Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated
Zeta Beta Sigma Chapter
Founding Date: January 9, 1914
Founding Location: Howard University, Washington, DC
Charter Date (Zeta Beta Sigma Chapter):
Fraternity Flower: White Carnation
Fraternity Symbol: Dove
Fraternity Colors: Royal Blue and Pure White
Founders: Abram Langston Taylor, Leonard Frances Morse, and Charles Ignatius Brown
Fraternity Pillars: Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service
Mission Statement: The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma are the Fraternity’s most valuable resource and strength. They are the primary means by which the Phi Beta Sigma objectives will be achieved. In order to accomplish the Fraternity’s objectives, it is essential that systems are instituted that effectively embody “Culture For Service and Service For Humanity” and promote brotherhood, scholarship and service.
To optimize Phi Beta Sigma’s effectiveness, the Fraternity will:
Strengthen and serve proactively the brotherhood, as a supportive resource that positively impacts the Fraternity’s growth and financial solvency.
Reaffirm and maintain a strong commitment to brotherhood, scholarship and service.
Ensure that the Fraternity programs are focused and committed to serving humanity.
Create an environment that respects the dignity and worth of each brother.
Exhibit integrity and ethical behavior in conducting the Fraternity’s business. serving as a model for all Greek-letter organizations.
Maintain and improve the Fraternity’s technological literacy, in order to better service its members and the community at large.
Foster and nurture our constitutional bond with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Encourage a closer and mutually beneficial working relationship with fellow Greek-letter organizations, other community service organizations, businesses and government.
Select leaders who are committed and have demonstrated their ability to lead.
Fraternity Motto: Culture For Service and Service For Humanity
NATIONAL WEBSITE: https://phibetasigma1914.org/
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