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The 12 Founders of Pi Beta Phi
Jennie Nicol, M.D.
Nancy Black Wallace
Ada Bruen Grier
Rosa Moore
Fannie Whitenack Libbey
Emma Brownlee Kilgore
Clara Brownlee Hutchinson
Jennie Horne Turnbull
Fannie Ann Thomson
Libbie Brook Gaddis
Inez Smith Soule
Margaret Campbell
Pi Beta Phi was founded on
April 28, 1867
Pi Beta Phi was founded as
I.C. Sorosis at Monmouth College
Pi Beta Phi was founded in
Monmouth, Illinois
The home is known today as
Holt House
Today the home in which our Fraternity was founded is used as
1. a memorial to the Founders and place for visitors to tour
2. a rental hall for small parties, showers, and wedding receptions
3. a place for pledging, initiation, and alumnae club meetings
Pi Beta Phi is governed by __ grand council members and ___ directors.
7 and 18
The current Grand President of Pi Beta Phi is
Emily Russell Tarr
The Pi Beta Phi web site is located at
www.pibetaphi.org
The name of the city where Headquarters is located is
Town and Country, Missouri
Pi Phis who are hired by the Fraternity to provide inspiration, knowledge, and guidance to our Pi Beta Phi chapters during the year following their graduation are called
Leadership Development Consultants (LDC).
The Pi Phi Hazing Hotline phone number is
800-320-1867.
There are six international requirements which must be met before a pledge can be initiated.
1. Demonstrated good scholarship
2. Signed the Statement of Obligations of Membership
3. Currently enrolled in the chapter’s institution; demonstration of exemplary personal conduct and sympathy with the fraternity’s work
4. Satisfactorily completed the Fraternity Orientation Program as directed by Grand Council, including AlcoholEdu
5. Met all financial obligations
6. Received 2/3 ballot vote of AAC and Chapter Executive Committee
Your initiation fee covers a subscription to the Fraternity’s magazine. The name of this magazine is
The ARROW
Created in 1990,
_____ funds programs which promote intellectual, ethical and leadership development of our members and through its philanthropic efforts, benefits society at large.
Pi Beta Phi Foundation
Pi Beta Phi has valued and prioritized philanthropy and service to others since our founding. The 1910 Swarthmore Convention approved the founding of the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School in
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
The original project has now become the
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts,which is affiliated with
the University of Tennessee
Other Pi Beta Phi philanthropic/service projects include
1. Arrow in the Arctic – provides support for the library system in the Yukon and Northwest Territories
2. Local Literacy Initiatives – clubs and chapters fill the literacy needs within their local communities
3. Fraternity Day of Service – Pi Phis from across the U.S. and Canada celebrate literacy together, such as Read Across America on Dr. Suess’ birthday.
Pi Beta Phi is one of the original seven founding members of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). The full name of the Pi Beta Phi NPC Delegate is
Carol Inge Warren
The purposes of a college university Panhellenic Council include:
1. a public relations board
2. a liaison between sorority women and non-Greeks
3. a liaison between Greeks
Launched in 2003, Pi Phi’s Leading with Values has a module designed to deliver meaningful programming to members of the senior class as they transition from collegiate to alumnae life. This program is called
Pi Phi for Life.
Membership in Pi Beta Phi entails a lifetime opportunity and commitment. Undergraduates belong to chapters. After leaving college Pi Phis are encouraged to join
Alumnae Clubs
Local Pi Phi alumnae may provide assistance to chapters in many ways. Two ways that alumnae work closely with chapters and provide support to the chapter include:
1. Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC) – provides guidance, support, and advisement to chapters
2. Chapter House Corporation (CHC) – handles matters concerning chapter housing (decoration, planning, maintenance, financial and legal matters) and serves as landlords for the chapter
The Pi Beta Phi award for the best overall performance by a chapter is named the
Balfour Cup