The brothers of Purdue's Pi Kappa Alpha chapter are motivated to achieve.
With three separate study rooms, access to renowned tutors, and encouragement to succeed
with a required minimum house GPA, the men of Beta Phi are set to accomplish great things.
Recently graduated brother Brian Lee is headed to Mountain View, California to work at Google
as a software development engineer for their Advertising team.
Recognized at the National Level
The Pi Kappa Alpha International Convention held in New Orleans featured Beta Phi
extending it's habitual success to new heights. Our chapter earned the Raymond L. Orion's Excellence Award,
100 Man Chapter award, the 25+ man PikeU attendance award, and the International Workday Award.
In 2017, Beta Phi was awarded with the Robert Adger Smythe Award.
This is the highest possible chapter achievement award based on recruitment, philanthropy, athletics, and academics.
This award is given only to the top 10% of the 220+ chapters nationwide every year.
Brothers Jake Townsend, Conner Whitaker, Varun Prakash, Wesley Groves, Joey Insko, and Eli Scherrer
were present to proudly accept this accolade.
An Unshakable Bond
From their time in Pike, brothers create life-lasting friendships and memories they'll never forget.
The fraternity regularly hosts brotherhood events bringing close friends even closer.
A group of brothers organized a trip to go paint-balling as a brotherhood event.
They had a great time working as a team against another group and playing against each other to get an
opportunity to shoot one another. The welts are only temporary, but the brotherhood lasts forever.