The Pi Kappa Phi Fall 2017 individual grades and in and the chapter members overall averaged a 3.267 on Purdue’s 4.0 scale.
Of the 150 total members on the list, 74.0 percent of them earned at least a 3.0 in the fall semester and 7.3 percent of them had a perfect 4.0.
The breakdown of grades of active members vs. new members was about the same. New members accounted for 31 of the chapter’s 150 men on the grade list and 74.2 percent of them had a 3.0 percent or higher and 6.5 percent had a 4.0.
The average GPA for the 119 initiated members was 3.272 for the fall and the 31 new members earned a 3.265.
The fall rankings among the Greek community will not be released until February.