W E L C O M E    

 Welcome to the Alabama Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi! I am thrilled to show you around our website and to give you a glimpse into our sisterhood.

The first time I walked into our chapter, I knew it was going to be my home away from home. Every woman I met was so unapologetically themselves and celebrated their differences so beautifully that I knew I would be welcomed with open arms.

Almost three years later and those feelings of welcome have managed to multiply tenfold. Our members and alumnae represent the most honest, faithful, kind, dedicated and sincere group of women I have ever been honored to know. Their beauty, inside and out, humbles me every single day. Together, we strive to live up to our mission that seeks to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service. 

Thank you for stopping by! I encourage you to browse our site and take a peek into what makes our sisterhood so special.


Pi Phi love and mine,
Chloe Mansell
Chapter President

H I S T O R Y   

Pi Beta Phi was founded on April 28, 1867 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. Our 12 founders had the vision to form the first secret society for women patterned after men's groups at a time when only five state universities admitted women. These courageous women set the stage for a thriving organization continuing to enrich the lives of many during their collegiate years and beyond.     


The philosophy of Pi Beta Phi began 150 years ago when the founders created the Fraternity to cultivate lifelong bonds between its members as well as inspire them to achieve the highest and best in life.Throughout its history, Pi Beta Phi has helped young women develop meaningful relationships with others while reaching their personal potential. These relationships help sisters adapt to college life by providing a sense of belonging, mutual support and guidance. 

The Alabama Gamma chapter is celebrating 60 years of excellence on Auburn's campus this year!