An alumnae club serves numerous roles in the Fraternity. Aside from being a wonderful way for Pi Phis to stay connected to the Fraternity, an alumnae club promotes and supports Fraternity philanthropic endeavors, assists and supports collegiate chapters, provides recruitment information for prospective members, offers friendship to new graduates and alumnae who are new to the community and establishes a social group that supports the mission, vision and core values of the Fraternity.
Alumnae clubs are chartered based on certain levels of performance with varying requirements and expectations. Alumnae clubs are tied to a specific area, therefore a new group may not be located in the same area as existing groups.
To support members in establishing a new alumnae organization and to meet new Pi Phi friends, a set of guidelines and suggestions have been developed. Contact the Alumnae Engagement Coordinator to find out more about our materials for assisting you in starting a club in your area.
Information about collegiate extension is available on the collegiate extension page.