Phi Kappa Tau
Nickname: Phi Tau
Colors: Harvard Red and Old Gold
National Founding Date: March 17, 1906
Local Founding Date: April 8, 1958
Phi Kappa Tau is an organization that has stood nationally for 105 years and for 53 years at Chico State. We believe in the pursuit of learning, leading, and serving, which we endeavor upon with pride. This foundation of values binds our members in brotherhood and urges men to challenge each other and better themselves to succeed as upstanding members of their campus and community. These values are why our Chapter holds regular community service events for Bidwell Park, the Boys and Girls Club of Chico, and contributes on a larger scale by raising money for the September 11th Memorial, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and our national philanthropy, The Hole in The Wall Camps for disabled or terminal children. Phi Kappa Tau also encourages members to push themselves with bi-annual scholarships that recognize and reward members for high academic performance, academic improvement, and leadership.
Whether you have always wanted to rush a fraternity, want to know more about Greeks, or are somewhere in between and just curious, if you want to know more about us or the Greek system in general, we will gladly answer any questions you might have. We’re all a community after all!