About Our Fraternity
Phi Theta Pi takes pride in our progressive fraternity. We were first established as an all male fraternity May 15, 1926, by Richard G. Cole and Everett O. Fenton in Des Moines, Iowa. Phi Theta Pi gained international status on October 26, 1936, as a way to broaden the scope of organizations and activities. One of the great accomplishments of our fraternity is that in 1995 we became co-ed, allowing for all students the opportunity to become members of Phi Theta Pi.
We Phi Theta Pi are a select group of 22,000 members from our inception 100 years ago. To date, Phi Theta Pi has 50 chapters across the United States and Canada. Our alumni along with our current working alumni have a proven work history in various fields. These include: Education from high school to college professors and college administrators. Other areas include: Finance, Law Enforcement, Computer Technology, Accounting, Management, Special Investigations, Auditing, Business owners, and Cyber Technology. Community leaders in organizations as Kiwanis International, Rotary International, Lions etc. with state and International leadership.
Members of Phi Theta Pi are students concerned with international business and commerce, as well as encouraging scholarship, loyalty, and cooperation. We believe that “fraternity life is not the enjoyment of special privileges but an opportunity to prepare for wide and wise human service.”
Sean Szpak, Grand Vice President
Sean Szpak is the Grand Vice President of Phi Theta Pi Fraternity. He joined the Delta Beta Chapter in 2010 and and graduated from Tiffin Alumni in 2013. He has been serving the Grand Board since 2017.
Tony Serluco, Grand President
Tony Serluco is the current Grant President of Phi Theta Pi fraternity. He joined the Delta Beta Chapter at Tiffin University and was also a part of the Epsilon Sigma Pi honor society, which is the highest academic honors society for college students.
Chris Bacisin, Grand Chairman
Christopher Bacisin is the current Grand Chairman of the Phi Theta Pi fraternity. He joined the Delta Beta chapter in 2010 and graduated from Tiffin University in 2013. Fraternity life has been an integral part of his life since he pledged, and it is now a foundation for his day-to-day life as he serves the board.
John Wilson, Grand Secretary & Treasurer
John Wilson is the current Grant Secretary & Treasurer of the Phi Theta Pi fraternity. He joined the Delta Beta Chapter at Tiffin University in 1986. Today, he owns and operates his own business, which gives him the flexibility to volunteer in both his community service and the fraternity.