An important dimension of Phi Eta Sigma membership is the opportunity for service and leadership on campuses and in communities across our great land. Featured on this page are summaries of a small sampling of the participation of our members in campus and community help projects custom designed to meet the special needs of those whose lives they touch.
Phi Eta Sigma members take great pride in their membership by making a difference in their communities, at their schools, and among fellow students as they set examples of higher standards and citizenship values. Later in life, these academically motivated scholars will continue to make a difference in their homes, their communities, and their chosen careers after they leave campus, to the benefit of their families, their friends, their fellow citizens, and society at large.
Kansas State University's chapter of Phi Eta Sigma currently sponsors, assists, and volunteers for a number of different causes in the Manhattan area. Some of these great service opportunities are:
- Habitat for Humanity - Benefiting our nation's homeless population
- Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research - Benefiting cancer research at Kansas State University
- Hand-to-Hand Program - Serving Manhattan's at-risk youth
- K-State's Blood Drive - Benefiting the American Red Cross
- Cancer Relay for Life - Benefiting the American Cancer Society
- Second Helping - Serving Manhattan's hungry
- Bell ringing - Benefiting the Salvation Army
- Up til Dawn - Benefitting St. Jude's Children's Hospital
- Pack the Library: Pack the Polls - Coordinated by K-State's Student Governing Association