Phi Sigma Kappa

As the holiday season rolls around each year, not everyone is as fortunate. Recognizing this, every year Phi Sig takes part in Adopt-A-Family, where brothers "adopt" a local South-Bethlehem family in need, and buy them gifts for the holiday season.

Desiring to help the local community, Phi Sig often volunteers at Second Harvest Food Bank, a local non-profit responsible for distributing 9.3 million pounds of food in the fiscal 2017-2018 year.

Always excited to start the new year, Phi Sig kicks off the each school year by helping the incoming freshmen class and their families by unloading their cars and carrying their luggage to their rooms.

Whether it's designing trick-or-treat bags or decorating Halloween cookies, our brothers always love giving back to local families through the Community Service Office's annual Halloween Spooktacular event.

Move-In

Hawkathon / Dance Marathon

Victory House

Zeta Cake Contest

KD's So You Think You Kan Dance

​Adopt-A-Family

Southside Cleans

Second Harvest Food Bank

Always eager to help out other local Greek chapters, every year Phi Sig participates in Zeta Tau Alpha's Pink Week, to help raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer. Specifically, brothers always love designing cakes in the annual Cake Competition.

E​very year, Phi Sig hosts a table to play games and other various activties during the annual Hawathon hosted on campus. A twelve hour dance marathon, Hawathon sponsors the Children's Miracle Network Hospital in Philadelphia, one of 170 hospitals that help perform 32 million procedures for children every year.

Spooktacular

​​Always excited to help out other local Greek chapters, every year Phi Sig participates in Kappa Delta's annual So You Think You Kan Dance. A dance competition among all Greek chapters, every year brothers design and perform a dance to help support Kappa Delta's philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse in America.

Understanding the importance of giving back to the local community, every semester Phi Sig participates in Southside Cleans, a service where brothers walk around South Bethlehem cleaning the streets and picking up litter.

Our Chapter's Involvement in the Lehigh Community


We strive to create a positive difference both inside and outside the Greek community. Below are just a few examples of the current organizations and activities to which our members have taken active roles in.

Committed to our local community, whenever possible brothers prepare and serve meals at Victory House, an organization helping local homeless veterans.

Nu Chapter - Lehigh University