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Phi Sigma Kappa - Epsilon Hexaton Chapter

Phi Sig

President
Sean Burrill
seanburrill@vt.edu

Mailing Address:
117 New Hall West (0428)
Blacksburg, VA 24061

Off-Campus House:
600 South Main Street
Blacksburg, VA 24060

Recruitment Contact
Bailey Coleman

baileycoleman@vt.edu

Chapter Advisor
Clayton Kennedy

clay1996@vt.edu

National Website
http://www.phisigmakappa.org

Chapter Website
www.vtphisig.org

Chapter Conduct Status: Deferred Suspension through 5/15/2023

Found responsible for the following policy violations during the Fall 2021 semester: Hazing and Alcoholic Beverage

Chapter must complete the following sanctions: Membership Review, Cease of events with Alcohol until 8/30/2022, prohibited from extended new bids for membership until Fall 2022 and implement a series of educational and administrative workshops

Chapter Conduct Violations in 2021-22 Academic Year: 1

% of Members Found Responsible for Individual Student Conduct Violations in 2020-21 Academic Year*: 9%

*The percentage of individual members of each organization who were found responsible for violations of the Virginia Tech Student Code of Conduct during the academic year. These violations were not related to their membership in the organization.

 

 

Phi Sig

 

Motto: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you

Values: Promote Brotherhood, Stimulate Scholarship, Develop Character

Founded: March 15, 1873 at Massachusetts Agricultural College in Amherst

Chapter Information

Spring 2022 Members: 79

Spring 2022 Chapter GPA: 3.199

Spring 2022 Initiated Member Dues: $600

Chapter Philanthropy: Special Olympics Area 9 (New River Valley)

Housing: Off-Campus (600 South Main Street, Blacksburg)

Standards of Excellence Score 2021-2022: Gold

 

Greatest Accomplishment of 2019-20: The Epsilon Hexaton chapter set the bar high in terms of philanthropy, academics, and involvement. We had many brothers involved in a plethora of other campus activities while maintaining involvement in our philanthropy. Our relationship with Area 9 special olympics grew stronger and even with COVID-19 we were able to raise a large amount of money for our local chapter. We once again maintained our strong academic record by placing within the top-3 for fraternity GPAs and remained dedicated to succeeding in the classroom. 

Awards & Recognition

2019-2020

2019-20 Virginia Tech Outstanding Community Leader of the Year: Chris Callaghan

2019-20 Virginia Tech Impact Award

2019-20 Virginia Tech Ut Prosim Legacy Award

2018-2019

Phi Sigma Kappa 2019 Outstanding Risk Management Award

2018-19 Virginia Tech Ut Prosim Legacy Award

2018-19 Virginia Tech Outstanding Comunity Leader of the Year: Connor Mullin

2018-19 Virginia Tech Outstanding Fraternity President of the Year: Sam Oxley

2018-19 Virginia Tech Outstanding Fraternity Man of the Year: Jacob Gaddis