Phi Kappa Theta (PKT), at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has the distinct role of teaching and encouraging our members to live out their Christian faith. It is our goal to be a light to this campus and to reach out to those around us who may stray from or want to further explore their faith. PKT is composed of five pillars: Spiritual, Leadership, Fraternal, Intellectual, and Social. These pillars act as a foundation for developing our members and their future success after college. The brothers and friendships made will always be there to support and encourage each brother to grow as Christian men.
“Give, expecting nothing thereof.” – St. Thomas Aquinas
Community Service & Philanthropies
Children’s Miracle Network, Badger Catholic Service Team
Phi Kappa Theta has over 50 chapters and colonies across the country.
More than 1,500 men are actively involved in its undergraduate chapters and we have over 50,000 alumni worldwide.
Maroon, Gold, and White
John F. Kennedy – 35th President of the United States
Paul Allen – Co-founder of Microsoft, Owner of Portland Trailblazers and Seattle Seahawks
Keegan-Michael Key – Comedian, MADtv, Key & Pelle
Gary A. Thobidau – Former President of the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Local Re-Founding Date
National Founding Date
April 29, 1959 – formed merger between Phi Kappa (1889) and Theta Kappa Phi (1919)