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Theta Xi chapter at Arizona State recently won Kroeg Award for best chapter in the nation


The Theta Xi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity recently received a number of awards during it’s Midyear Leadership Conference. Included in these was the acclaimed Kroeg Award. Named after one of the three founders of Pi Kappa Phi, this award is granted to the best chapter in the nation.

Watch CEO Mark Timmes announcing the Kroeg Award.



Pi Kappa Phi at Arizona State University was founded on March 10, 2006, and with the hard work of 46 founding fathers over the course of one year, the Pi Kappa Phi – Theta Xi Chapter chartered on April 21, 2007. Since its founding, the men at Arizona State have built one of the strongest chapters of Pi Kappa Phi in the nation, recently being recognized as the best chapter in the nation with the Kroeg Award.


Miss Push America

In order to promote a society where people are committed to equality and justice for all able-bodied and disabled alike, where people hesitate to oppress or harm one another. Every spring the Brothers of Pi Kappa Phi-Theta Xi put on a charitable women’s ambassadorial competition to raise funds and awareness to support such a world [...]