Kappa Phi Fraternity is a values-based membership development organization that
focuses on building brotherhood through character enhancement, leadership
development, academic achievement, commitment to service, lifelong friendship,
and social experiences.
Members of Pi Kappa Phi are expected to uphold and abide by certain
standards of conduct as established in the Constitution, Supreme Laws, policies
and resolutions of the Supreme Chapter, and Ritual of the fraternity.
Additionally, members are expected to abide by the policies and regulations of
their college or university and to hold each other accountable to these
standards. When members of Pi Kappa Phi fail to exemplify our shared values,
conduct proceedings are used to assert and uphold these expectations.
Chapter Conduct Logs
Below is listing of reported alleged chapter conduct violations by academic year, as well as applicable sanctions from the National Headquarters, university, and/or Interfraternity Council.
Chapter Conduct (2011-2012)
Chapter Conduct (2010-2011)
Chapter Conduct (2009-2010)
Chapter Conduct (2008-2009)
Chapter Conduct (2007-2008)
For more information regarding the alleged conduct violations listed here, please contact Director of Standards & Accountability Scott Leighty.