- I received an email/postcard/phone call from a company asking for my personal information and Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity story. Is this a legitimate project?
It’s legit! We have partnered with PCI (also known as Publishing Concepts) to produce an Oral History Publication for Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. PCI is a family-owned business based in Dallas, TX that has published directories for educational institutions, fraternities, sororities, and military organizations across the nation for almost 100 years. This project allows Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity to hear about your personal experiences and explain how Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity has helped shape your lives.
- Does Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity benefit from this at all?
Yes, in a few different ways:
Updated information – allows us to communicate with and engage members effectively
Legacy – preserves the history of our organization
Pride – wearing apparel shows support and love for our organization
- How do I know my information will only be used for Oral History Project purposes?
PCI is committed to protecting your information. The names, addresses, and information provided to PCI for the publication of the Oral History Project will be held confidential by PCI, except to the extent that they are utilized in, or in the preparation of, the Oral History Project and except as required by court order or the law. Upon completion of the project, PCI will redact PII (Personal Identifiable Information) from any and all electronic files that we have supplied or were produced by PCI in connection with the production of the Oral History Project.
- I would like to verify or update my information and share a story. How may I do this?
If you have received a postcard or an email with a telephone number, you may call the number to speak with a dedicated representative for the Oral History Project. The representative will verify all the information we have on file for you, make any updates where needed, then ask you to share your story about your time with Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. Your story will be recorded and the sound clip provided to Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity at the conclusion of the project.If you have received an email with an embedded link, you may go to the online site to review your information and submit a story.
If you did not receive a postcard or email, you might call Phi Sigma Kappa at 1-317-573-5420 or email Associate Executive Director Kathy Cannady at email@example.com.
- Can I choose what Information prints in the publication?
When you call to update your information, you can tell the representative if you prefer any of your information to be excluded. You can also communicate your preferences to PCI’s customer service helpdesk at 1-800-982-1590 / firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Fraternity directly.
- I updated my information but need more time to think about what experience to share.
You can call back at any time to share your story.
- I shared a story, and the representative said I could send some photos. How do I do this?
You will receive an email with a link to upload two photos (black and white or color) plus captions. If you have also purchased a book but do not have an email address on file, you will be sent a photo mailer to send physical photos in to be printed (note: photos will be returned if you include a self-addressed, stamped envelope).
- Can anyone purchase a book?
The Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity Oral History Publication is available for sale only to Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity members.
- When will I receive my book?
The total duration of the Oral History Project is about 12 months. Since we began the project in January 2022, the books will be distributed in January/February 2023.
- I ordered a book/package over the phone and would like to cancel my order. How do I do this?
Contact PCI’s customer service helpdesk at 1-800-982-1590, and they will take care of this for you.
Oral History Project
Help us celebrate 150 years by sharing your story! Phi Sigma Kappa has launched a comprehensive data verification and history collection project with Publishing Concepts.
This project has two objectives: to ensure up-to-date alumni data and to capture unique stories about our alumni and chapters in commemoration of the Fraternity’s 150thanniversary in 2023. READ MORE.