written on the bags. It was such a fun way to engage with the campus community, and I especially loved running around campus with my fellow bros to deliver cookies! 

I hope you will attend our Recruitment so they can experience the supportive community and intellectual enrichment that PSP has to offer. We uphold each other and learn from one another, and PSP is just a fantastic group of people to be involved with on campus. 



Robyn Seidman, Recruitment Advisor,
Hi! My name is Robyn Seidman and I am from Lawrenceville, NJ. I am a senior at F&M majoring in Psychology and minoring in Spanish on the track to become a Physical Therapist. Phi Sigma Pi has given me so many friendships that are going to last a lifetime! The diverse interests and majors within the organization have allowed me to explore and learn so many new things. My favorite event to be a part of was Smart Cookies. As a Chapter we were able to make late night cookie deliveries all over campus which gave us the opportunity to put smiles on many students faces. It was also a great bonding experience with the Members! I hope you attend Recruitment because you will be able to engage with a fun group of individuals and make lifelong friendships while also gaining more experience and skills in leadership, service, and fellowship!