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Registration closes July 11, 2022. No refunds will be offered for cancellations after that date.
1. What is Supreme Chapter?
Supreme Chapter is held every two years and brings together students, alumni and friends from around the country. During this time, the Supreme Chapter elects a new governing National Council and sets the Fraternity’s course for the future. In addition to the business of the Fraternity, Supreme Chapter offers opportunities to reconnect, meet and network with brothers from all chapters.
2. Why should I go to Supreme Chapter?
Supreme Chapter offers invaluable fraternal networking and professional growth opportunities for both students and alumni members, an opportunity to reconnect with your fraternity brothers, and a trip to a top-tier city with your friends and family.
3. When and where is the 57th Supreme Chapter?
Supreme Chapter will be held at the Tampa Marriott Water Street and JW Marriott Tampa Water Street, in Tampa, Florida, July 28–31, 2022.
4. What happens at Supreme Chapter?
Supreme Chapter includes legislative sessions, spouse activities, networking/mentoring time, Supreme Banquet and a variety of other social activities. Alumni and their guests may take advantage of as much or as little of the scheduled offerings as they wish. A full schedule can be found on the SCHEDULE page of the Supreme Chapter website.
5. Can I bring my spouse/partner/friend/family members?
Yes. We welcome all guests.
1. How much does it cost to attend Supreme Chapter?
The alumni registration fee is $100, and the guest registration fee is $50. All events are charged on an a la carte basis. All meal events and off-site events have associated costs.
2. Why is there a registration fee?
Registration fees help pay for soft costs of convention execution such as travel, marketing, printing, speaker expenses, A/V, room rentals, etc. A la carte event prices do not include a mark-up; in fact, many are priced below actual cost.
1. What is the hotel room rate?
The room rate at the Tampa Marriott Water Street is $159 plus tax per night and the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street is $189 plus tax per night. The room rate is per room per night, not per attendee. Legislation and sessions will be held at the Tampa Marriott Water Street, and meals will be held at the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street. The hotels are connected. Our discounted room rates are only good until our block is met or until July 11, 2022, whichever comes first.
2. Do I book my own hotel room?
Yes. Alumni and friends are responsible for booking their own room and may do so via this link.
3. Does the hotel offer parking?
Yes. Pi Kappa Phi has negotiated a 25% discount on valet-parking rate at both hotels.
4. I want to share a room with someone. Can we split the cost?
Yes. You and your roommate must book your room together to be in the same room directly through the hotel. Cost splitting will be arranged directly with your roommate or the hotel.
5. Will I earn Marriott Bonvoy loyalty points with the group rate?
Yes. Make sure to share your rewards number directly with the hotel when making your reservation if you’d like to receive points.
6. Which hotel should I book for room reservations?
Alumni and guests will be in both hotels. The rates are a bit different, but reservations are available in both. Legislation, committee meetings and the help desk will be at the Tampa Water Street Marriott. All meals will be at the JW Marriott. The hotels are directly across from each other on Water Street, and a third floor skywalk connects the two properties.
1. What’s the best way to get to Tampa?
Tampa International Airport (TPA) is the closest airport. Amtrak also serves the area.
2. How do I get to the hotel from the airport?
Attendees are responsible for getting to the hotel from the airport or bus/train station and back. Tampa has a variety of public and private transportation options. Once you’re in the downtown area, Tampa offers a free streetcar trolley to get around the immediate area.
1. What is the attire?
All events at the host hotel, including legislative sessions, meals and volunteer trainings, are coat and tie. The opening event and off-site events are casual.
2. Will I be able to interact with students from my chapter?
Yes. There are various events where you will be able to connect with students as well as other alumni from your chapter.
3. Is childcare offered?
Childcare is available at a cost during the Nu Phi Society Banquet on Friday evening and the Supreme Chapter Banquet on Saturday evening.
4. Will I need to know the esoteric Pi Kappa Phi grip?
Yes. Members are challenged during check-in at the convention in order to attend legislative sessions and the ritual of initiation.