Why Pike

The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity has been back on campus since 2012 and strives to be some of the best men on campus and in our community. The best way to show this is through S.L.A.G

Some Facts about Pike

  •  We are one of the ten largest national fraternities, with 200+ chapters across the U.S and Canada.

  • The most community service hours and philanthropic donations last year

  • Finished top three in all intermural sports

  • 3.23 Spring 2021 GPA

  • Back to back to back Smyth Award Winning chapter (top 10% of all Pike chapters)

  • Strictly educational New Member process

Scholars in the classroom. Striving for excellence is the main reason that we all come to college. We want all of our members to be great students that work hard for a good GPA of their own and help keep our chapter GPA at the high level we expect.

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Leaders in the community. We want each member to grow to their full potential and learn how to be an effective leader in whatever they need to be. Whether this falls under group work in the classroom, a manager position at work, or one of the many leadership positions in the fraternity in spots like community service or philanthropy. We want everyone to grow into a better leader

Athletes throughout life. While of course, a good athlete is someone who is good at a sport there is more to being an athlete than just physical ability. We believe you can be an athlete in everything you do by keeping a competitve spirit to strive to be the top student or fight to get a couple more service hours before the semester ends. We encourage each other to push ourselves and perform at the highest level possible.

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Gentleman in everything we do. Pi Kappa Alpha is interested in developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character while fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience. Six exemplary gentlemen founded Pi Kappa Alpha in 1868 as a way to build friendships based on common values. Today we continue that tradition by recruiting quality gentlemen- men that respect themselves, their peers, and their communities, as stated in our true pike values