Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers

As Pi Kappa Phi’s officer training institute, Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers prepares newly elected, re-elected officers and key committee chairmen for their roles as leaders of their chapter.

Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers 2022

Pi Kappa Phi's annual executive council training, Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers, will be held in person this January. If you have questions, please contact your Chapter Relationship Manager or the Training & Development Team.

Chapter City Assignments

Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers 2022 Details

Pi Kappa Phi’s annual conference for chapter leadership, Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers will be held on the following dates:

Springfield, MA | Jan. 7 – 9, 2022 

Dallas, TX | Jan. 7 – 9, 2022 

Charlotte, NC | Jan. 14 – 16, 2022 

Columbus, OH | Jan. 14 – 16, 2022 

Atlanta, GA | Jan. 21 – 23, 2022 

Los Angeles, CA | Jan. 21 – 23, 2022

You can find your chapter city assignment here.

 

Chapters will register via Chapter Gateway and will be billed $2,000 for Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers. This price includes:

  • Three hotel rooms per chapter; chapter members will be lodged two people per room
  • Four meals; breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday
  • Brand new curriculum tailored to your needs in your position and as a leader of your chapter

Mandatory delegates to attend are Archon, Vice Archon, Treasurer, Warden, Chaplain, and Risk Management Chairman. Extra delegates (outside of the required six) are welcome to attend at an additional cost of $350 for one and $600 for two and may register for any officer track offered. (three extra delegates costs $950 and four costs $1,200) This cost is inclusive of additional room(s) to accommodate lodging, four meals, and services rendered per student.

The deadline to pay for Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers is December 10, 2021. All payments made after this date will be considered late and an additional fee of $100 will be due.

 

All training will be conducted through a series of online modules and in-person education sessions at one of the six cities above.

ONLINE MODULES
All executive officers (including Secretary, Historian, Philanthropy Chairman, and Standards Board Chairman) will complete position-specific and general officer online modules. Modules will highlight key responsibilities, helpful resources, and essential position elements via interactive content. The modules can be accessed through the Pi Kapp Hub on the Virtual Journey and completion will be tracked. You should set aside at least 90 minutes to complete all assigned modules. Modules will be available to officers assigned in Chapter Gateway, beginning on Nov. 15, 2021, and must be completed by the time you arrive at Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers, or by Jan. 31, 2022, for Secretary, Historian, Philanthropy Chairman, and Standards Board Chairman.

POSITION-SPECIFIC SESSIONS
The following positions will be required to complete position-specific in-person sessions at Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers: Archon, Vice Archon, Treasurer, Warden, Chaplain, and Risk Management Chairman. Sessions are designed to review components of your role, dive deeper into your vital responsibilities, and provide opportunities to engage with real-life scenarios. In order to fully engage in your position-specific sessions and leadership development breakouts, you are required to complete your position-specific modules in advance.

ATTENDANCE
Attendance will be taken for each portion of the training for all officers. Below is an outline of the attendance expectations:

  • Secretary, Historian, Philanthropy Chairman and Standards Board Chairmen need to complete their modules by January 31, 2021, at 11:59 P.M. EST. Failure to do so will result in a $100 fine and possible removal from office.
  • Other officers are required to complete their officer-specific modules prior to arriving on site. Those who have not done so will not be allowed to check in until they are completed.
  • 100% completion/attendance of all training components (online and in-person) related to Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers will count towards the insurance rebate for the chapter for the upcoming year.
  • Failure to communicate any registration changes, without communicating a valid explanation to Director of Member Development, Patrick Lucitt, will result in a $100 chapter fine per officer who is not present.

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE
Students should plan to arrive on Friday afternoon; check-in will be open from 3-5 P.M. Programming will conclude around 11:30 and students will be able to depart the hotel on Sunday after 12 P.M. (noon).

COVID-19 PROTOCOL & PRECAUTIONS
Masks will be required in all public spaces and sessions. Upon arrival participants and facilitators will be asked to provide proof of a negative covid test that was completed within 24 hours of arrival. In lieu of a test, they may supply proof of compliance with vaccination protocols. Meaning they are fully vaccinated (two weeks past their last dose) prior to arrival.

TRAVEL EXPECTATIONS
Each chapter is responsible for its own travel expenses, and the Archon should coordinate the entire delegation’s travel plans to ensure everyone arrives and departs on time. If you are flying, all flights should be booked at least three weeks in advance of the conference.

If you are driving, parking will be available at the hotel. For those traveling by rental car, the Fraternity strongly encourages the purchase of Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI) and a Loss Damage Waiver (LDW)/Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) from the rental car company. This protection will add approximately $20 to $25 per day to the cost of the rental car but will protect the driver and the Fraternity from injury or damage claims.

Additional travel information will be available as the conference approaches.

ACCOMMODATIONS & MEALS
Lodging in the conference hotel is included in your registration fee. Each delegate shares a room with one (1) other delegate from his chapter. Every delegate must stay on-site, even if your chapter is local to the area.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday are provided as part of the chapter’s registration fee. All other meals are at your expense.

CONFERENCE ATTIRE
The conference attire is business professional (i.e. suit and tie; or blazer, slacks, tie; and dress shoes). Sunday is business casual, slacks, polos or button-ups are appropriate. Please feel free to travel in comfortable clothes and change when you arrive at the hotel.

STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION
For more questions regarding Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers, please contact Director of Member Development, Patrick Lucitt, plucitt@pikapp.org, or (980) 318-5316.

For billing questions, please contact your Chapter Relationship Manager at crm@pikapp.org.