Pi Kappa Phi’s commitment to leadership dates back more than 100 years to their humble roots at the College of Charleston where their founders exemplified leadership in the classroom, on the athletic field, in campus politics and within the community. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded to further create leadership opportunities-by men who made the choice to lead. Today, on more than 139 campuses across America, Pi Kappa Phi has broadened its commitment to building men who are leaders by choice.
The brotherhood at Pi Kappa Phi is one of a kind, where the values of the founders from 1904 are still followed today. The brotherhood network has over 115,000 members coming from over 165 active chapters. The brotherhood of Pi Kapps is what makes it such a successful and strong fraternity on the Indiana University campus.