Statistics released on Feb. 15, 2016, support the claim that the Omega chapter is among the best at Purdue.
For the Fall Semester 2015, Pi Kappa Phi rankings were as follows:
• No. 1 in philanthropy dollars raised (includes Journey of Hope riders and campus fund-raising), $76,122.
• No. 1 in service hours, 3,030.
• No. 4 in size, 140 members.
• No. 6 in grades, 3.09 semester index (3.12 cumulative).
Further analysis of the statistics make the contrasts among Purdue’s 41 fraternities even more stark.
The closest fraternity in fund-raising was at $39,262, less than half Pi Kappa Phi. The closest one in service hours was 1,691. The average fraternity and sorority member did 7.65 hours of service. Pi Kappa Phi’s average was 21.6 hours per member.
Two chapters tied for No. 1 in membership at 152. The third most had 144. The average IFC chapter size was 75 members. The 40 fraternities have a combined membership of 3,081.
The all-men’s GPA in Fall 2015 was 2.92, while the all fraternity GPA average was 2.91. At 3.09, Pi Kappa Phi was 0.11 from the first place finisher that earned a 3.20 GPA.