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Pi Kappa Phi (or Pi Kapp) was founded by Andrew Alexander Kroeg Jr., Lawrence Harry Mixson, and Simon Fogarty Jr. on December 10, 1904 at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. Built upon the ideals of Nu-Phi--non fraternity--Pi Kappa Phi challenges the stereotype of fraternity life, challenging its members to behave as Men of C.L.A.S.S. (Character, Leadership, Achievement, Scholarship, and Service.) 

The Loyola chapter of Pi Kappa Phi began in Spring of 2013 as an associate chapter of 23 men. In the months to follow, the men of Pi Kappa Phi have secured many campus awards, including Greek week champions two years in a row, the highest GPA among IFC fraternities, greek man of the year, and have paved the way in fundraising for their non-profit philanthropy, The Ability Experience.

We were chartered by the National Fraternity as the Iota Phi Chapter on November 8, 2014, and since then have grown into an established and highly visible campus group, as well as a close knit community of brothers. 

We hold ourselves to the highest ideals of manhood, and we challenge everyone to do the same. 

Exceptional Leaders -- Uncommon Opprotunities

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We are the Iota Phi chapter of the National Fraternity Pi Kappa Phi; our members are focused on academic excellence, campus leadership, and philanthropy and service.

First new fraternity on Loyola's campus in 20 years

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Faculty/ Staff Advisor First and Last Name

Connor Burke

Date Organization Established at Loyola University New Orleans

November 8, 2014