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Campus Involvement

Our sisters are involved in a wide variety of campus clubs. No one Pi Phi is alike; each one of us is unique and holds different interests. Many of our sisters are involved in research projects related to their major, many are a part of different philanthropic clubs, and all seek academic success. Not only do we strive for greatness in the classroom but also in our local community.

We also invite the MSU community to join us in supporting our philanthropic services. Follow our Facebook page for upcoming information and dates on our philanthropic events.

2020 CAMPUS RECOGNITIONS

Greek Gala Awards

Michigan State University's Student Leadership Awards:

Outstanding Greek Organization - Silver Award


Pi Beta Phi 2020 Collegiate Excellence Awards

Collegiate Excellence in Community Relations 


In 2020, the Michigan Gamma Chapter built a Little Free Library in the park next to the chapter house which helped the chapter to build positive relationships with their neighbors, the East Lansing Public Library, and the East Lansing Parks & Recreation department. The chapter also maintained their relationship with Cavanaugh Elementary School through videos of bilingual members reading children’s books and a pen pal program with Cavanaugh’s second graders.

OUR PAST PHILANTHROPIC EVENTS

HALO GAMES

In 2019, to help spread awareness about our philanthropy to the MSU community, we organized an event where members of the Greek Community can compete in Minute-to-Win-it challenges. The final four teams then take part in a Dodgeball tournament to decide who wins. 

PI PHI PARLOR

MI Gamma held Pi Phi Parlor on October 9th 2019. Friends, family, and other members of the surrounding community came to support. We had an abundance of sweet treats including Grand Traverse pies, MSU Dairy Store ice cream, and a chocolate fondue fountain! We also had a Pie-a-Pi station where guests could donate $5 to "pie" a chapter member.