Pi Kappa Phi has a multitude of ways to stay involved as an alumnus. Read below to learn about the various types as well as how to start your own alumni organization.
Alumni chapters and housing corporations are separate organizations within the fraternity whose purpose is to connect and engage alumni of a particular chapter or to secure and maintain competitive housing for a particular student chapter. Many housing corporations own chapter houses, while many will also lease houses if ownership is not possible. Because they are organized around one particular chapter, many housing corporations also perform the functions of alumni chapters.
Regional Alumni Associations
Alumni associations exist to provide members in the same geographical area, regardless of chapter affiliation, age or life stage, consistent opportunities to connect with each other and the greater Fraternity, facilitate friendships, foster awareness, pride, engagement and service and fulfill their pledge of lifelong brotherhood.
Pi Kappa Phi has a variety of affinity groups that allow gathering opportunities for people who share a common identity.
Starting an Alumni Group
Starting an alumni group may seem simple, but it can be a very complex process. Regardless of what type of group you want to start (alumni chapter or housing corporation), you should first answer this question: What will the organization work to accomplish and how will it work to benefit the fraternity?
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