Statistics from the fall semester once again show that Pi Kappa Phi sets the standard for the Purdue fraternity system
Each semester, Purdue’s office of Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life, complies data about chapter size, average GPA, service hours and philanthropic fund raising. Pi Kappa Phi was in the top quarter in each.
This is where Pi Kappa Phi ranks out of 42 campus fraternities:
• No. 1 in philanthropic fun-raising with $73,563, almost double the closest competitor’s $40,708.
• No. 1 in service hours with 2,430, half again the second highest chapter that had 1,534 hours.
• No. 2 in chapter size at 166 members. The largest chapter had one more member, 167. The average Interfraternity Council chapter size was 75 members.
• No. 11 in average GPA at 3.14. The top chapter was Sigma Phi Epsilon had a 3.43 average GPA, but it had only 14 members. The all-male average was 3.03 and the all-IFC average was 3.02. Only 3 of the Top 15 chapters had 100 members or more, with Pi Kappa Phi having nearly 50 percent more members than either of the other 2. Six of the chapters that ranked above Pi Kappa Phi had fewer than 50 members averaged into their GPAs.
You can find the Fall 2019 Purdue Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life report here.