Phi Kappa Theta is continuously looking for new members to join our brotherhood. We are recruiting new members to move in for the Fall semester. We will be posting any events that we will be having this summer here, but also just give Karl Netemeyer a call. We will have events in the Fall which will also be posted on this page as well as on the 'Calendar' portion of the website. However, it does not have to be an event for potential new members to visit the house or meet our brothers! The best way for you to find out more about Phi Kappa Theta is to stop by, meet the brothers, learn about our house and our great Brotherhood.
Joining Phi Kappa Theta will open a world of opportunities. Our fraternity promotes academic achievement, builds brotherhood and lifelong friendships within our members, develops young men into tomorrow's leaders, and creates a variety of social involvement. Phi Kappa Theta is involved within both the Greek and the University communities, as well as the Catholic Student community at St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center. If you are looking to become part of something that has fostered thousands of college men just like yourself through college please fill out a rush information request and we will contact you with more information about the upcoming events.
The men of Phi Kappa Theta are proud to present Brett Bachelor, Phi Mahoney, William Nagle, and Jesus Ornales as members of the Spring 2013 Tau pledge class of Phi Kappa Theta's Kansas Iota chapter. We are looking forward to having a great semester!
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- Many will probably tell you that it is best to live in a residence hall the first year, to take a step-back to look at the options. Nothing could be further from the truth! If fraternity life is right for you, you will be glad that you did not waste a year of your college experience taking a step-back.
- Through our Associate Member Education program, which has been named the best in the country at the Phi Kappa Theta National Convention, you will become a part of one of the premier fraternities at K-State. Through our strict anti-hazing policy and Catholic tradition, we treat all associate members as respected and valued brothers who are becoming active members in Phi Kappa Theta.
- While learning about our fraternity through our website is good, the best way to find out what it truly means to be a Phi Kap at Kansas State is to visit the house. Whether you are coming for an official recruitment event or happen to be in Manhattan for a game or campus visit, you are always welcome to come by the house and learn more about life at Phi Kappa Theta.
"Phi Kappa Theta has allowed me practice my leadership skills while making the best friends of my life." Mathew Elliott
"Growing up I was always involved in the community and I joined this house because I wanted to continue serving others. I enjoy participating in our philanthropies and the house's community service efforts" -Grady Augustine, Senior in Graphic Design