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Chapter House Corporations

How We Support Chapter House Corporations

Chapter House Corporation boards are a group of alumnae volunteers that own and maintain more than 1 million square feet of housing on college campuses across the continent all for the benefit of our collegiate members. 

FHC LogoTo date, 65 Pi Beta Phi housing facilities are owned and managed by local Chapter House Corporation boards and there are a similar number of chapters that live in university facilities.

CHCs not only manage the facilities our chapter women live in but also update and renovate the facility as needed, manage facility employees, pay all facility related expenses, and fundraise. CHC boards are an essential group of women who help create the positive collegiate experience for our members.

FHC staff is dedicated to supporting our CHC boards. If you are ever in need of guidance or support please call or email the FHC staff anytime you are in need of assistance. FHC staff can advise and support CHCs in all CHC related areas including:

  • Advise on all CHC issues
  • Provide training and support to the CHCs
  • Fire prevention and other safety issues
  • Employment issues
  • Ensure effective long-range planning, with emphasis on availability of funds
  • Advise, review and approve requests for fundraising and capital campaigns
  • Advise on purchase and construction of property
  • Approve original and amendments to Articles of Incorporation and bylaws
  • Recruitment of CHC board members
  • Recommending vendors

A CHC volunteer was recently spotlighted in The Arrow®. To read about her experience, click here, and if you are interested in volunteering for a local Chapter House Corporation please click here.

If you are a CHC Board member looking for CHC resources please contact FHC staff FHC@pibetaphi.org or click here to visit the Resource Library.