Phi Kappa Tau

Phi Kappa Tau was nationally founded in 1906 at Miami University in Ohio. We remember our roots to this day and continue to strive to be different from other Greek organizations by staying true to our initial beliefs: the innate worth of members, democracy, and Christian ideals. 

In 1946, the Beta Xi Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau was chartered here at UGA by World War II veterans, and since then our chapter has been committed to excellence. Around campus our brothers work as tutors, volunteer with charitable organizations like SWAB, and conduct road cleanups to better the community. Additionally, since 2011, we’ve proudly been raising funds for our national philanthropy, the SeriousFun Children’s Network, which provides a safe summer camp experience for children with serious illnesses.

Phi Tau keeps a busy social calendar year round. We are constantly fielding intramural teams or hosting brotherhood events, and in the fall we host our annual Summer Nights Event, while in the spring we throw our annual Oasis Party. Furthermore, we host both a fall and spring semi-formals in Athens, on top of traveling for our formal each year in April. 

Overall, Phi Tau offers a fun and diverse college experience, and the bonds forged amongst our brothers are lifelong. Moreover, we are a chapter committed to academics and fostering leadership opportunities, and our alumni network has helped countless brothers find meaningful employment opportunities.

Contact Information
President, William Payne – pktbetaxipres@gmail.com