Founders Day 2015

A special Founders Day Celebration presented by familiar Fraternity faces took place from right where it all began, Oxford, Ohio. 

It was live streamed on the Phi Kappa Tau website homepage. Even if you missed the live event, it has been uploaded to Phi Kappa Tau's YouTube channel. 

Looking to host your own Founders Day Ceremony? You can view a copy of the public Ritual here.


Work for Phi Kappa Tau 

The Phi Kappa Tau Executive Offices is continually evaluating candidates for available employment opportunities.

It is a unique atmosphere that is suited well for self-motivated individuals who are looking for a fulfilling position that will allow them to gain or improve a diverse set of specialized skills. Employment provides a tangible experience that professionally translates beyond any individual industry, while still offering the chance to have a positive impact on the fraternal movement.






 This Week in Phi Tau History

August 29-September 4 Phi Kappa Tau Membership Manual

May 18-24

May 18—Beta Lambda chapter at Indiana University (Bloomington, Ind.) chartered (1949).

May 19—Alpha Nu chapter at Iowa State University (Ames, Iowa) chartered (1928).

May 19—Beta Phi chapter at Westminster College (New Wilmington, Pa.) chartered (1952).

May 19—Delta Alpha chapter at Iowa Wesleyan College (Mount Pleasant, Iowa) chartered (1968).

May 20—Beta Mu chapter at Kent State University (Kent, Ohio) chartered (1949).

May 20—Beta Sigma chapter at Idaho State University (Pocatello, Idaho) chartered (1950).

May21—The name of the Educational Endowment Fun changed to the Phi Kappa Tau Foundation (1958).

May 22—Alpha Upsilon chapter at Colgate University (Hamilton, N.Y.) chartered (1937).

May 23—Alpha Epsilon chapter at Kansas State University (Manhattan, Kansas) chartered (1925).

May 24—Roland Maxwell, Southern California '22, initiated into Pi chapter (1922).



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