Phi Kappa Tau is a membership development organization that is dedicated to meeting the mission of the Fraternity: To champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character. Through attaining the mission of the Fraternity, we are called to uphold standards of conduct as outlined in the Constitution and Statutes as well as the Ritual of the Fraternity. Additionally, members are expected to abide by the policies and regulations of their college or university and to hold each other accountable to those same standards. Chapters that have been reported to have allegedly compromised the standards of conduct are immediately suspended pending an investigation (per standard Fraternity policy).
Below you will find chapter conduct reports that outline alleged chapter violations by academic year. In each of these cases, members were alleged to have failed to live by our mission and uphold our standards of conduct. If applicable, sanctions are listed from the National Fraternity, or the University.
- Click here to read the Conduct Report for 2015-16
- Click here to read the Conduct Report for 2014-15
- Click here to read the Conduct Report for 2013-14
- Click here to read the Conduct Report for 2012-11
- Click here to read the Conduct Report for 2011-12
For more information regarding the alleged conduct violations listed here, please contact Chief Operating Officer Travis Robinson.
Alcohol Free Housing
Each of the below chapters have organized housing that is alcohol free:
|Alpha Delta||Case Western|
|Alpha Sigma||Colorado State|
|Alpha Omega||Baldwin Wallace|
|Beta Kappa||Oklahoma State|
|Beta Mu||Kent State|
|Beta Omega||Chico State|
|Gamma Nu||Rochester Institute of Technology|
|Gamma Xi||East Cenral Oklahoma|
|Delta Theta||Georgetown College|