Oregon Beta
Male
Council Membership: 
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Chartered: 
1948
Mission: 

The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity is an association of men of integrity who strive to develop the individual in his intellect, in his involvement in the community, and in his faith. Recognizing and valuing the diversity of all, the Fraternity unites the principles and traditions of our past with the resources and creativity of our present to provide an environment in which our members can realize their highest potential. To this end, we offer a lifelong experience, guided by our faith in a power greater than ourselves, in contributing to the betterment of both the individual and the community.

Physical: 

140 NW 13th St. Corvallis, OR 97330 

House Capacity: 
50
Total Members: 
120
Recruitment Requirements: 

Potential members must demonstrate a commitment to academics as well as service. We require a 2.75 GPA and 10 hours of community service for new members to initiate.

Organization Facts: 

Our members are students before they become Phi Psis, and we make success in school a priority. In addition to recognizing our top scholars with awards at national conventions, our Foundation gives thousands of dollars to deserving Phi Psis each year in the form of national and chapter scholarships, grants, fellowships and assistantships, while promoting learning, high ethical standards and constructive citizenship.

Chapter Facts: 

Chapter President Contact Information:

Owen Sutter

Email: suttero@oregonstate.edu

Phone: (971)-302-9456

 

Chapter Advisor Contact Information:

David Zahler

Email: davidzahler69@gmail.com

Phone: (541)224-4149

 

Resident Advisor Contact Information:

Adrian Gallo

Email: adriancgallo@gmail.com

Phone: (925)354-6772

Famous Alumni: 

President Woodrow Wilson, Zach Braff, and Tony Horton are all initiated brothers of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.

Philanthropy: 

We are partnered nationally with the Boys and Girls Club of America, who we raise thousands of dollars for and contribute as many man hours towards each year. Our current philanthropy is Fraternal Fued which raised the 2nd most of all fraternities on campus.  We also actively participate in as many local philanthropies as possible, helping sororities raise thousands of dollars as well as awareness for organizations such as Service for Sight, CARDV, St. Jude Hospital, and many many more.

Chapter Type: 
Fraternity