Phi Kappa Psi (Wisconsin Gamma Chapter)
Phi Kappa Psi was established at Beloit in 1881 and continued until 1971. It was reactivated in 1977 and has continued to the present day.
It is the home of a brotherhood with proud traditions and firm beliefs. The fraternity was founded by William Henry Letterman and Charles Paige Thomas Moore in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania in 1852, its colors are cardinal red and hunter green, and its flower is the jacqueminot rose.
Phi Kappa Psi was founded in the name of “The Great Joy of Serving Others” and exists for the perpetuation of that idea. We strictly adhere to progressive liberal ideas of inclusiveness and understanding, because we believe that they will make us better individuals, and a better brotherhood.
It is often said by our housekeepers that we have the cleanest fraternity house of the three on campus, but we leave it to our beloved guests to decide for themselves.
Phi Kappa Psi strives to make its home welcome to all students, alumni, and friends of the fraternity, and hold proudly their immortal title; “Men of Excellence.”