Phi Sigma Kappa, a prominent national fraternity, was established with the ideals of promoting brotherhood, scholarship, and character. Founded in 1873 at the Massachusetts Agricultural College, now known as the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the fraternity has a rich history rooted in the principles of democracy and an unyielding commitment to personal growth and academic excellence.

With its motto, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you," Phi Sigma Kappa emphasizes the importance of ethical conduct and mutual respect. Members are encouraged to contribute positively to their communities and to cultivate strong bonds of friendship, extending beyond their college years.