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Omicron Chapter at OU

The Omicron chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma was chartered at the University of Oklahoma in 1929 at 736 Elm Avenue, where the chapter facility stands today. The Phi Kappa Sigma facility re-opened in 2014 following a $3.5 million renovation, and the active chapter is working diligently to ensure the chapter facility is able to be utilized in the near future. The chapter participates in events around campus annually, including Soonerthon, Relay for Life, Habitat for Humanity's Build-a-thon, and sorority philanthropy events.


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Dillon Kovar
President
 

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Weston Thompson
Vice President
 

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Jared Allen
Academic Chair
 

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Tony Tani
New Member Educator
Alumni Relations Chair

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Austin Voigt
Treasurer
 

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Q.D. Cobbs
Social Chair
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Matthew Martin
Recruitment Chair
 

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Phi Kappa Sigma is more than just a four-year brotherhood during college. Our motto, "Once a Phi Kap, Always a Phi Kap," is to show that you are a member for the entirety of your life, and even thereafter. Being a Phi Kap means honoring our core values, living up to our objectives, and helping promote our objects and mottos for life. Below are the values that we hold dear to our fraternity and ourselves, as well as a video about our international organization.

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THE OBJECTS OF THE FRATERNITY

The objects of the Fraternity shall be the promotion of good fellowship and the cultivation of the social virtues among its members; the protection of the just rights and the advancement of the best interests, present and future, individual and collective, of all those who shall be associated together as members of the Fraternity; the encouragement of good scholarship and breadth of training for its members; and cooperation in the educational and cultural programs of institutions of higher education in which Chapters are located.

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OUR CORE VALUES
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TRUST

HONOR
RESPECT
KNOWLEDGE
WISDOM
RESPONSIBILITY
INTEGRITY


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Founded in 1850

Phi Kappa Sigma was founded by Dr. Samuel Brown Wylie Mitchell at the University of Pennsylvania. Mitchell recorded the initial ideas and concepts of Phi Kappa Sigma on August 16, 1850. He then began to discuss the idea with other students, first Charles Hare Hutchinson, and then Alfred Victor du Pont, John Thorne Stone, Andrew Adams Ripka, James Bayard Hodge, and Duane Williams. The seven men formally founded the fraternity on October 19, 1850 becoming the founding fathers of Phi Kappa Sigma.


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As a member of Phi Kappa Sigma, you're able to get involved immediately upon joining as a new member! Involvement opportunities span from the Chapter level, all the way to the international organization. As a new member, you are able to be involved with the plans of the fraternity through weekly new member meetings, where you learn about the fraternity and also have time to share your ideas about how Phi Kap can improve, and events we should plan. As a member, you can hold an executive board position, a chair position, or be involved through committees. Additionally, the international organization has opportunities for involvement through international committees and leadership development through three different international events: Men of Honor, Carroll K. Simons Institute, and Grand Chapter.

Men of Honor is an annual leadership development conference held during winter break, where men from across all chapters in the United States and Canada come together to learn about how to better the fraternity and get involved. Topics covered are time management, team-development, conflict resolution, event planning, as well as a deep understanding of the fraternity and our values.

Carroll K. Simons Institute is a bi-annual chapter operation-based leadership conference held every other summer. This conference brings together executive members (or heavily involved members) from chapters to dive deeper into chapter operations and tackle difficult problems our chapters, and fraternities, face.

Grand Chapter is a bi-annual business meeting of the fraternity, which spans three-days during the summers between Carroll K. Simons Institute. This meeting brings together delegates of each chapter, alumni chapters, the Grand Executive Committees, and more! This year our Grand Chapter is being held in New Orleans, Louisiana from August 2nd - August 4th, 2018. To learn more, please visit Always A Phi Kap by clicking here! To view the schedule of events for Grand Chapter, please click here!

Below is a video of Men of Honor 2018!