Phi Kappa Psi

Phi Kappa Psi — 602 West Wabash Avenue

Phi Kappa Psi The Indiana Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. Phi Psi, as it is commonly called, is a place where you will develop life-long friends and the bonds of brotherhood that will help you take advantage of all that Wabash has to offer.

Being a part of the Phi Psi tradition involves more than simply living in a house with 60 others guys. As a brother in Phi Psi, you will learn how to think critically, lead effectively, and become a Wabash man. Our Brothers are involved in campus leadership through clubs, sports, philanthropy, or creative endeavors. The Phi Psis are active in almost every sport on campus, including football, cross-country, baseball, tennis, swimming, golf, and track. We are also actively involved in the Sphinx Club, the Lacrosse Club, Wabash Christian Men, Unidos por Sangre, The Bachelor, and the Wabash Commentary; we take pride in placing well in intramural sports each year. We work hard to maintain our Brotherhood as an eclectic group of men of different interests, backgrounds, and hometowns.

In addition to being involved throughout Wabash, the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity has recently finished a $3 million renovation, providing the highest living standard on campus, thanks to the generosity of the college and our loyal alumni. Please feel free to stop by the house at any point, or contact any of the rush chairs for further information. We look forward to meeting you and making you part of the Phi Psi tradition!

Phi Kappa Psi Leadership

Zach Hogan '21, President - (zchogan21@wabash.edu)

Notable Alumni

Rade Kljajic ’78, Managing Director of Citigroup Global Markets

Terry Hamilton ’89, Senior VP, Operations, St. John Health Systems

Pat East ’00, President of Hanapin Marketing

Jason Little ’92, Pediatrician, St. Vincent Hospital Emergency Room