They have done a lot of one-on-one recruiting and had activities to answer some questions regarding the organization. They have also held chapter meetings to help get the fraternity started. They have now pre-initiated over 40 members.
“Pi Kappa Phi is committed to developing students into leaders throughout their time in the fraternity,” said Seller, “and we hope to positively impact Greek life on campus as well as improve the surrounding community.”
Seller joined the organization because he had seen it make an impact for students. Pi Kappa Phi specifically works with disabled individuals under their philanthropy The Ability Experience. He continues to help by being a consultant after having graduated, “as it was too hard to pass up traveling to make an impact,” according to Seller.
Currently, the DU chapter is going through a one year period before chartering. Chartering is when members have a formal initiation and become officially recognized by Pi Kappa Phi. They will still be pre-initiating members through the winter quarter of next year. While the chapter is open to anyone, there is a minimum academic requirement of a 2.6 GPA and strong leadership on campus.