Join Pi Kappa Phi

To be a Pi Kappa Phi is to be a leader. Our commitment to developing leaders dates back more than 100 years to our humble beginning at the College of Charleston, where Pi Kappa Phi was founded by men who chose to lead. Today Pi Kappa Phi has given more than 98,000 men the opportunity to become leaders by choice, including 2300 at The University of Alabama.

If you are interested in becoming a leader on your campus, in your community and throughout your life, Pi Kappa Phi is the fraternity that can help you get there. Through the tenets of CLASS—Character, Leadership, Academics, Sportsmanship and Service—Pi Kappa Phi is committed to the personal development of each of our members.

Whether you attend a Life 401 workshop facilitated by a Pi Kappa Phi alumnus who is a Fortune 100 Consultant to create your life strategy, or participate in a corporate-level leadership training seminar with Franklin Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People; and whether you cycle from the West Coast to Washington, D.C., raising funds and awareness for people with disabilities, or meet with your chapter’s academic coach to plan your semester, Pi Kappa Phi provides the resources to help you achieve your full potential.

We all face choices everyday. And the choices we make can affect the rest of our lives. Choosing the right fraternity is an important decision—one that will have a profound impact on your days as a student and in your life as a leader.

Will you choose to be a leader?

Please fill out the form below if you answered YES.  You may also want to personally contact our Rush Chairs, as their information is listed below.  By submitting this form it will notify the rush chairs about your interest in rushing Pi Kappa Phi.

Head of Rush:
 Dalton Anderson - Huntsville, AL : 256-684-5919
Rush Chairmen:
 Evan Brock - Huntsville, AL: 256-206-6122
 Dakota True - Muscle Shoals, AL: 765-278-9692
 Peter Mehok - Huntsville, AL: 256-690-9083
 Baker Dorsey - Dothan, AL: 334-797-8345




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"I would ask a Brother to please contribute toward what we are trying to achieve. We are on pace to reach our goal, but we cannot do it without more support. Everybody can give something. It is wrong to think that any amount isn’t important or enough."
‐ Bradley Ray ’90, Campaign Contributor and Board Member

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