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Philanthropic Service

Annual Pie the Pi Phis Event raises money for our local and international literacy partners.

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Philanthropic Service

Sisters participate in the school annual Relay for Life event.

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Lifelong Committment

Big Sisters wait excitedly for their little sisters during reveal.

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Sincere Friendship

Sisters have fun every day during recruitment practice.

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Personal Growth

Sisters participate in a school retreat to gain a better understanding of themselves and their faith.

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Lifelong Committment

Sisters celebrate new members' initiation into the sisterhood for life, after all, it's not four years. It's for life.

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Integrity

Every year our recruitment is 100% values based.

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Honor and Respect

We all grow because of our sisters, we honor their beliefs and respect them for who they are.

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Crieghton University

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Nebraska Gamma

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Pi Beta Phi

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Ring Ching!

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Boom boom!

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Had me at Halo!

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Angels Fly Together

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One, Two, Three Words

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Wine and Silver Blue

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Pie a Pi Phi!!

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Sisters

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...for life!

Pi Beta Phi History 

 History Wide

On April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, 12 inspiring women came together in order to form the first national college society of women modeled after men's Greek letter fraternities. This society, founded as I.C. Sorosis, was created as a means of cultivating lifelong friendship among its members, as well as inspiring them to achieve their full potentials. At a time when few women were admitted into colleges and universities, the sisterhood of Pi Beta Phi created a sense of unity and pride among pioneering women. In the more than 146 years since its introduction, Pi Beta Phi had succeeded in touching the lives of more than 250,000 members across North America.

Pi Phi distinguishes itself in the Greek world by leading the way as one of the nine founders of the National Panhellenic Conference, an umbrella organization for 26 international women's fraternities and sororities. In addition, Pi Beta Phi was the first women's Greek letter organization to install a chapter at a second college. The name Pi Beta Phi was adopted in 1888. Pi Beta Phi was also the first organization to form an alumnae department in 1893, the first to organize a national philanthropic project in 1910, and the first to establish an alumnae advisory committee for each chapter in 1913.   

Pi Phi commits itself to establishing lasting bonds among its members. There are nearly 300 alumnae organizations around the world and a members-only website to help ensure that the legacy and experience of Pi Phi lasts long after the college experience. With 136 active chapters within the United States and Canada, Pi Phi continues to encourage young women to develop meaningful relationships as they reach for their personal goals.