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Phi Kappa Tau
Why Shop the Phi Kappa Tau Store?
Here at Greek U, we know you take your fraternity goods seriously, so we do the same! We’re proud to offer the largest assortment of Phi Kappa Tau apparel available on the web. Even the most discerning Phi Kappa Tau members love our huge selection of gifts and goods, perfect for any event or “just because!”
Browse our wide selection of custom Phi Kappa Tau sunglasses, scarfs, and beanies. If you’re looking for something perfect for everyday wear, check out our Phi Kappa Tau sweatshirts, which come in an assortment of sizes, colors, and styles, and are ideal for early morning study sessions or a casual afternoon at the gym.
Have a new group of recruits entering your chapter? Welcome them with our comfortable and casual Phi Kappa Tau shirts. While you’re at it, pick up one of our Phi Kappa Tau graduation stoles to go with your cap and gown on the big day! We’ve also got Phi Kappa Tau water bottles and more!
All of these and more are waiting for you in our extensive selection of gifts and merchandise, perfect for any Phi Kappa Tau occasion. Shop the store today and see what will catch your eye.
The History of Phi Kappa Tau
Since its inception in 1906, Phi Kappa Tau has established 157 chartered chapters, 90 active chapters, and initiated more than 4,700 collegiate members. The fraternity’s mission statement is "To champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character."
Initially, Phi Kappa Tau was founded as a non-fraternity association designed to give the non-fraternity men at Miami University a voice in the political affairs taking place on campus. Over time, however, the fraternity adapted and, since 1916, has been a member of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
The fraternity’s official Philanthropy is SeriousFun Network, which was founded by Paul Newman, a Phi Kappa alumni. The network seeks to provide seriously ill children with recreational experiences designed to help them cope with their illnesses and enjoy a break from their day-to-day routines. Since the philanthropy’s inception, it has served more than 732,306 children and their families from more than forty countries.
Phi Kappa Tau’s official colors are Harvard Red and Old Gold.