Due to the inclement weather, the University will cancel all classes at all locations as of 1:00 p.m. today through and including Wednesday January 28, 2015. Classes will resume on Thursday January 29, 2015, at their regularly scheduled times at all locations. All University offices will close at 4:30 p.m. today through Tuesday January 27, 2015. A decision on reopening the University will be made Tuesday evening and notification to all employees will be made. Note: All essential services employees please report as scheduled. For more info, visit the SHU Campus Alert page.

Pi Kappa Phi

Pi Kappa Phi Mission and Values

We will lead. The expression of shared values and ideals as contained in the Ritual of Initiation, Supreme Law and fraternity policy. The pursuit of brotherhood through scholarship, leadership, service and social experiences. The achievement of personal excellence in each member and collective excellence in our fraternity. A lifelong brotherhood of its members.

About

Thomas Jefferson formed a literary and political society with his closest friends at The College of William and Mary, and has been closely intertwined with the American experience ever since. Fraternities have been born between men seeking brotherhood, fellowship, common understanding, and lifelong commitment, in nearly every imaginable environment - from the battlefields of the Civil War to the dining hall of a New York college to the second floor of a downtown storefront in Charleston. More than 250 years of leaders, scholars, athletes, citizens, and stewards have been shaped and built by the fraternity experience, and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is proud to be a leading member of that legacy. Founded as Nu Phi (the non-fraternity) in Charleston, South Carolina at the turn of the 20th Century, we have grown from humble beginnings based in friendship and trust to a nationwide brotherhood of more than 80,000 men, living and leading in every state and community in our Union. Learn of the proud history of the American Fraternities, the birth of Nu Phi, and the development of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. 

Philanthropy

Push America

Colors

Blue, Gold and White

Flower

Rose

Executive Board

  • President- Thomas Auerbach
  • Vice President- Dominick Ferro
  • Treasurer- Andrew Dill
  • Secretary- Christian Spies
  • Warden- Kevin Creagh
  • Historian- Daniel McGovern 
  • Chaplain- Bill DiGiuseppe
  • Philanthropy Chair- Michael Mazzella
  • Risk Manager- Dylan Demoranville
  • Standards Chair- Nicholas Ferrante

Contact

Thomas Auerbach, auerbacht@mail.sacredheart.edu

National Site

www.pikapp.org

Events Calendar


LT Play Rehearsal
SET General Member Meetings Spring 2015
Full Calendar