Phi Sigma Kappa FSU Spring Rush 2016

About Phi Sigma Kappa

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Welcome to the Beta Septaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa (Phi Sig) at Florida State University is conveniently located on campus at 447 West College Avenue, just down the street from the monumental Westcott Fountain, and next door to Tallahassee’s famous Potbelly’s & The Painted Lady — Providing easy convenience to and from class.

Our on–campus location allows our Phi Sig brothers to easily walk to class, while being just blocks away from several of the Seminole Express bus routes, surrounded by ample parking and student dining. as well a variety of local restaurants and other campus hot spots. We are neighbors to many of our fellow FSU social fraternities & sororities, and an active part of the FSU greek scene.

Founded in 1989, Phi Sig sets the standard of what it means to be a gentleman and a Seminole. Our fraternity is based upon our Cardinal Principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship and Character, and it is through our dedication and integrity that we continue  to strive and excel as a brotherhood. DAMN PROUD!

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FSU Executive Board & Chairs

+*-Phi Sigma Kappa Executive Board President: Austin Burch (904) 728-6493 External Vice President: Tyler Griffiths (321) 298-2624 Internal Vice President: Bryan Hindin (561) 617-3231 Treasurer: Federico Artizibal (305) 903-5101 Secretary: Max Provost (941) 961-5702 Inductor: Bito Pimenta (954) 707-3127 Sentinel: Shane Carpenter (412) 378-4111 …

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The Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity House at FSU

FSU Phi Sigma Kappa House

+*-  The Beta Septaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa (Phi Sig) at Florida State University currently has two on-campus houses, conveniently located at 425 West College Avenue and 312 Lorene Street. 425 is just down the street from the monumental …

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Phi Sigma Kappa History

+*-Want to know more about Phi Sigma Kappa? Check out our rich Phi Sig history… Phi Sigma Kappa National History   | FSU Beta Septaton Chapter History

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