Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is an international association that has become a legacy of excellence. The lineage of greatness began on January 9, 1914 with the three noble founders: Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, and Honorable Charles I. Brown, on the campus of Howard University, Washington, DC. These proud men formed a chain of esteemed scholars striving to make a difference in society through the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship and Service.
Over 100 years later and with over 150,000 members initiated, the Brotherhood has evolved into one of the nation’s oldest African American institutions. Sigma men are the high achievers, movers and shakers of their times. Membership in Sigma has its privileges: professional development, systematic approach to organizational planning, progressive and innovative programs, first-class social functions, an opportunity for community involvement, and an international network of life-long friendships.
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Cincinnati Alumni Brothers and members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. attended Gray Road Church for Blue & White Church Service.
Join the Cincinnati Alumni chapter on Saturday, September 29, for a night of celebrating “Black Excellence” at the annual Orchid Ball.
From Bigger & Better Business to our Sigma Beta Club, our programs embody our motto "Culture for service, service for humanity".
Our signature event, the Orchid Ball, celebrates the men of Phi Beta Sigma with our community partners.
The Caleb Brown Scholarship is available to African American males graduating from Cincinnati-area high school.
Our Sigma Beta Club is a youth affiliate entity of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, supporting young boys between the ages of 8-18.
We have partnered with the Cincinnati School for Creative & Performing Arts through our Adopt-a-School program.
Preparing taxes free of charge through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) Programs.
Cheer on your favorite college basketball team while donating to fund Delta Theta Sigma’s key programs.
The March of Dimes is one of Phi Beta Sigma’s oldest national partnerships helping reduce premature birth.