Matt Springer is a junior studying Finance and Accounting with OSU's College of Business with a minor in Economics. Matt is from Newberg, Oregon and in his free time he enjoys weightlifting and playing basketball.
As President, Matt's role is to be the face of the chapter and work for our best interests with our national fraternity, the university and IFC.
Garrett is from Redwoods California and is a Fisheries and Wildlife Science major. Garrett did wrestling in high school and loves to hang out with other members in the house.
As Vice President, Garret is tasked with coordinating the communication and internal workings a of the chapter, as well as managing all committees. With this he works on making sure committee chairman have all the tools necessary to execute strong leadership.
Blake is a senior studying Finance and is from Bend, Oregon. As a freshman, Blake played quarterback at Willamette University. He enjoys hiking and has even been to 5 out of 7 major peaks in Central Oregon. This summer he will be doing an internship in Germany with a marketing and consulting firm.
Blake's role in the fraternity, is to help the chapter meet its financial obligations while making sure our chapter has the ability to meet our goals by collecting, budgeting, and spending funds.
Lucas is a junior here at Oregon State and is studying with the University's College of Business. He enjoys basketball, water polo and hanging out with his friends during his free time. Currently Lucas has an internship with the Beaver's Athletic Department for the upcoming school year.
Lucas' job is to communicate and improve relations with other organizations outside of the chapter. He communicates with our national headquarters and other Greek houses on campus, as well as writing articles for our national and local chapter magazine the Orange Peel.
Max is studying mechanical engineering at Oregon State's College of Engineering and is from Bellingham,Washington. Max enjoys all things cars and is an exceptional brother in the house.
As Recording Secretary, Max takes meeting minutes/notes for all chapters and other important meetings we have as a fratnerity. He also makes sure that the brothers in the house can see the notes if they miss a meeting, and updates our Chapter By-Laws.
Colin is a marketing major with OSU's College of Business and is from Fort Collins, Colorado. He also loves photography and enjoys kickin' it with the boys. Colin is a stand up guy and is a very active and phenomenal member of Phi Kappa Psi.
Colin's job as Historian is do record everything we do as Phi Psi's throughout the year. Whether it be rush/recruitment events, participating in philanthropies, during community service, hosting our own philanthropy or just hanging out at the house.
Sergeant at Arms
Andrew is a junior at Oregon State University studying construction engineering, and is from Hillsboro, Oregon. In high school he did wrestling and football and is an outstanding member of Phi Kappa Psi.
Andrew's position as the Sergeant at Arms is do be the protector of the chapter. He protects our rituals, secrets and the house in general whatever the occasion. He enforces the dress code of our formal chapter meetings as he sees fit, and makes sure our chapter meetings run smoothly.
Colten is a junior at Oregon State University studying engineering and is from Newberg, Oregon. Colten loves playing sports whether it is basketball, football, baseball and is always an easy guy to talk to.
Colten's role as the messenger is to keep the brotherhood informed of everything going on with the house. He also sorts the mail and organizes the house calendar, ensuring that the brotherhood is fully informed of important upcoming events with plenty of notice.
Colin is a sophomore at Oregon State University and is from Seattle, Washington. He plays rugby for OSU and has plenty of experience about being a righteous moral rolemodel in the past and can't wait to fill the position for the house.
As the Chaplain, he is the moral compass of the house. He helps members deal with issues going on in their lives, and direct them to off campus resources if need be. He says it is great to be able to help brothers out in this way and keep the morale of the house strong. He additionally provides inspirational quotes of his choosing at our weekly chapter meetings.