Recruitment Information

Any prospective member that is interested in becoming a member of Pi Kappa Phi should contact:

Steven Sain at 850-774-2480, ssain@troy.edu

Hayden Whittle at 334-379-4098, haydenwhittle47@gmail.com

Kenny Luker at 251-272-0016, kluker@troy.edu

 

Hello Future Brother,

Congratulations on your decision to attend Troy University!  The next few years of your life will be exciting yet challenging in many ways. One of the best ways to enhance your college experience is to explore the opportunities found in joining a fraternity.

For over 50 years, the Greeks of Troy University have been promoting friendship, scholarship, service, and leadership on campus. What separates Pi Kappa Phi from the rest of the fraternities on campus is that we believe it is not what you can do for Pi Kapp, but what Pi Kapp can do for you. We maintain a tradition of building and shaping leaders, and have a legacy of campus involvement extending from SGA to Inter-Fraternity council.  We also are highly focused on grades and are proud to say that Pi Kappa Phi requires a 2.70 chapter GPA which is well above the 2.50 University Fraternity requirement. We are also highly competitive in intramurals and are in regular contention for the All Sports Championship. Facts such as these are what make Pi Kappa Phi fraternity respected among the faculty, staff, and fellow students.

Pi Kappa Phi, established in 1904, has a rich history at Troy. We are recognized as the oldest fraternity on campus. Our colony chapter was established in November 1964 with a charter following in 1966.  The colony brothers are widely recognized as being the Founding Fathers of the Greek system at Troy University. Several of these carried with them the lessons of leadership after college and later became CEO’s, political leaders, judges and respected attorneys.  The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi have proudly continued this tradition into each new generation.

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi extends the responsibility of our membership outside campus. We are excited about our contributions to our national philanthropy, this year we raised over $5,500 towards The Ability Experience and in 2014 we were the highest donator for the state of Alabama far surpassing both Auburn and the University of Alabama combined.  In addition, we ranked second in our region just behind Southern Mississippi and were far ahead of both Auburn and South Alabama.  The Ability Experience is an organization started by Pi Kappa Phi to create awareness for those in our society who are severely handicapped (See more at www.abilityexperience.org).  In addition to our financial contributions, we have sponsored several bike riders from our chapter participating in The Ability Experience’s Journey of Hope which is a summer cross country bike ride from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.  Some of our other volunteer work has included Build America and the USMC Ability Marathon in Washington, D.C.  We are proud of The Ability Experience and the Gamma Gamma Chapter continues to lead other chapters across the nation in all areas of The Ability Experience.

Pi Kappa Phi is excited to extend to you an invitation to explore both Greek life in general and our chapter specifically.  We invite you to come relax, have fun, and learn more about Pi Kappa Phi. If you are interested in attending any event (or have any other questions) please contact Hayden Whittle at (334) 379-4098. You may also click here to register for rush and send any questions that you may have.  Also please explore our website  www.pkptu.com and learn more about Pi Kappa Phi “Gamma Gamma”.  Thank you for your consideration, and we look forward to meeting you.

To donate to the Ability Experience in support of the Gamma Gamma Chapter, click here.

If you are interested in joining our fraternity, please contact one of the following:

Hayden Whittle: haydenwhittle47@gmail.com, 334-379-4098
Steven Sain: ssain@troy.edu, 850-774-2480

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

The Brothers of the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi