Alpha Chi of Pi Kappa Phi
In 1969, the Alpha Chi chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was forced to close, after spending more than twenty years dominating the greek scene at UM. Forty years later, a new group of student leaders at "The U" came together to form a new kind of greek organization, and the Alpha Chi chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was reborn.
United in ambition and perseverance, Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Chi is rooted in our history and dedicated to reclaiming the esteem and notoriety of those who preceded us. Two years ago, we displayed our abilities by acquiring our fraternity house, renovating it and beating out several other well-established fraternities for the spot.
PiKapp has already proven to be a dominant force in interfraternity competition and sports. We are a major contender to hoist the IFC President's Cup, the yearly award consummating all fraternity athletic events, by year's end.
Our philanthropy, Push America, is the only philanthropy maintained and run by a national fraternity. Our first ever philanthropy event this past Fall, Pirate Plunge, was a huge success with sorority sisters all across campus. After successful mixers and semiformal boat cruise in downtown Miami, the momentum has been set for an even more dominant spring semester.
After four years on campus, PiKapp is back in a big way. However, despite what we have already accomplished, we still want much more for our chapter. If you're a young leader, looking to be a part of the fastest-expanding greek organization at the University of Miami, rush PiKapp this fall.