Pi Kappa Phi
Here at Pi Kappa Phi, we pride ourselves in being the Gentlemen’s Fraternity on campus. The men of Pi Kappa Phi are men of CLASS: Character, Leadership, Academics, Service, and Sportsmanship. These five attributes symbolize the values of our fraternity. Our members strive to attain a balance of character, effective leadership skills, academic distinction, volunteering experience, social excellence and athletic prominence, creating a balanced life unparalleled to that of any other chapter. We are consistently strong in grades, ranking consistently in the Top 5 of all fraternities, and we hold the highest overall GPA in the last 20 years on campus. We have also been recognized for our excellence in the Greek community, winning 5 of the 13 IFC awards in 2013 and 6 IFC awards in 2012, including Chapter of the Year. It is the goal of Pi Kappa Phi to be the premier leadership fraternity here on campus, and for our brothers to leave after four years as greater men. We have been at the University of Washington since 1924, and continue to be one of the most active houses in the Greek community.