Who are we

Phi Kappa Theta

The Georgia Tech Gamma Tau chapter was established in 1969, and is going strong today. We Phi Kaps focus on the five developmental pillars of our fraternity: spiritual, fraternal, intellectual, social, and leadership. By exemplifying these characteristics, the brothers of Phi Kappa Theta form a close-knit family. This lets us lean on each other in the academic challenges that we all face as students of Georgia Tech, as well in the challenges of daily life. Through intramural sports, camping trips, campus involvement, and other activities, Phi Kappa Theta helps build character in the parts of life that academic effort cannot. Overall, Phi Kappa Theta encourages the inherent social nature of man, and develops brothers who are outgoing, giving, and confident.


Letter from the President

I know I might be a bit biased in saying this, but joining Phi Kap has been one of the best decisions of my college career––if not my life––so far. I am so thankful for having had the opportunity to spend my time here at Tech with this brotherhood. Each of us brings an important piece of ourselves to the table, and I truly mean it when I call these men my brothers. I am constantly humbled by my friends’ diversity of interests and accomplishments, and I am so glad to be a part of their lives. I can’t speak enough on the brotherhood these men have formed.

Our doors are always open, so please always feel comfortable stopping by and hanging with the Phi Kaps. We look forward to it.

Matthew Dacey-Koo
Chapter President

Recent Achievements

Mini 500 Three-peat

In the last three years, our chapter has placed first in the Fraternal division of the traditional Georgia Tech Mini 500 Race. A tradition since 1969, the Mini 500 is a staple of the school’s Homecoming Traditions. Teams design and race tricycles for eight laps around Peters Parking Deck