At a Glance

Different from Day One

Pi Kappa Phi was founded by exceptional men who chose to lead. For more than a century, we have stayed true to our roots, developing the next generation of servant leaders who put service before self and work to improve the world around them.
Our History

Our Mission

To create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities.

Our Vision

A future where every Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self and improves the world around him.

Our Public Values

Common Loyalty, Personal Responsibility, Achievement, Accountability, Campus Involvement, Responsible Citizenship, Lifelong Commitment.

Notable Pi Kapps

Exceptional leaders, creators, philanthropists, athletes, and innovators were first Pi Kapps.

Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Tommy Lasorda | Member-at-large

Great American novelist, Thomas Wolfe | Kappa (University of North Carolina)

Senator Lindsey Graham | Alpha (Charleston)

Nobel Prize-winning physicist, Charles Hard Townes | Delta (Furman)

Alabama lead singer, Randy Owen | Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State)

All Notable Pi Kapps
National HQ

Servant Leadership in Action

Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, our National Headquarters is the administrative home to the four entities that make up our greater fraternity: Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation, Pi Kappa Phi Properties and The Ability Experience. Within the walls of the Kelley A. Bergstrom Leadership Center, the national staff works to serve the needs of our fraternity chapters, as well as keep our organizational energy flowing in a consistent, meaningful direction.

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The Creed of
Pi Kappa Phi


I believe that the ideal chapter is made up of men

Who are bound together in a common loyalty
which transcends any personal selfishness;
Who realize that membership means personal responsibility
in bearing their share of the financial burden
of the chapter and the national organization;
Who bring credit to the fraternity by striving to attain
the highest possible standards of scholarship;
Who safeguard the reputation of their chapter
by keeping careful watch over their personal conduct;
Who uphold faithfully the
traditions and activities of their college;
Who prepare themselves diligently to shoulder their
full responsibility as citizens.
I believe that my chapter can become an ideal chapter,
and I shall do my share to make it so.