Phi Sigma Phi is a US national fraternity founded on July 30, 1988. There are now 11 chapters of Phi Sigma Phi nationwide. The current National President is Nate Church. The foundation for Phi Sigma Phi stems from the 1985 merger between Phi Sigma Epsilon and Phi Sigma Kappa. After this merger, a small group of Phi Sigma Epsilon alumni and then-current undergraduate college men decided not to participate with the new fraternity, instead electing to form a new national fraternity. Historically, this merger has been discussed as an evolution of ideals and dedication to independence and freedom of choice. On July 30, 1988, in South Bend, Indiana, Phi Sigma Phi National Fraternity, Inc. was formally organized to serve as a national organization, uniting college men who wished to share in the spirit of true friendship and brotherhood.
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