President's Welcome

On behalf of the brothers of the Zeta Chapter, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the official website of Phi Chi Theta here at Boston University. I encourage you to explore our website and learn more about the uniquely passionate and motivated individuals that make up the Zeta Chapter.

PCT has guided me in a pathway that has developed valuable skills to further my career. My experience as a brother has been extraordinary, creating important professional relationships along with lifelong friendships. I cherish these relationships that have and will help me grow. The global community PCT offers ensures connections not only on campus, but anywhere you go. Each and every brother is unique in their own way, coming from all around the world. These various personalities is one of the many things I love about PCT.

I feel honored to lead such an incredible organization and am looking forward to this upcoming spring semester. Thank you for your interest in PCT and feel free to reach out with questions and/or concerns.


Jonathan Luo  |  President, Zeta Chapter




Phi Chi Theta Zeta Chapter is a co-ed professional business fraternity with a focus in technology. Nevertheless, we accept students of all majors at Boston University. Unlike other professional organizations on campus, our mission centers around social and digital entrepreneurship, providing the social and networking resources required to navigate the turbulent business world. Learn more about us during rush week!

Ellen Kim (QST '20) | Joseph Kao (QST '20)

Ellen Kim (QST '20) | Joseph Kao (QST '20)


The Brotherhood Revitalized

        Phi Chi Theta is a national co-educational business fraternity founded on June 16, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois. Founded by six women, Phi Chi Theta was formed from the merging of two competing business fraternities, Phi Theta Kappa and Phi Kappa Epsilon. With over 20,000 members and alumni across the country, Phi Chi Theta continues to expand. Phi Chi Theta is a member of and affiliated with the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Professional Fraternity Association (PFA), and the College Fraternity Editors Association (CFEA).        

         As one of the eight original founding chapters of the national fraternity, Phi Chi Theta Zeta was originally chartered at Boston University in the 1920s. After curtailing in the 1970s, a team of 11 students met in 2014 with the mission of reactivating the local founding chapter. Today Phi Chi Theta Zeta has over 60 members, all with the mission of leveraging their professional careers to provide positive social change to the world around them. Open to all majors and minors, Phi Chi Theta is leading the way for innovative and forward-minded students to come together to develop their professional interests. With an emphasis on technology, entrepreneurship, and social responsibility, Phi Chi Theta is a unique addition to the professional fraternity scene on campus.

Eugene Kim (CAS '19) | Mike Qin (QST '19)

Eugene Kim (CAS '19) | Mike Qin (QST '19)