Welcome to the Pi Kappa Phi Omicron Chapter Website. We at Omicron pride ourselves on our commitment to leadership, service, and brotherhood. As members of Pi Kappa Phi, we strive to uphold our organization's core values of character, leadership, academics, and service. We are dedicated to making a positive impact on our campus and in our community, and we believe that our fraternity provides a unique opportunity for personal and professional growth. For over a century, the Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has been a dominant and proud part of the University of Alabama fraternity community. Our history of success and brotherhood speaks for itself with consistently high achievements and leadership on campus. The Baseball Stadium on campus is even named for one of our members, Brother Joseph Sewell, a member of the baseball Hall of Fame and past Head Coach at the University.
Pi Kappa Phi was founded on December 10, 1904, at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, by three students: Andrew Alexander Kroeg Jr., Simon Fogarty Jr., and Lawrence Harry Mixson. The Omicron Chapter at the University of Alabama was founded on April 17th, 1917. Omicron has a long and storied history that spans over a century. Our first house was built in 1917 on 804 Hackberry Lane. It served as a gathering place for the brothers for nearly five decades. In 1964, the fraternity moved into its second home, located at 312 University Blvd. Today, after another 50 years, we report to our new house at 130 University Blvd, built in early 2014. We at the Omicron Chapter are proud of our rich history and look forward to many more years of brotherhood and success.