Chapter Awards

CHAPTER AWARDS

Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity recognizes local chapter and colony success and achievement throughout the academic year. Awards will be presented at the Shonk Undergraduate Leadership School this summer in Indianapolis, IN.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Headquarters at awards@phisigmakappa.org or call 317-573-5420.

All applications must be submitted no later than 11:45 PM EST on Saturday, May 21.

Awards available in the application:

President’s Special Achievement Awards:

  • Recruitment Award
  • Philanthropy Award
  • Community Service Award
  • Risk Management Award
  • Associate Member Education Award
  • Communication Award
  • Membership Experience Award
  • Scholarship Award
  • Campus Involvement Award
  • Herbert L. Brown Outstanding Chapter Award

READ THROUGH THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE FILLING IT OUT.

 

CHAPTER ADVISER AWARDS

Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity is a volunteer-based organization. One of the most critical volunteers that serve our Fraternity, is the local Chapter Adviser. For their tireless efforts, the Grand Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa presents the Outstanding Chapter Adviser Award to its best Chapter Adviser(s). Awards will be presented at the Shonk Undergraduate Leadership School this summer in Indianapolis, IN.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Headquarters at awards@phisigmakappa.org or call 317-573-5420.

All applications must be submitted no later than 11:45 PM EST on Saturday, May 21.

READ THROUGH THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE FILLING IT OUT.

ORDER OF THE DIAMOND CIRCLE

The purpose of this award is to recognize those undergraduate members who excel in their abilities and achievements and demonstrate leadership in Phi Sigma Kappa through loyalty, hard work and dedication. Awards will be presented at the Shonk Undergraduate Leadership School this summer in Indianapolis, IN.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Headquarters at awards@phisigmakappa.org or call 317-573-5420.

All applications must be submitted no later than 11:45 PM EST on Saturday, May 21.

READ THROUGH THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE FILLING IT OUT.

  • The Order of the Diamond Circle is the highest honor that an undergraduate can receive from Phi Sigma Kappa.
  • Each recipient will hold a chair in the Order of the Diamond Circle that bears the name of an outstanding brother from the Fraternity’s history.
  • Those selected will receive a handsome plaque bearing his name and the name of the distinguished chair occupied.=

Eligibility

  • Applicant must be an undergraduate member in good standing with his chapter and the Grand Chapter both financially and scholastically.
  • Applicant must have held or be currently holding a chapter office.
  • Applicant should be a distinguished member of his chapter and demonstrate successful participation in his Fraternity, university and/or local community activities.

Criteria for Selection:

  • Truly lives the Cardinal Principles of Phi Sigma Kappa
  • Possesses individual leadership abilities and contributions
  • Active in a range of Phi Sigma Kappa activities
  • Participated successfully in other university and/or community activities
  • Contribution to his chosen areas of commitment
  • Five letters of recommendation

Nomination Procedure:

  • Only one nomination per chapter
  • Only the application forms provided by the Grand Chapter will be accepted
  • Letters of recommendation are required and must be sent with the application form. The recommendations should explain how the applicant stands out not only locally, but nationally. Letters of reference should be from:
    • Faculty member in the applicant’s field of study
    • Chapter adviser or another volunteer officer
    • Community leader (business person, clergy, or college administrator)
    • Two undergraduate brothers
    • PLEASE NOTE that members of the IHQ staff cannot write letters of recommendation.