Pi Kappa Phi is committed to supporting each of our members, alumni, volunteers and chapters during the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). While we do not intend to provide recommendations specific to COVID-19, we will provide recommendations for continuing chapter operations and updates regarding future Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience events.
Update as of 3.17.2020: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Council has made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person 57th Supreme Chapter meeting experience scheduled for mid-July in Baltimore. We ultimately came to this decision with an abundance of caution and concern for the well-being of our members in mind. Please continue reading below for frequently asked questions.
When you join Pi Kappa Phi, you’re joining a diverse family of brothers that encourages you to aim higher and dream bigger. You’ll learn more, become more, contribute more and stretch yourself further for the better. Beyond irreplaceable friendships, you’ll have access to a resourced network of over 130,000 ready to support you through all life’s stages.
As the only national fraternity to establish and maintain its own non-profit organization, we pride ourselves in taking the lead when we see a need. Through The Ability Experience, we’re working to create a more inclusive community that recognizes and values the abilities of all people, focusing on those living with disabilities.