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!

Payton

Payton Sinkbeil, Recruitment Advisor, pksi224@g.uky.edu
I am a Junior at UK. I am majoring in Political Science and minoring in Criminology and Psychology. I am from Pottstown, PA which is less than an hour outside of Philadelphia. My favorite Phi Sigma Pi memory is playing JackBox during my Recruitment and feeling a sense of relief to find such a small caring community within such a massive university. Students should join Phi Sigma Pi because it's a great way to get involved and find a role of leadership, if seeking one. More importantly, Phi Sigma Pi is an academic support system, a group of lifelong friends, and a family away from home.

   
Hunter

Hunter Mulloy, Public Relations Chair, hamu225@uky.edu
I am a Fourth year Chemistry major from Louisville, KY. My favorite memory of Phi Sigma Pi would be my Recruitment event week where I joined the Fraternity. I loved the people and the connections I made that week. I think students should join because this organization not only provides a Brotherhood in a critical time of people's lives but they also help bring you out of your shell and thrive in the world.