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General Overview

About FHC

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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.


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. 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 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 also 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. To learn more about the support FHC offers, click here to read about the FHC Housing Myths Versus Reality article from a recent edition of The Arrow.

Following the formation of FHC, it was decided that each new chapter should be enrolled in FHC; therefore, FHC owns 25 chapters, providing them with day-to-day facility management services. FHC chapters include California Omicron, California Xi, Connecticut Gamma, Delaware Alpha, Florida Epsilon, Florida Zeta, Georgia Beta, Illinois Kappa, Illinois Zeta, Indiana Epsilon, Indiana Gamma, Massachusetts Gamma, Maryland Gamma, Mississippi Gamma, North Carolina Beta, New Jersey Alpha, New Mexico Beta, New York Eta, Ohio Kappa, Ohio Lambda, Pennsylvania Epsilon, Pennsylvania Kappa, South Carolina Alpha, Vermont Beta and Virginia Iota.

To see a gallery of chapter facility pictures, check out the Pi Phi Flickr account on the right side of the home page!