Interested in Phi Beta Sigma?
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity can play an important part in making your college and post-graduate experience positive, fulfilling, and rewarding. Phi Beta Sigma nurtures individuality while providing greater opportunities for Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service.
Phi Beta Sigma is continuity. It's yesterday with it's traditions and goals carried on from generations past. It's today as a home away from home and a center for your college activities. It's tomorrow as a creator of friendships and ideals that will last your whole life.
Phi Beta Sigma is an International Fraternity with chapters spread across the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Europe, Africa, Japan, and South Korea. While its members are diverse, they share certain ideals in common.
In Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity - Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service are the significant influences. Brotherhood develops between men and becomes an indestructable bond. With Scholarship there comes achievement. And Service to one's fellow man, there is born a unique sense of usefulness that enriches all of life.
Remember, the parties and stepshows come and go, but the brotherhood will last a lifetime. Fraternities have personalities. As you would measure an individual, so you should measure a fraternity.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity seeks to attract men of vision and character. Such men will mold the future of the Fraternity and carry its ideals and principles on to the next generation. Membership in Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has been an important part in the lives of over 200,000 men. We hope you will consider the part it can play in your life.
Membership in this Fraternity shall be limited to college men who have completed at least one grade period in a recognized college or university. Except where such requirement conflicts with the rules and regulations of the college or university at which a chapter of this Fraternity operates.
They shall be eligible for membership in this Fraternity upon meeting such other requirements and qualifications as the By-Laws of this Fraternity may require, except that membership or non-membership in a particular race, or belonging to a particular religion or being of a particular national origin shall not be a requirement for membership in this Fraternity.
A person who is, or has been a member of another intercollegiate fraternity other than an honorary or professional fraternity, is ineligible for membership in this Fraternity.
Categories of Membership
Men currently matriculating an accredited four year College/University on a semester system must have a minimum of 12 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 2.5. Individuals attending a College/University on a quarter system must have a minimum of 30 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 2.5. Verification of transcript is required.
Verification of transcript and diploma is required or Collegiate/Undergraduates with 90 or more credit hours of a minimum of 2.5 GPA. Verification of transcript required.