Kappa Phi Chapter
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Our brotherhood lasts far beyond our undergraduate career. The relationships formed in Sigma Chi will last our entire lifetimes. We share a deeper bond than most men will find in college.
In a world where it's easy to do the wrong thing, we are committed to accountability. Every brother looks out for each other and makes sure that we are all living with our core values, each day.
We are dedicated to the development of leaders. We pride ourselves in our academics and our growth as leaders. We are always growing in the hope that one day our learning will grow into wisdom.
The history of the chapter began in 2005. A brother from the Daytona Campus of Embry-Riddle transferred to Prescott and found that there was no chapter here. With the help of a Sigma Chi alumnus, Dr. Jeffrey Ashworth, the Kappa Phi chapter was born so that young men could have an organization where they could develop as values-based leaders. Today, the Kappa Phi chapter has nearly 30 members who have been dedicated to the values of Sigma Chi from the day they initiated. They all wear the white cross proudly on their chest and engage in many activities around campus. Kappa Phi prides themselves on their philanthropic efforts, as well as the brotherhood that they have formed over the years.
WHAT WE DO
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Phone: (619) 888-9837
Phone: (419) 377-3523