Interested in Joining Phi Beta Sigma

Phi Beta Sigma is an organization consisting of collegiate and professional men throughout North America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. These seek to exemplify the high of ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. Membership into Sigma can be obtained in three ways: 

  • Enrollment At A Four-Year College Or University
  • At Least A 2.5 Grade Point Average. If the College/University requires a higher Grade Point Average, that Grade Point Average is the minimum.
  • A minumum of 12 credit hours
  • A History of Community Service
  • Professional, Detail Oriented, Eager To Work, Ready To Serve
  • Civic Minded
  • Payment of All Initiation Fees
  • Successful Completion Of The Membership Intake Process
  • All New Members MUST Join Through The Chapter At Their College Or University.
  • A minimun of 60 credit hours
  • A History of Community Service
  • Professional, Detail Oriented, Eager To Work, Ready To Serve
  • Civic Minded
  • Payment of All Initiation Fees
  • Successful Completion Of The Membership Intake Process
  • All New Members MUST Join Through An Alumni Chapter.
  • Enrollment At A Four-Year College or University
  • At Least A 2.5 Grade Point Average. If the College/University requires a higher Grade Point Average, that Grade Point Average is the minimum.College or University must not have an active charter at that Institution
  • A minumum of 12 credit hours
  • Can only participate in membership intake through an Alumni Chapter
  • A History of Community Service
  • Professional, Detail Oriented, Eager To Work, Ready To Serve
  • Civic Minded
  • Payment of All Initiation Fees
  • Successful Completion Of The Membership Intake Process

Reclaiming Sigma - Brother seeking to reclaim financial membership must

  1. Find a chapter in which to join. If there is no chapter within a forty(40) mile radius, you can seek to become a Member-at-Large
  2. The chapter will provide information on membership dues and reactivation fees. Those seeking membership-at-large must contact the International Headquarters at (202) 726-5434.
  3. Once you find the cost of dues and fees, please submith the PBS 8 (Transfer/Reinstatement Form) to the prospective chapter. Prospective members-at-large must send form and fees to the International Headquarters at 145 Kennedy St., NW Washington, DC 20011

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. DOES NOT Support Hazing As A Requirement For Membership.