In Athens since 1949, the Beta Xi Chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity was re-chartered following a brief re-organization in 2011. In just over three years, our brotherhood has grown to nearly 100 men, and we have built the newest fraternity house on or off campus at 558 West Broad Street, at the gateway to downtown Athens.
Our new home is owned and operated by the fraternity, has ample parking, and is located within four blocks of the UGA Arches, downtown Athens and the UGA central campus. You can be in your seats at Sanford Stadium within a five block walk.
Phi Tau is also expanding nationwide, with large colonies underway at the University of Alabama and recent returns to campuses including Ohio State and the University of Colorado in Boulder. Phi Tau is working to redefine the fraternity man, incorporating our rich history and active alumni involvement, along with true membership diversity and a wide array of social programming. Come join us and broaden your collegiate horizons by also leading, learning and serving.