Phi Sigma Kappa is excited to announce that we are returning to Henderson State University after a five-year absence on the campus.
Chapter consultants Dezie Gude (UT Martin ’17) and Taylor McDougal (Stetson ’18) will be on the ground in Arkadelphia, Ark., recruiting men and building the colony from the ground up.
“We are enthusiastic about the rejuvenation of our partnership with our host institution Henderson State University,” Brother Sean McGreevey, an alumnus of Epsilon Rho, said. “Not only will we provide a unique leadership development opportunity for students at HSU, we also hope our partnership continues to foster alumni engagement with both the institution and the national organization.”
Originally founded in 1946 as the Rho chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, the group became the Epsilon Rho chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa after the two fraternities merged in 1985. They were a presence at Henderson State for 68 years before its closure in 2014.
You can follow Henderson State as they progress through the expansion process on their Instagram (phisig_henderson).