President: Ryan Mauceri
Academic Advisor: Dr. Timothy Menta
Spiritual Advisor: Mr. Paul Girardi
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Phi Kappa Theta FraternityPennsylvania Tau ChapterChartered 1949 / Re-chartered 2007
Motto: Give, Expecting Nothing Thereof
Philanthropies: Children’s Miracle Network, Movember
Chapter GPA: 3.02 (S18)
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In the late 1880’s, a group of catholic students at Brown University in Rhode island organized themselves as a social fraternity, based on the fellowship of faith. Their first name was Phi Kappa Sigma, taking the Greek equivalent of the initials of "Fraternity of Catholic Students”. (The Sigma was subsequently dropped) With the help of local alumni, businessmen and a receptive college administration, the group thrived. It decided to become a national fraternity and admitted the Loyola Club of the U. of Illinois as the Beta chapter. Their first convention was in 1914. The first magazine, the Yippa-Yappa of Phi Kappa, was published in 1916. By 1930 they had 24 chapters linked under their motto, "Loyalty to God and College”. After several revisions, their coat of arms and initiation ceremony were standardized by then. Both a real estate holding company and an educational foundation were established in 1954.
Mission: Phi Kappa Theta actively develops men to be effective leaders who passionately serve, society, Fraternity and God.
Vision: Phi Kappa Theta will be known as the premier human development organization inspiring confidence through life experiences.
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