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The Shield of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity designed by W.
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The list of Phi Beta Sigma brothers (commonly referred to as "Sigmas") includes initiated and honorary members of Phi Beta Sigma (ΦΒΣ). Founded on January 9, 1914 on the campus of Howard Universitymarker in Washington, D.C.marker, Phi Beta Sigma has opened chapters at other colleges, universities, and cities, and named them with Greek-letters. Members traditionally are initiated into a chapter, although some members are granted honorary membership status. A chapter name ending in "Sigma" denotes a graduate chapter. No chapter of Phi Beta Sigma is designated Omega, the last letter of the Greek alphabet that traditionally signifies "the end". Deceased brothers are respectfully referred to as having joined The Omega Chapter.

The fraternity through its college and alumni chapters serves the community through many chapters in the United States, Germany, The Bahamas, South Korea, Japan, and Africa.
Founders Library at Howard University's Campus.
Howard University was the site of the founding of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.


The fraternity has been led by 33 International Presidents and its membership includes five African Presidents, a United States President, two Governors, three Congressmen, the first black Rhodes Scholar, numerous NFL football, NBA basketball, and MLB baseball players, an Ultimate Fighter, three Hall of Fame Athletes, seven college/university presidents, and sixteen Olympians. Various buildings and schools have been named after Sigma men such as George Washington Carver, James Weldon Johnson, and Robert Russa Moton.

The fraternity will celebrate its centennial anniversary on January 9, 2014.

Listed below are notable Phi Beta Sigma men such as the founders, international presidents, and members who are involved in the fields of arts and entertainment, business, civil rights, education, health, law, politics, science, and sports.

The Founders of Phi Beta Sigma

International Presidents

Listed below are the 33 men who have served as International President.

Science/Education/Medicine

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Civic Leaders, Politicians & Activists

Heads of State

United States Congressmen

Military Leaders

State Congressmen

Mayors

Judges

Activists & Other Leaders

Business

Entertainment

Sports

American Football

Baseball

Basketball

Track & Field

Other Sports

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