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2018 Ut Prosim Legacy Award Winner
The Epsilon Hexaton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was pleased to accept the UT Prosim legacy award for outstanding service at the FSL awards.
Additionally, Brother Connor Mullin was awarded outstanding community leader. Brother Samuel Oxley was awarded outstanding president of the year. Finally, Jake Gaddis received outstanding Fraternity man of the year. Damn Proud of the chapter and of these men!
Fall 2016 Delta Omega Pledge Class
Check out this awesome video our brother Michael Hanson put together back in Fall 2016 to get a glimpse of what the pledging experience is like! He decided to document some of his interviews with the Delta Omega pledge class!
Phi Sigma Kappa - Virginia Tech - Epsilon Hexaton Chapter
Originally chartered in May 1972, the Epsilon Hexaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa has been focused on building better men while making an impact on our community and in the lives of those around us. We do not take the responsibility of self-improvement lightly and that is emphasized and embodied by out three cardinal principles: Promote Brotherhood, Stimulate Scholarship, and Develop Character. Phi Sigma Kappa is known throughout the Virginia Tech campus as well as the New River Valley for it's leadership and service. Our brothers care about making a positive impact on our community and that is demonstrated through the executive and committee positions that are held in campus organizations like The Big Event, Relay for Life, The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Hokie Ambassadors, Hokie Camp and SAA to name a few. Looking to join our brotherhood and be a part of a legacy of great men? Click Here
2015-16 Phi Sigma Kappa Chapter of the Year
We're DAMN PROUD to receive our 5th Herbert L. Brown Outstanding Chapter Award! Big thanks to the four outstanding brothers that represented us at the 2016 Shonk Undergraduate Leadership School.
Pictured left to right:
Council Director Adam Umbrasas, Hayden Hovis, Ryan Scott, Grand President Scott Jacobson, Tyler Batt, Jake Gaddis, Council Director Todd Simpson