Achieving academics, service and leadership is the basis of the brotherhood at Pi Kappa Phi at Purdue.
The Spring 2020 Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life statistics compiled by bear that out. Here’s where Pi Kappa Phi ranks among the 42 fraternities at Purdue:
• No. 2 in philanthropy dollars raised at $17,701. Of the 42 chapters, only 19 reporting raising anything
• No. 3 in chapter size at 147 members. The Interfraternity average membership was 75.
• No. 15 with 157 service hours**
• No. 17 semester GPA at 3.48* and No. 5 cumulative GPA at 3.32
Among individual grades, here’s the chapter breakout:
• 31 members had 4.0 GPAs in the spring, 21.1%
• 122 members had a 3.0 or higher in the spring, 83.0%
• 84 members were either on the dean’s list or earned semester academic honors, 57.1%
Pi Kappa Phi tries to set the standard for fraternities at Purdue. The chapter and its members consistently win awards reflecting excellence. Consider the following:
• Purdue RB Stewart Award winner, top chapter award, 10 of the last 13 years, including the last 3 years in a row which includes 2020
• Purdue Interfraternity Council Philanthropist of the Year, 4 of the last 10 years, including 2020 (Campbell Boston)
• Phil Summers Pi Kappa Phi National Student of the Year Award, 3 of the last 12 years out of nearly 200 chapters nationwide, including 2019 (Nate Longo)
• 2020 North American Individual Award of Distinction, 2020 (Nate Longo)
• 82 Journey of Hope cross-country riders for The Ability Experience since 1991
• 2019 North American Interfraternity Conference Award of Distinction, 1 of 5 chapters nationwide recognized as top fraternity in the nation
We invite you to consider joining our chapter this fall. Recruitment will look a lot different than previous years. All recruitment events will be by appointment only or via Zoom. Contact recruitment chairman Adam Cseh (pronounced SHAY), email@example.com, 574/850-7789, assistant Michael Bailey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 317/418-5330, or chapter president (aka archon) Erik Wilson, email@example.com, 440/318-5630.
Use this link in order to make contact with the chapter leadership and schedule a time to talk with us.
Recruitment is competitive at our chapter. Oftentimes we have 1 person offered an invitation to membership for every 10 who express an interest. What will bring you to the top of the list is high school or college academic achievement; participation on service work in high school, in the community or with your church; or prior leadership positions (sports team captain, class officer, club officer, student council, mission trip supervisor, etc.).
We are located in a white limestone house at 330 N. Grant St., 1 block north of the Purdue Memorial Union and across from Purdue’s Grissom Hall.
* Spring 2020 grades were a bit inflated throughout campus due to in-person classes being canceled after spring break. Historically, the chapter ranks in the Top 10 and prior semester statistics can be found here.
** Due to the cancelation of in-person classes after spring break, 1 of our 2 major service-hour events and fund-raiser was not held.