Phi Kappa Psi is returning to the University of Missouri campus!

In the Spring Semester of 2017, Phi Psi will begin recruiting outstanding scholars dedicated to working hard, being involved on campus, and learning the rich traditions and values of Phi Kappa Psi.

We’ve built a strong tradition at Mizzou. We established the first fraternity on campus on June 12, 1869, becoming the first at any land grant institution and public university west of the Mississippi River. Since then, we have initiated 1,830 men, including United States Senator Paul Coverdell, U.S. Congressman William Randall, and many business, community and academic leaders.

Campus buildings Schurz, Neff and Lowry Halls are named for Phi Psis, and our own John Oberall was the first dean of the MU Law School. Our Chapter House was built in 1878 by George Bingham Rollins, a member of the University’s Founding Family.

We’re excited to be back at Mizzou. Watch this space and social media for updates in the coming days.

If you’re an alum of the Missouri Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi, please provide your contact info so we can keep you updated.