PHI SIGMA PHI CHAPTER:

EPSILON ZETA

Founded 1999

Phi Sigma Phi was brought to the campus of Fairmont State University, at the time called Fairmont State College, by Casey Griffith in the year 1999.

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Chapter History

The History of the Epsilon Zeta chapter of Phi Sigma Phi is that of glory and turmoil. The beginnings are simple enough, the idea of Phi Sigma Phi was brought to the campus of Fairmont State University, at the time called Fairmont State College, by Casey Griffith in the year 1999. He would become the first president of the fraternity, which was considered a colony until they were able to prove themselves to be Phi Sigma Phi men. At the first official meeting as a colony there was an impressive 56 active members. Only a year later the dream of becoming an official chapter was achieved. Zach Braham was the first president of the now active Epsilon Zeta chapter. Being about 40 members strong, Phi Sigma Phi was an immediate presence on the campus of Fairmont State College. They would participate in every intramural sport offered and dominate the competition. The legendary bell that resides on campus showed the letters of Phi Sigma Phi 80% of the time. Along with this we have won Greek Week for three consecutive years. The name Phi Sigma Phi is known on campus!

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