Brotherhood

Phi Psi’s Brotherhood Committee strives to maintain the connections that our brothers have towards each other. When looking for a brother we look for the ideals of this fraternity, which is based off a strong connection with our community, our university, and our fellow brothers. Phi Kappa Psi has a strong and rich brotherhood that keeps us held high on an academic, philanthropic, and personal level. Throughout the year we come together for events that help enhance our brotherhood. In the fall we get together for a brotherhood Secret Santa gift exchange which is directly followed by Christmas caroling to the sororities that give us the time to laugh and be merry. During Winter Term we have our annual Brostock event, a house wide campus cleanup in which we clean our community with park and street clean-ups, which then leads to a gathering at the chapter house for quality brotherhood time, including an all-house dinner. In the spring we retreat to the woods, having a house wide camping trip to Hand lake in the Deschutes National forest. In Phi Kappa Psi, we pride ourselves with the strength of our brotherhood to connect on a very big level. Our chapter is not just a brotherhood, or courteous and cultured men, but we are truly a family away from home. 

A big part of Phi Kappa Psi here at Oregon State University and nationwide is our ability to work as a group to grow into generous, compassionate, and loyal comrades, brothers and active members in our community.  Not only do we strive to be better people everyday, we strive to live by the creed and to be a better phi psi each day. Being a part of Oregon State University we follow their Human Worth and Dignity statement which is "We recognize, understand and encourage celebration of the human differences that surround us and ask you to participate in fostering this spirit.  Expression of bigotry, hatred, prejudice or disrespect is inconsistent with the ideals of preserving human dignity and contradicts the values of healthful living and fair play promoted by Oregon State University."