5. Keepin’ It Angelic Since 1867

Pi Phi was founded by 12 women in 1867 who today have impacted the lives of over 240,000 women across North America. Our founders were the ones who went against the norm and paved the way for the first ever women’s fraternity in the nation. Today, the women of ΠΒΦ uphold our founders vision and core values of providing lifelong enrichment and contributing to the betterment of society from coast to coast.

4. Those who follow the arrow find their second home

Possessing one of the most genuine sisterhoods in Panhellenic is only possible having angels by your side. The sisters of Pi Phi are eager to show PNM something that means the world to them, so taking that first step through the doors of ΠΒΦ will be one of the most inviting experiences of your college years.

3. Sisters bound in wine & blue, ΠΒΦ is love, friendships are true

Because late night talks on the stairwell, dancing with pledge sisters on senior night, and wanting to see you succeed is what sisterhood is truly all about. It’s the friendships made in Pi Phi that make coming back from Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring break that much more to look forward to.

2. ΠΒΦ is pioneering the way to a more literate society

For over a century, Pi Beta Phi has been dedicated to philanthropic efforts both within their local communities and on a national level. The 100 Year Literacy Vision is all about coming together as 136 chapters strong to bring the tools and resources needed for low-income families and students to improve upon their literacy skills to tackle the real world to read, lead, and achieve.

1. Only the Best Can Fly With Pi Phi

To avoid this reason being interpreted the wrong way, allow me to clarify. Pi Beta Phi is known for actively seeking PNM’s who want to bring positivity and open mindedness to an organization of women who strive for achievement and who will stop at nothing to cultivate the leaders of tomorrow (check out our notable alumnae list). And remember! AΠgels Have MΦre Fun 😉 PPL&M.

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