On behalf of all our members, I’d like to welcome you to the official website of Phi Chi Theta at the University of Michigan. PCT is a co-ed professional business fraternity home to a diverse family of driven and empathetic brothers and sisters. Collectively, each and all of us are committed not only to the betterment of each other but also the greater Michigan community.
Moving to Ann Arbor from Hong Kong, my first few weeks at Michigan were overwhelming. I did not know anyone outside of my freshman roommate, I was constantly pulling out Google Maps to find my way around, and I was unsure of how to approach my interest in business as an Engineering student. Overall, I was lacking a community to call home, one that could provide the guidance I needed to find my footing. This feeling lingered until I stumbled upon the PCT booth during Festifall and everything changed. Suddenly, I was surrounded by compassionate individuals who inspired me to better myself in so many facets of life. It is this contagious drive for excellence that has laid the foundation for the cycle of support and mentorship that PCT epitomizes. As current members continue to achieve distinct professional success, they pass down their experience and wisdom to the next generation of brothers and sisters, tirelessly working to help each other grow. I find that the true value of PCT is in the quality of people that make up this family.
From Europe trips to all-nighters at the Ugli, the memories and bonds I’ve formed within this community will last me a lifetime. This community is home to my very best friends on campus and there is not a single doubt in my mind that at any time or place, no matter the circumstance, my PCT family will be there to support me in any way they can.
I encourage you to continue browsing through our website to learn more about our organization and come to our Rush events to meet us in person! Thank you again for your interest and feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
President - Zeta Beta Class of ‘23