The brothers of Pennsylvania Pi at Robert Morris University take pride in the community service that they provide. Since Fall 2012, the chapter has been recognized as the chapter on campus with the highest number of community service hours. During the Fall of 2014, Pennsylvania Pi achieved many top rankings within the Robert Morris Greek Community. The chapter had the highest GPA for new members (3.67), maintained their standing as the largest fraternity on campus, held the second highest GPA of fraternities on campus and the highest in the chapter’s history (3.27), had the most fraternity members on Dean’s List (30 of 63), performed 2,363 hours of community service and raised the most money of all Greek organizations for a philanthropic cause ($5,741.50).
The brothers will continue to strive for greatness, and they hope to endow their memorial scholarship for Founding Father Micheal Haines this semester.