Beta Kappa

Rush Team

Name: David Fulkerson

Hometown: Dallas, TX

Cell: 214-516-2003

Name: Jase Simon

Hometown: Northfield, MN

Cell: 612.309.6843

Name: Bailey Rodriguez

Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK

Cell: 405-343-2539

Name: Jackson Sullivan

Hometown: Tulsa, OK

Cell: 918-720-2806

Name: Kyle Raineri

Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Cell: 314-799-3254

A Phi Tau

Man

 

  • Thinks ‘we’ not ‘I”
  • Should be able to give of himself without expecting something in return
  • Can, at times, put his brothers’ needs before his own
  • Has great pride and respect in his family of men and what it stands for
  • Is someone who tries to make another person’s life a little easier each day
  • Doesn’t have to be asked to do something because he’s already done it or volunteered to do it
  • Enlightens and guides the brotherhood spiritually and morally
  • Is looked up to for strength by other brothers and sets a good example
  • May be called a catalyst

Phi Kappa Tau

Fraternity

 

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Beta Kappa
Oklahoma State University
1203 W. 3rd Ave
Stillwater, OK 74074

A Place to Call

Home

“My brother was a member of this fraternity since I was in the 8th grade. It gave me the opportunity to meet so many great people who inspired me to work hard and accomplish my goals. I achieved a 4.0 GPA my first semester here and currently hold a leadership position.”

Model Associate ’14 & Scholastic Chairman

Game Room – Sun Deck – Indoor Fire Pit – Cable in bedroom – 17,000 square foot house – Two study rooms – Internet & WiFi – Centrally located in the Greek community

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“I joined Phi Kappa Tau because I saw the strength of the brotherhood throughout rush. After joining, I truly realize how special it is to be apart of this brotherhood. Phi Kappa Tau not only helps with college, but the lessons you learn here benefit you throughout life. “

Membership Orientation Officer

A Phi Tau

History

Phi Kappa Tau was founded on March 17, 1906 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Four Founding Fathers:

Taylor A. Borrdaile
Clinton D. Boyd
Dwight I. Douglass
William H. Shideler

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The organization was originally the Non-Fraternity Association, but changed it to “Phrenocon” on March 6, 1909.

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On March 9, 1916, , the Alpha chapter at Miami University adopted “Phi Kappa Tau” to become a Greek letter organization.

The Beta Kappa chapter was chartered at Oklahoma State Greek Community on May 16, 1949.

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There are more than 81 active chapters and 10 colonies throughout country.

Fraternal

Values

The Mission

The mission of Phi Kappa Tau is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character.

Creed

Phi Kappa Tau, by admitting me to membership, has conferred upon me a mark of distinction in which I take just pride. I believe in the spirit of brotherhood for which it stands. I shall strive to attain its ideals, and by so doing to bring to it honor and credit. I shall be loyal to my college and my chapter and shall keep strong my ties to them that I may ever retain the spirit of youth. I shall be a good and loyal citizen. I shall try always to discharge the obligation to others which arises from the fact that I am a fraternity man.

Roland Maxwell, Southern California ’22
November 19, 1950