|Phi Sigma Nu|
|Founded||February 13, 1996|
University of North Carolina at Pembroke, U.S.
|Scope||Arizona, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Kansas and New Hampshire|
|Mission statement||To empower Native Men to collectively engage in academic, social, cultural and physical realms to promote and inspire growth in tribal families, tribal communities, the United States of America and the world at large.|
|Motto||Men of Valor. Men of Pride|
|Colors||Red, Yellow, Black and White|
|Headquarters||Pembroke, North Carolina|
|Website||Phi Sigma Nu website|
Phi Sigma Nu (ΦΣΝ) is the oldest and largest Native American fraternity in the United States. It was founded in 1996 in North Carolina.
Phi Sigma Nu is a Native American fraternity founded on February 13, 1996 at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. It is the first national Native American Indian fraternity to be formed in the United States.
The Fraternity is governed by a National Chief Council, an elected body of national officers presided over by a Chief President. The current Chief President is Dr. Lawrence T. Locklear.
The Mission Statement of Phi Sigma Nu is:
We, the Brothers of Phi Sigma Nu, empower Native Men to collectively engage in academic, social, cultural and physical realms to promote and inspire growth in tribal families, tribal communities, the United States of America and the world at large.
The Motto of Phi Sigma Nu is "Men of Valor. Men of Pride."
The Fraternity's seven founding Principles are:
The fraternity uses no alcohol in its ceremonies or initiation, as these ceremonies are viewed as a purifying processes.
The Fraternity is recognized by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
As of August 29, 2020 the Fraternity reports it has more than 400 brothers representing more than 55 tribes.
Expanding into multiple states, Phi Sigma Nu numbers 12 chapters, including three active provisional chapters. Additionally the Fraternity recognizes three professional chapters. Active chapters in bold, inactive chapters in italics.
|Alpha||February 13, 1996||University of North Carolina at Pembroke||Pembroke, North Carolina||Active|
|Beta||April 18, 2001||North Carolina State University||Raleigh, North Carolina||Active|
|Gamma||October 31, 2003||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Chapel Hill, North Carolina||Active|
|Delta||April 2, 2006||Oklahoma State University||Stillwater, Oklahoma||Active|
|Epsilon||April 22, 2006||Northeastern State University||Tahlequah, Oklahoma||Active|
|Zeta||November 1, 2007||Arizona State University||Phoenix, Arizona||Active|
|Eta||University of North Carolina at Charlotte||Charlotte, North Carolina||Provisional (inactive)|
|Theta||New Mexico State University||Las Cruces, New Mexico||Provisional (inactive)|
|Iota||April 1, 2014||Haskell Indian Nations University||Lawrence, Kansas||Active|
|Kappa||Dartmouth College||Hanover, New Hampshire||Provisional|
|Lambda||Southeastern Oklahoma State University||Durant, Oklahoma||Provisional|
|St. Gregory's University||St. Gregory's University||Shawnee, Oklahoma||Provisional|
The Fraternity provides for alumni and volunteer networking after graduation with "Professional Chapters" that are formed to provide local alumni support of campus chapters.
|Nu Alpha||December 15, 2007||North Carolina||Active|