Phi Sigma Kappa at Auburn


The Omega Septaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was brought to Auburn University’s campus on November 20, 2010, and has since expanded into a brotherhood of 60+ active members and a growing alumni network. Since its founding on March 15, 1873, Phi Sigma Kappa chapters have been devoted to living by three Cardinal Principles: the promotion of brotherhood, the stimulation of scholarship, and the development of character. Brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa have a lifelong bond of true fraternity.


Our second Cardinal Principle, the stimulation of scholarship, is carried out every day by brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa who study a wide variety of fields at Auburn, including but not limited to business, engineering, and building science. Our overall chapter GPA was last recorded as a 3.50. Men of Phi Sigma Kappa understand the importance of school in preparation for entering the workforce, making it a top priority of our chapter.


Our third Cardinal Principle, the development of character, is another main priority of Omega Septaton. The international service project of Phi Sigma Kappa is Special Olympics International, and our chapter practices this in Auburn with Lee County Special Olympics. Brothers understand the importance of bettering the community around them, and practicing with Lee County Special Olympics is a great opportunity to serve. On campus, we are involved in numerous organizations including service groups, athletics, club athletics, intramural athletics, academic organizations, cooperative education programs, and more.