Phi Kappa Psi

Ohio Theta Chapter

The Ashland University chapter of Phi Kappa Psi focuses on philanthropy and raising money for their national charity, The Boys and Girls Club of America. This past year, the chapter reached one of the greatest totals that had ever been seen from their annual risk management and philanthriopy event the "Rootbeer Pong Tournament".   Additionally, Phi Psi began to put a significant focus on the amount of service hours that the brothers completed as a chapter. Through this focus, the chapter excitement toward philanthropy continues to grow.

The gentlemen in Phi Kappa Psi find success living toward their creed of becoming “a brotherhood of honorable men, courteous and cultured, who pledge throughout their lives to be generous, compassionate and loyal comrades.”

Campus Programs & Philanthropy Events

Root Beer Pong Philanthropy Tournament
"Kick it for Kids" Soccer Shootout Philanthropy Tournament
Super Bowl Party

Awards & Honors 2012-2013

Ashland University Greek Honors

Most Improved Fraternity
Outstanding Community Service Program
Individual Involvement Award
Emerging Leader, Ed Hunt
Outstanding Advisor, Dr. Christopher Burkett
Outstanding IFC Officer, Christopher Dolbow

 

Contact Phi Kappa Psi

President: Sam Postell spostell@ashland.edu

Quick Facts

Nickname: Phi Psi

Colors: Cardinal Red & Hunter Green

Philanthropy: The Boys & Girls Club of America

Founded: February 19, 1852 at Jefferson College

Installed at Ashland University: April 16, 1966

Open Motto: “United by friendship, sustained by honor and led by truth, we live and flourish.”

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