2021 District Council Meetings

Under Fraternity governance, the biennial District Council meetings will be hosted the first three weekends in August. Chapters are required to send at least two delegates. During the meetings, members will focus on training and education related to the Fraternity and their chapters. A critical aspect of District Council Meetings is the election of Archons. Archons elected at these meetings will sit on the Executive Council until the summer of 2023.


Advance Registration Required

If you are planning on serving your chapter as a delegate at the District Council meeting, you are required to register in advance through the Phi Psi Portal. After logging in, click on “Event Registration” to complete the process.

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Dates & Locations

District I:
  • Dates: August 7-8, 2021
  • City: Scranton, PA
  • Location: Town Place Suites Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
District II:
  • Date: August 21-22, 2021
  • City: Columbus, OH
  • Hotel: Homewood Suites Columbus/OSU
District III: 
  • Date: August 7-8, 2021
  • City: Indianapolis, IN
  • Hotel: Courtyard Indianapolis at the Capital
District IV: 
  • Date: August 21-22, 2021
  • City: Atlanta, GA
  • Hotel: Homewood Suites Atlanta Airport North
District V:
  • Date: August 14-15, 2021
  • City: Lawerence, KS
  • Hotel: Undergraduates will stay at the University of Kansas (Kansas Alpha) chapter house
District VI: 
  • Date: August 14-15, 2021
  • City: Los Angeles, CA
  • Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites Los Angeles LAX/El Segundo


Archon Elections

A critical aspect of District Council meetings is the election of Archons. Elected by brothers in their District, an Archon is an undergraduate brother that will sit on the Phi Kappa Psi Executive Council. Archons elected at the District Council meeting will sit on the Executive Council until the summer of 2023.

Declare Your Candidacy

The Archon candidacy form is now closed for submissions. Archon nominations can be made at the District Council meeting. Further information will be given at each meeting should an individual nominate themself or be nominated by a fellow brother. Please expect to answer the following questions during the meeting:

  • Introduction: Please include a short bio of yourself, how you stay involved on both your campus and in Phi Psi and any other information you feel is important to share with us.
  • What does being a member of a national fraternity mean to you both as an individual and as a member of your chapter?
  • Pick a section of The Creed and explain it importance to you as a man and as a potential Archon.
  • What do you want to accomplish in your role as an Archon?
  • Why do you feel you are qualified for the Archon position? What strengths do you bring to this position?


Frequently Asked Questions

Chapter delegates must register no later than two weeks prior to their district’s meeting. If you chapter leadership received an email about travel assistance, the deadline to register is three weeks in advance.

To determine which district your chapter is in, please use this link.

Travel assistance will only be available to those who live outside a driving radius of the District Council Meeting location. Your chapter leadership should receive an email if your chapter qualifies for travel assistance.

Overnight accommodations for undergraduates will be provided. Alumni Associations will be provided a list of accommodations if they desire to make a reservation.

It is your chapter’s responsibility to appoint a delegate(s) to attend the District Council Meetings. We have budgeted for two undergraduate brothers per chapter to attend from each chapter along with archon candidates (not counted as a delegate).

To be an Archon, you must be an initiated undergraduate member. You must also meet certain academic and community service standards. For more information or to apply, use this link. Additional information is forthcoming.

Meetings will begin after lunch on that Saturday. During the meeting, we will address district business, provide an update on the National Fraternity and hold Archon Elections. Additional business will be discussed surrounding chapter needs for the upcoming academic year. After the meetings have concluded, attendees will take part in a evening event and dinner.

At this time, we do not anticipate having formal plans on Sunday morning. Undergraduates and alumni are welcome to leave the meeting location at their discretion.