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Pi Beta Phi

National Pan-Hellenic Council

Pi Phi

Chapter Nickname

1936

LSU Chapter Founded

Wine, Silver Blue

Chapter Colors

Golden Arrow, Angel

Chapter Symbol

Pi Beta Phi was the first national secret college e molded after Greek-letter men’s fraternities. The Louisiana Beta chapter prides itself on its unique character and strong sisterhood. As a chapter, members push each other to strive to be their best while providing lifelong friendships and contributing to the betterment of society. Pi Phi stands proud in its six core values of integrity, lifelong commitment, honor and respect, personal and intellectual growth, philanthropic service to others, and sincere friendship. These values are demonstrated through Pi Phi’s dedication to campus involvement, academic achievement, philanthropic efforts, and strong sisterhood. For 154 years, Pi Beta Phi has been committed to creating a more literate society through Read>Lead>Achieve. Pi Phi partners with Read>Lead>Achieve to continue the tradition of supporting children and families by providing tools for skill development and education.

 

2021-22 Chapter Scorecard

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Chapter Status

Active

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Academics & Membership

3.368 GPA

Overall Member Average

107

New Members

291

LSU Members


hands holding leaf iconPhilanthropy & Service

Read>Lead>Achieve

National Philanthropic Cause

$29,894.05

Funds Raised

1,980

Service Hours


flag icon7-Year Violation Record*

2019

Disciplinary Probation through 12/31/2019. View related outcome letter.

No additional violations within past 7 years.

*LSU Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to accountability and transparency in reporting violations. The above record details violations including university disciplinary, hazing, alcohol, sexual misconduct, drug, and endangerment that occurred in the past seven years. Older records are available by request to greeks@lsu.edu