Potential New Members Contact Jerry Oliphant
Congratulations on your admission to the University of Texas and your decision to go through with fraternity recruitment! The Texas Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi focuses on recruiting the highest caliber of leaders, athletes, scholars and gentlemen to continue our legacy of excellence here at UT.
In 1852, our brotherhood was founded upon the great joy our founders received from selflessly helping others. Texas Alpha was founded a bit later – 1904 – but we still embody this ideal through our involvement in college and fraternity life. Whether it be working with the Salvation Army, Boys & Girls Club or assisting our fellow brothers with their studies, we firmly believe that our shared experiences will allow both our careers and relationships to succeed.
With over 90,000 brothers worldwide, Phi Kappa Psi can not only enhance your college experience socially and academically, but also prove to be invaluable in your professional life. We at Texas Alpha seek to recruit young men who exemplify outstanding character, strong ambition, good morals, and a high sense of honor. If that describes you, we want to meet you!
Introduce yourself by clicking on the “New Member Application” link above and completing a short online form to let us know who you are and what you’ve done. This information is sent directly to our Recruitment Committee to submit your name for consideration. It’s the easiest and best way to let us know you’re interested in Phi Kappa Psi and allow us to answer any questions you may have about fraternity life. And be sure to apply for one of our Tex Schramm Scholarships – open to any first-year men not already affiliated with a fraternity.
Greek Life at Texas is a valuable experience. It has produced some of the most successful and influential alumni from the university and provides not only a social group at Texas, but credentials that will follow you throughout life. Good luck at Texas!
The Brothers of Phi Kappa Psi
Jerry Oliphant ’16
Chase Haltiner ’16
Brantley Crow ’16