Welcome to the California Delta Chapter of 

Pi Beta Phi! 

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A LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT:

Welcome!  

My name is Avery Minor, and I am the Chapter President of the California Delta chapter of Pi Beta Phi at UCLA. If you are interested in participating in recruitment or would like to learn more about us, please feel free to explore our site and see what it truly means to be a Pi Phi!

 “What does a typical Pi Phi look like?” is a question that I get quite a bit. My answer? There is no such thing as a typical Pi Phi. California Delta is a chapter characterized by women of diverse achievements and interests. Among my sisters there are UCLA athletes, tour guides, SAA members, research assistants, CareExtenders, personal fitness trainers, and NBC Universal interns. Pi Phis are incredibly active both on campus and in the larger Los Angeles community,with majors ranging from Political Science and Art History to Neuroscience and Engineering. Each Pi Phi is unique, and every single one of our members contributes to who we are as a chapter. Although each of our sisters is different, we are all united by our love and support for one other and our commitment to leadership, academics, and service.  

 Pi Phi has positively and meaningfully touched my UCLA experience in every way possible. My closest friends, my internships, and my academic success are all a result of joining this organization. I cannot think of a bigger honor than to serve my sisters as Chapter President, because Pi Phi has helped mold me into the woman that I am today. I hope that all undergraduate women can share the unique, once in a lifetime experience of finding their own home-away-from-home. All of my sisters feel blessed to be a part of such an amazing Greek Community, and we are especially proud to call 700 Hilgard our home.  

Pi Phi Love & Mine,  

Avery Minor

uclapibetaphi@gmail.com

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