pi beta phi
michigan gamma CHAPTER
Chapter website: www.pibetaphi.org/msu
National website: www.pibetaphi.org
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QUICK FACTS ABOUT PI BETA PHI:
Nickname: Pi Phi
Chapter house address: 343 N. Harrison
Date founded: April 28, 1867
Color(s): Wine and Silver Blue
Mascot/Symbol: Arrow and Angel
ABOUT PI BETA PHI AT MICHIGAN STATE:
Michigan State University’s Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded on February, 17, 1945. Our house is located at 343 North Harrison Road, just minutes away from the Brody Complex. Nationally, Pi Beta Phi was founded at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois on April 28th, 1867. Pi Phi was founded with the original name I.C. Sororis; the first national fraternity for women, modeled after the Greek-letter fraternities of men. Pi Beta Phi is a premier organization for women, based on philanthropic service, sincere friendship, integrity, personal and intellectual growth, honor and respect, and lifelong commitment.
GPA REQUIREMENT: 2.8
Nationally, Pi Beta Phi's philanthropies revolve around literacy. All of our philanthropic efforts go toward Links to Literacy, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, First Book Organization and Arrow in the Artic. Pi Beta Phi's primary fundraising events are an Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Broomball. The Annual Spaghetti dinner is held for sisters, their families and members of the Michigan State University Community every fall. Broomball is a hockey-like tournament held every spring at Munn Ice Arena, where the Greek community is invited to compete in the tournament. Additionally, Pi Beta Phis participate in Champions are Readers, in which members visit local schools and read with the children.
2018 CALENDAR YEAR
Community Involvement Award.
2017 CALENDAR YEAR:
Risk Prevention and Administration Award
2016 CALENDAR YEAR:
Community Involvement Award
Order of Omega Emerging Leader Award- Loryn Baughman
2014 CALENDAR YEAR:
Chapter President of the Year