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Psi Sigma Phi

Psi Sigma Phi Multicultural
The official Shield of Psi Sigma Phi
Founded December 12, 1990 (1990-12-12)
Montclair State University and New Jersey City University
Type Social
Emphasis Multiculturalism and Service
Scope National
Motto Multicultural by birth, not by choice
Colors      Black
Symbol Almighty Knight
Headquarters P.O. Box 3062
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Homepage .org.psisigmaphiwww

Psi Sigma Phi (ΨΣΦ) Multicultural Fraternity, the first cultural identity with unconditional respect and equality.

About Psi Sigma Phi

Psi Sigma Phi Multicultural Fraternity Inc. was co-founded on December 12, 1990, at Montclair State University and New Jersey City University (at the time Jersey City State College) as a service-oriented, multicultural organization.

At the time of its founding, male college students could join only mainstream fraternities or fraternities that were predominantly Latin-American, African-American, or Asian-American. Psi Sigma Phi's founders created the fraternity to emphasize the importance of multiculturalism in the lives of college students.

Psi Sigma Phi's fraternal goal is to establish a unique bond among men of different cultures. This goal is to be accomplished through hard work, sacrifice and courage from all of its brothers - brothers who together strive to break social fears and ignorance.


Psi Sigma Phi's national philanthropy is the Kidney and Urology Foundation. Other services participated in on a national level include:

Chapters and Colonies

See also


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External links

  • Psi Sigma Phi Multicultural Fraternity's national website
  • National Multicultural Greek Council
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