Making Pi Beta Phi a Lifelong Experience In this seminar, collegiate members will hear personal experiences and examples from local alumnae about how to stay involved with Pi Beta Phi after graduation.Focusing on "Pi Phi for LIFE: Learn, Identify, Find, and Engage," alumnae share overall experiences in a panel discussion before breaking into smaller roundtable discussions.
A Vow to Values This seminar shows learning about and living out or values isn't something we just do for four years in college, it's for life.
Our motto, "The Great Joy of Serving Others," is exemplified by Phi Kappa Psi's commitment to community service.
Phi Kappa Psi was founded upon this ideal, and it is our belief that service to one's community helps develop us as men of integrity and is the greatest compliment to our education.
"The Great Joy of Serving Others" is more than a motto.
It is a tradition in Phi Kappa Psi dating to our Founders, William Henry Letterman and Charles Page Thomas Moore, caring for classmates at Jefferson College during an epidemic even before the Fraternity existed.