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The men of Phi Sigma Kappa are committed to giving back to the community we live. Each semester, we host and promote events that contribute to DeKalb and NIU community organizations. We donate our time and our funds to make lives better.  Below is a list of organizations we donated our time and resources over the past year.  To learn more about the our philanthropy and community service opportunities please contact our philanthropy chairman, at philanthropy@pskniu.org or click to call 815-977-7560 x 45


  

DeKalb Area Organizations/Causes we've donated our resources and time over the past years

  

American Cancer Society (Relay for Life)

American Red Cross

Anchor Splash (Delta Gamma)

Big Brother / Big Sister Bowling for Kids Sake

DeKalb Corn Fest

DeKalb Fire Department

DeKalb / Kishwaukee YMCA

Dream Man (Delta Zeta)

Dialogue on Diversity

Egyptian Theater / Amenti Haunted House

Greek Physique (Phi Kappa Sigma)

Greek Row Clean Up (Phi Sigma Kappa)

Hope Haven Homeless Family Shelter

Kickball Tournament (Sigma Alpha Mu)

March of Dimes

Multiple Sclerosis Society

NIU Cares Day

NIU Remembers “Day of Reflection/Forward Together Forward"

Oak Crest Retirement Center

Salvation Army

Tails Animal Shelter / Tails Humane Society

Yordon Speaking Event

 


 

STUDENT / CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS PSK ARE MEMBERS

 

American Financial Planners (AFP)

American Marketing Association (AMA)

Asian American Association

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Campus Crusade for Christ

College Republicans (CR)

Communicative Disorders Majors Club

Cornerstone (SALT)

Deaf Pride Club

Entrepreneur Club

Financial Management Association (FMA)

Golden Key Honor Society

History Club

Interfraternity Council (IFC) *

Intervarsity

Kinesiology and Physical Education Club (KNPE)

Math Club *

Mortar Board Honor Society *

NIU Investment Club

NIU Men's Basketball Team *

NIU Men's Rugby

OMIS Student Advisory Board *

Portfolio Investment Club

Pre Professional Association (PPA)

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) *

Red Riot *

Society for Hospitality Administration (SHA)

Sociology Advancement Committee (SAC)

Sociology Club

Student Accountancy Society (SAS)

Student Association (SA) *

Student Health Organization (SHO)

Supporting Opportunities for Latinos (SOL)

Ultimate Frisbee Club

 

 

* Members have a significant leadership role in this organization (i.e., President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director, Captain)

 

 


 

ACADEMIC MAJORS OF OUR MEMBERS

 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Accountancy

Administration

Finance

Management

Marketing

Operations & Information Management

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Elementary Education

Kinesiology

Physical Education

 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Electrical

Industrial & Systems

Mechanical

Technology

 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Communicative Disorders

Health Sciences

Nursing

Nutrition, Dietetics, & Hospitality Administration

 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES

Biological Sciences

Communication Studies

History

Journalism

Mathematical Sciences

Political Science

Psychology

Sociology

 

COLLEGE OF VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

Art Education

 

 

 


OUR NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY

 

Special Olympics International was chosen by delegates to the 55th General Convention as the international service project of Phi Sigma Kappa.

Special Olympics is an international program of year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with mental retardation. Its goal is for all persons with mental retardation to have the chance to become useful and productive citizens who are accepted and respected in their communities. The benefits of participation in Special Olympics for people with mental retardation include improved physical fitness and motor skills, greater self-confidence, a more positive self-image, friendships and increased family support.

Founded by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Special Olympics operates in 95 percent of all the counties in the United States, hosting more than 15,000 events in schools, centers, and cities at the local, area and chapter level. A state directory is provided for your convenience.

Special Olympics has favorable name recognition with 98% of the United States public and its events are covered by 72 percent of all newspapers and television stations. Of 96 non-profit organizations ranked by respondents of a recent poll, Special Olympics was viewed at the most credible charity.

Phi Sigma Kappa has aligned itself with an organization which is sure to provide lifetime opportunities for both undergraduates and alumni. Programming ideas are endless.

 


 


 

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1300 Blackhawk Road
DeKalb, IL 60115
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