Welcome to the Ohio Kappa Chapter of Pi Beta Phi at the University of Cincinnati! Taking a look at our website will allow you to see a glance at the bonds of our incredible sisterhood.
Pi Beta Phi was founded on April 28, 1867 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. Our twelve brave founders were dedicated to furthering the development of collegiate women, and today our organization is stronger than ever with hundreds of thousands of sisters across the world. The Ohio Kappa Chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 2010. The charter class of Ohio Kappa founded the first Greek letter organization addition at the University of Cincinnati in 74 years. Pi Beta Phi is a premier organization for women that fosters sincere friendships and personal development in its members.
The Ohio Kappa Chapter is dedicated to empowering all members to become the best versions of themselves. Through various member development programs, philanthropic efforts and sisterhoods, Pi Beta Phi strives to enrich the lives of all members. Being a member of Pi Beta Phi is a lifelong commitment and the memories we get to share will go far beyond our undergraduate years.
Every Pi Phi is unique and special in their own way, and I am constantly in awe of the incredible things these women are accomplishing at the University of Cincinnati and in our community. It’s truly an honor to serve as the Chapter President of the Ohio Kappa Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. Becoming a member of Pi Phi has been the most rewarding experience that I have had in my entire life, and has helped me grow into the woman I am today. I’m blessed forthe women I’ve met and the experiences I’ve gained, and I cannot wait to seethe future of Pi Beta Phi.
In Wine and Silver Blue,