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Make plans now to meet us in St. Louis June 23–27, 2017, for the 71st Biennial Convention and the celebration of a lifetime!
It is with great sadness Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women reports the death of collegiate member Katie Keogh. Katie was a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and was killed in a tragic train accident late on the evening of January 9 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Pi Beta Phi is excited to announce the recolonization of its South Carolina Beta Chapter at Clemson University. Click below to read more.
Pi Beta Phi Foundation Scholarship applications for the 2017–2018 academic year are now open! To learn more about available scholarships and begin your application today, click below!
As we continue to grow as a Fraternity, it’s important we evolve our communications channels as well. We want our magazine content, look and personality to help us achieve our vision of being a premier organization for women. We hope you enjoy the new Arrow!