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About FHC

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Mission

The mission of Pi Beta Phi FHC is to strengthen, support and service Chapter House Corporations and Fraternity Housing Corporation facilities within Pi Beta Phi Fraternity.

Vision

The vision of Pi Beta Phi FHC is to be recognized as a premier organization for women by providing lifelong enrichment to its members and contributing to the betterment of society.

About FHC

Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women founded its Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC) in April 2008 to oversee housing on an international level and to help local Chapter House Corporations (CHCs) operate effectively and efficiently. Pi Beta Phi believes that building community is integral to a lifetime membership experience; therefore, Pi Beta Phi strives to ensure the highest level in chapter facility operations, leadership and finance.

FHC is here to ensure that assets remain assets, and liabilities are diminished. Since its founding, FHC has offered guidance and support to local CHCs when needed.

FHC serves as a resource for our CHCs in a variety of areas including volunteer development and recruitment, safety issues and training.

CHC members work directly with FHC staff for assistance with locating vendors for property management, architecture, interior design, etc. FHC assists with employee searches and background checks, contract negotiations, and fundraising. FHC also makes sure that our CHC’s are in compliance with local and federal safety standards along with the IRS and Secretary of State.  

Following the formation of FHC, it was decided that each new chapter should be enrolled in FHC; therefore, FHC owns 26 chapters, providing them with day-to-day facility management services.

Being an FHC Chapter

Housing is an integral part of the Pi Phi experience. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for our members to live, learn and grow together. Pi Phi facilities are communities not just living spaces. The Pi Phi membership survey data shows that quality housing is directly correlated to a positive lifelong Pi Phi experience. 

Within our facilities, our members meet, build sisterhood and create lifelong friendships. Some of our members’ fondest memories are formed from their time spent in Pi Phi housing, resulting in bonds that can last forever. 

Our facilities are our most valuable asset, and our biggest liability.

From providing maintenance repairs to renovating dated facilities, we need to help and sustain the housing experience for current and future chapter members. As our biggest liability, we need to provide the resources to keep our members safe and secure. We also need to continue to ensure our houses are up-to-date on federal, state, city and campus regulations. As our most valuable asset, we need to provide our chapters with a housing experience that is competitive with other Greek organizations, off-campus options and university or college amenities. Staying competitive will help maintain Pi Phi’s position on campuses as a worthwhile investment for potential, current and new members.

FHC services include accounting (including IRS returns and state corporation filings), property management and employee management. FHC assists chapters in financial planning by providing competitive loan options and full management of the chapter’s housing assets. FHC also has the financial resources to address high-need chapter facilities. The trustworthy and reliable staff is committed to taking care of all duties necessary in managing a women’s fraternity house. The staff ensures that our collegians feel comfortable providing feedback and reporting facility needs and that that those are met in a timely manner.

The long-term goal for Pi Beta Phi is to offer a consistently premier housing experience to our members. FHC will expand as needed to achieve this goal and ensure that viable resources exist. 

FHC Chapters Include:

  • Arizona Beta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Dorm

  • Arizona Gamma
    • Housing Type: University Owned Dorm

  • California Omicron
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • California Xi
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Colorado Alpha
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • Connecticut Gamma
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Delaware Alpha
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Florida Epsilon
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • Florida Zeta
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Georgia Beta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Lodge
  • Illinois Kappa
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Illinois Zeta
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • Indiana Epsilon
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • Indiana Gamma
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • Indiana Zeta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Suite

  • Massachusetts Gamma
    • Housing Type: University Owned Dorm
  • Mississippi Gamma
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • North Carolina Beta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Suite & Dorm
  • New Jersey Alpha
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • New York Eta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Penthouse
  • Ohio Kappa
    • Housing Type: University Owned Townhouse
  • Ohio Lambda
    • Housing Type: University Owned House
  • Pennsylvania Epsilon
    • Housing Type: University Owned Suite
  • Pennsylvania Kappa
    • Housing Type: University Owned House
  • South Carolina Alpha
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
  • South Carolina Beta
    • Housing Type: University Owned Suite & Dorm
  • Virginia Iota
    • Housing Type: Storage Unit
  • Vermont Beta
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House

  • Wisconsin Alpha
    • Housing Type: FHC Owned House
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