A National Panhellenic Sorority.
National Fast Facts:
- Chapter Colors: Wine and Silver Blue
- Chapter Symbols: Golden Arrow, Angel
- Chapter Flower: Wine Carnation
- Philanthropy: Links to Literacy, Arrowmont
- Date and Founding: Monmouth College, April 28, 1867
About Pi Beta Phi:
The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
About the Epsilon Chapter:
The New York Epsilon chapter of Pi Phi at RPI achieves all these goals in the mission statement. Their main philanthropy is literacy; the girls work with organizations such as First Book and Champions are Readers to better the lives of young children. The NYE chapter also works one on one with some local elementary schools to help the children with their personal literacy. Pi Beta Phi is an organization that is focused on friendship, scholarship, and the betterment of women. The NYE chapter currently has 68 members and is always growing. The main event they hold on campus every spring is Mr. RPI. They also pride themselves on being a 5 star chapter.