The Indiana Epsilon chapter was recognized as the second most philanthropic chapter in the nation! Member Mallory Bell (third from left) traveled to St. Louis to receive the award.
With a clear commitment to service and a culture that develops the whole person, Pi Beta Phi Fraternity is a values-based organization in which individual development is a key component of the mission and vision of the organization. Pi Beta Phi attracts women who possess a desire to be a part of a dynamic organization that will promote growth in all areas of life
With a presence at major universities in 43 states and Canada, more than 13,000 collegiate members, over 330 alumnae organizations and hundreds of thousands of women claiming membership, Pi Beta Phi works hard to provide ongoing support for all members as they continue a journey of lifelong commitment to the Fraternity.
A dedication to core values is at the heart of the organization. Pi Beta Phi offers its members the opportunity to be a part of an organization where members care for one another, shelter each other and share the bonds of sisterhood.