Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ
Since its founding in 2000, the Theta Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has maintained a presence on campus in a wide variety of activities such as community service, academics, and social life. In its sixteen years at the University of Kansas, Pi Kappa Phi has made it into Rock Chalk Revue fifteen times, winning the prestigious campus-wide competition on three separate occasions. Pi Kappa Phi has successfully raised money and awareness for its philanthropy, The Ability Experience, which supports people of all ages that have any mental or physical disability and is the only philanthropy owned and operated solely by an IFC fraternity. At the 2017 Pi Kappa Phi College for Chapter Officers, the University of Kansas Chapter was awarded the Founder's Cup and given recognition of Master Chapter, an honor only eighteen chapters of the 162 chartered chapters are awarded each year.
The men of this fraternity are held to a high standard in the areas of leadership and scholarship, and the vision of Pi Kappa Phi is as follows: A future where every active member of Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self, and improves the world around him. This is an article highlighting the new chapter house Theta Epsilon will be living in, starting in the fall of 2018: http://www.starandlamp.com/index.php/columns/house-home/item/2951-kansas-pi-kapps-announce-new-chapter-house.
Founding Date: 1904, KU 2001
Chapter Size: 74
Financial Dues: New Member $725/Semester; Active Member $725/Semester
Fall 2017 GPA: 3.17