Montclair State University/Jersey City State College - New Jersey - 1990 - As the rate of minorities attending colleges
increased, more and more Greek-Lettered Organizations were founded to protect and educate these young men and women about the
problems that faced them as minorities. African-American, Latino-American, Asian-American and Native American-based
organizations expanded to various college campuses across the United States, uplifting their race one member at a time, helping
them through college and through life.
However, increased crime, high dropout rates, racism, homelessness, hunger, inequality in academic and work environments
and all other displays of ignorance are not selective; the victims are as diverse as the issues themselves and it would take
an equally diverse force to to oppose those injustices.
The founding fathers of Psi Sigma Phi understood that simply accepting all cultures does not equal embracing them and
in a highly interdependent and hyphenated society, they needed an organization that embraced multiculturalism. With
that notion, through a very vigorous process and the overcoming of many obstacles, a brotherhood was forged and Psi Sigma
Phi was born.
Since December 12, 1990, the Almighty Knights of Psi Sigma Phi, through service and education, have uplifted hundreds
and affected thousands and will continue to do so throughout their existence. That is our purpose; that is our struggle.