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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc was founded on the campus of Howard University on January 9, 1914 by 3 honorable men: A. Langston Taylor, Charles I Brown, and Leonard F. Morse.

The "Awesome" Zeta Alpha Chapter was founded on May 1, 1931 on the campus of Tennessee State University by 2 distinguished people, one of which for whom our prized Physics and Mathematics Building is named after Alger V. Boswell.

Tennessee Chapters of Phi Beta Sigma

Kappa - Meharry Medical College
Alpha Gamma - Fisk University
Alpha Rho - Austin Peay State University
Beta Zeta - LeMoyne-Owen College
Beta Eta - Knoxville College
Delta Epsilon - Lane College
Delta Nu - University of Memphis
Zeta Alpha - Tennessee State University
Iota Mu - Middle Tennessee State University
Kappa Omicron - University of Tennessee, Martin
Kappa Chi - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Xi Upsilon - University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Alpha Beta Delta - Christian Brothers University
Alpha Gamma Alpha - Vanderbilt University

Graduate Chapters

Eta Beta Sigma - Nashville
Tau Iota Sigma - Knoxville