Pi Alpha Phi (Π Α Φ)
FOUNDED: 1929, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
CHARTERED AT DELAWARE: 2013
PHILANTHROPY: JADE RIBBON CAMPAIGN, WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
COLORS: YALE BLUE & CALIFORNIA GOLD
SYMBOL: BROTHERHOOD RING
MOTTO: A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE SINCE 1929
NATIONAL WEBSITE: www.pialphaphi.com
Pi Alpha Phi is an extraordinary fraternity with a historic legacy and a promising future.
Six visionary Asian American men founded this Fraternity in 1929 at the University of California, Berkeley, based on the shared values of Bonds of Brotherhood, Mutual Experiences, Academic Excellence, Service to the Community, and Asian American Awareness.
For over 80 years, our members have pursued and established successful careers in virtually every profession and industry. Many of our alumni give back their time, money, and effort to help our newer members.
Pi Alpha Phi provides an excellent balance of academics and social life. Interchapter brotherhood events and socials with sororities and other student groups provide an excellent and exciting opportunity to meet new people and develop lasting friendships.
Today, the Founding Principles of the Fraternity are not only valued, but instilled through educational, service, and leadership opportunities. Pi Alpha Phi is proud of its role in developing tomorrow's leaders.
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