On August 22, 1994, the conception of Phi Rho Eta Fraternity, Inc. was given light at Southern Illinois University. A brotherhood created with the purpose of ameliorating the host of social diseases that have plagued our communities for far too long, Phi Rho Eta Fraternity, Inc. has worked relentlessly to establish itself as a brotherhood committed in purpose and action to transforming the plight of African-Americans everywhere.
The founders, Marvin Randolph and Lamont Taylor, themselves raised in neighborhoods that overflowed with the social diseases of drugs, violence, poverty, and hopelessness, established the organization on the premise that it would promote the principles of Pride, Respect, and Excellence. The founders sought to form a brotherhood that would work to set the standard of manhood, an organization comprised of Charismatic men striving to model and teach exemplary positive behavior.
The men of Phi Rho Eta are just so smooth.