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Brother balances being a student and volunteer firefighter
Jenni Herrema (Gamma Mu Chapter) volunteers as a firefighter and a medical first responder all while being an active student on her campus and in our organization.

Alum designs your next favorite roller coaster

Jeff Hornick designs and builds roller coasters for Busch Gardens. Jeff is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Florida (Epsilon Delta Chapter).

Member goes under the sea

Jessica Fain, a 2011 graduate of East Tennessee State University (Epsilon Xi Chapter), and her team plan to live and work under the sea for 72 days!

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National Alumni Association (NAA)

The Capital Alumni Chapter enjoying a baseball game. NAA can enjoy the benefits of being a part of an Alumni Chapter.
The Capital Alumni Chapter enjoying a baseball game. NAA Members can enjoy the benefits of being a part of an Alumni Chapter.
Whether you are a new graduate or have lost touch through the years, membership in the National Alumni Association (NAA) will increase your connection to the Fraternity. The purpose of the National Alumni Association is simple: to extend the benefits of Brotherhood beyond the collegiate years through social, educational and charitable opportunities. Members of the NAA enjoy benefits that include, being kept informed, event discounts, networking opportunities, acknowledgements of distinction and a stronger connection with the National Organization.

In April 2003, the National Council created the National Alumni Association as a way to reconnect with Phi Sigma Pi's over 44,000 Alumni and to establish a positive role model for the thousands of collegiate Members nationwide who follow in their footsteps each year. The NAA is currently managed by the Fraternity.


The National Alumni Association is an avenue for Alumni to find a balance between family, professional and civic demands with a genuine commitment to the Fraternity. The vision of the National Alumni Association embraces the belief that, in ways significantly different from their collegiate counterparts, Alumni are in fact the present and future of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.

2012 Wood Recipient
2012 Rolla F. Wood Graduate Scholarship Recipient
Patrick Herron
Phi Sigma Pi provides National Alumni Association Members with:
  • Opportunities: Be eligible to apply for the Rolla F. Wood Graduate Scholarship, attend professional networking receptions, participate in a local Alumni organization (when applicable), and encourage future Alumni to be involved by donating a NAA membership back to your chapter.
  • Publications: Stay informed and connected to the Fraternity through The Purple & Gold/The Lampadion magazine and special email announcements.
  • Discounts: Receive discount auto insurance rates through Geico, as well as discounts on National events.
More importantly your membership donation enables Phi Sigma Pi to:
  • Maintain our Alumni database
  • Sponsor National events like Alumni Convention and National Convention
  • Assist Collegiate Chapters in their local Alumni efforts
  • Provide support to existing local Alumni Organizations and the formation of new ones
Ready to rise to the challenge? Joining costs as little as $31 per year. Now you can stay involved with Phi Sigma Pi and help the Fraternity that meant so much to you during your collegiate years. Joining the National Alumni Association is a quick, easy and effective way to start the transition from collegiate to professional. There is nothing to lose and much to gain.

Starting in August 2013, memberships run on the fiscal year calendar (July 1- June 30).


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