The brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi strives to uphold the ideals established by their founding fathers. Founded on the premise of creating leadership opportunities for our members, brothers of Pi Kappa Phi exemplify leadership in the classroom, on the athletic fields, as well as in the greater community.

Pi Kappa Phi is the only national fraternity that owns and operates a nonprofit service organization, The Ability Experience. This organization focuses on serving people with mental and physical disabilities of all kinds. The brothers take pride in giving back to their own cause through fundraising, awareness, and local volunteerism.

The Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi at Presbyterian College excels in the areas of leadership, scholarship, service and maintaining a true brotherhood. Members have the opportunity to build strong relationships and create friendships that will last well beyond the college experience.

The Official Pi Kapp Symbols
Founded: December 10, 1904, at The College of Charleston in Charleston, SC
National Philanthropy: The Ability Experience
Official Colors: White, Gold, and Royal Blue
Official Flower: Red Rose
Official Symbol: Bell, Star, & Lamp
Coat of Arms:  PKP-small

For more information about the Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, please contact Zach Crumlich,

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