Above is the projected design for the International Headquarters lobby during the renovations.
Above is the projected design for the International Headquarters lobby during the renovations.

Archive & Educational Center

At the 2016 Shonk Undergraduate Leadership School, the Fraternity announced the plan to build The Albert D. Shonk, Jr. Archive and Educational Center within the International Headquarters located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The archive is being named in honor of Brother Albert D. Shonk, Jr. (Southern Cal ‘54), also known as “Mr. Phi Sig.”

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The Archive will be a lasting host to the history and traditions of our Fraternity. These archives are the DNA that makes up who we are today. The stories that we tell and how we tell them will ensure our place in history. We are a great fraternity, and we need a place that fittingly tells that story in such a way that it will evoke pride and nostalgia for all brothers who visit.

The Educational Center will further support Phi Sigma Kappa’s mission. Which is to help our members fulfill the Phi Sigma Kappa Creed and thereby have a positive influence on society. Learning the lessons of the past in an educational space such as this will create a lasting impact. The space will also include an area to produce and deliver online education and training to reach even more members. Your gifts to the Archive and Educational Center through the Foundation is a direct investment in the lives and futures of thousands of Phi Sigs!



Here are a few reasons that these donors did.

“Phi Sig gave me the opportunity to become the leader I am today. This initiative is a way to pay it forward with “roots and wings” for Phi Sigs future leaders.”
   – Brother David L. Cohen (Union ’88)

“I am supporting this initiative because of the importance to preserve the history of our Fraternity. I am beyond excited to see the finished product of our Archive. Since 1873, our Fraternity has gone through so many monumental life events, most important, the merger with Phi Sigma Epsilon. This Archive will honor our brothers of the past, and preserve its history for our Future.”
   – Paul L. Grane (Northern Illinois ’93)