Men of Honor Since 1850 - Phi Kappa Sigma was established in 1850 and has always enforced the idea of "Men of Honor"
Brothers, Friends of Alpha Nu, At this time all classes at Georgia Tech have been moved on-line and the students will not be returning to campus for the remainder of this semester and possibly through the summer semester. There is good news provided that Tech opens up in the Fall, the house is fully occupied for Fall Semester and there is actually a waiting list to get in. I understand at this time that many of you may be in a similar situation where you may not be able to help but if you are able to help it would be greatly appreciated. Housing Corp has set a goal to raise $20,000 to cover Operating expenses until things return to normal. If you are able to donate to Housing Corp it is easy to do so via our PayPal account located on the Home Page. You can also send donations directly to the House at 783 Techwood Dr, Atlanta, Ga 30313. Several Alums have set up small monthly recurring donations via PayPal and those are also very much appreciated. Regards, Alpha Nu Housing Corporation
Brothers are chosen based on the worth of their character, not their religion, race, or wealth
Phi Kappa Sigma is a lifelong commitment not limited to college years
Latin for "equal to the stars in endurance", this motto honors the many tribulations Phi Kappa Sigma has survived, and its determination to overcome future challenges
Phi Kappa Sigma was established in 1850 and has always enforced the idea of "Men of Honor"
We commit to the value of Trust, the foundation of a relationship based on a belief in oneself as well as others, which is earned and strengthened through experience. The value of trust is found in our reliance on each other and enables an open comfort in interacting with brothers.
We commit to the value of Honor, staying true to a set of higher standards and morals in the face of adversity. Membership in Phi Kappa Sigma means a commitment to leading an honorable life.
We commit to the value of Respect, which begins with yourself and the practice of the golden rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." This statement is the acceptance of the ideals of others. In order to move forward as a brotherhood, we must continue to consider each other's viewpoints.
We commit to the value of Knowledge, the acquisition of thought, theory and principles following in the footsteps of our founding fathers in accordance with our oath of brotherhood. With this knowledge we will come closer to self-discovery, the improvement of society and the translation of knowledge into power.
We commit to the value of Wisdom, a virtue gained through experiences of self and others. Wisdom is the application of knowledge and past experiences to make decisions regardless of the situation. Through sharing wisdom, a bond is formed between young and old, teacher and student; this bond is what brings us together.
We commit to the value of Responsibility, by being reliable in the fulfillment of the objectives of our fraternity and our personal obligations, enduring the consequences of our actions.
We commit to the value of Integrity, our inner foundation for holding true to our values of trust, honor, respect, knowledge, wisdom, and responsibility that guides us to make the best decisions.