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By these things we stand.

We are the Kappa Deuteron chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa, a national fraternity with 74 active chapters across North America. Since our chapter’s founding in 1923, we have enjoyed a rich brotherhood that has helped develop great men such as John F. Brock and Robert Wolfe. Our brothers strive to better themselves as men every day and embody the principles of brotherhood, scholarship, and character in our academics, philanthropy, and extracurricular involvements.

RECIPIENT OF THE HERBERT L. BROWN OUTSTANDING CHAPTER OF THE YEAR AWARD

When I came into Georgia Tech, I had no intention of joining a Greek organization. After going out to rush out of curiosity, and receiving a bid at Phi Sig, I decided to take a leap of faith and join. I sometimes look back and wonder what my college experience would have looked like had I not made that leap of faith, and I can say confidently that this Fraternity has made an incredible impact on my time at Tech.

Joining Phi Sigma Kappa is the experience of a lifetime; the cardinal principles of brotherhood, scholarship and character have become such a strong part of who I am, and I wouldn’t be who I am today without it. Since I took that leap of faith during my freshman year, I’ve never looked back.

- Ethan Cain

CHAPTER PRESIDENT



Address

825 Techwood Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313 


Contacts

President Ethan Cain
Email: psk.kd.cain@gmail.com
Phone: 404-353-0333



Links

Scholarship Application
National Organization Webpage 
Georgia Tech IFC Webpage



Recruitment Chair Tyler Holt 
Email: psk.kd.holt@gmail.com
Phone: 678-603-8233