Pi Kapp College
An Institute for Emerging Leaders
Pi Kapp College is a transformational, six-day leadership development experience that empowers participants to create the ideal chapter. Pi Kapp College is targeted toward rising sophomores and juniors, and participants must apply to attend. Pi Kapp College faculty members are leading professionals in higher education, including alumni and friends of the fraternity.
Pi Kapp College has proven to be one of the fraternity's most impactful ― and most enduring ― leadership experiences. Since its redesign in 2010, nearly three quarters of all Pi Kapp College graduates have gone on to hold leadership positions in their chapters or campus communities.
Pi Kapp College 2014
Dates & Locations
Pi Kappa Phi will offer two sessions of Pi Kapp College in summer 2014:
Session I: June 8-13, 2014
Session II: June 15-20, 2014
Participants must be initiated members of Pi Kappa Phi by June 1, 2014. Preference will be given to applicants going into their sophomore or junior year of college. Additionally, the fraternity may limit the number of participants from a single chapter who attend either session, although there is no restriction on how many members from a single chapter may apply. The admissions committee will base final decisions on the quality of the application submitted, as well as the diversity of chapters represented in a session.
In addition to large group sessions, students also participate in small groups, called "huddles." Huddles are led by two faculty members (one alumnus and one friend of the fraternity). In these groups, participants make friends, cultivate brotherhood, reflect on what’s been discussed, and make meaning of each day’s curriculum. Ten huddle faculty positions are available for each session of Pi Kapp College.
Participant Application Process
Applications will be available in January 2014.
Accommodations & Meals
Pi Kapp College will begin in Charlotte, N.C. at the Kelley A. Bergstrom Leadership Center. The majority of the program will take place at the Sigma Chapter house at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C., and participants will spend a full day in Charleston, S.C., for a heritage tour, including historic Pi Kappa Phi sites in Charleston and on the College of Charleston campus. All meals during the program are provided. Students will be housed in double-occupancy rooms in the Greek Village at the University of South Carolina.
Pi Kapp College is a substance-free learning environment. From the time of arrival to the time of departure, all Pi Kapp College attendees commit to remaining substance-free. If an individual chooses to violate this policy, he will be removed from the program, sent home at his expense, and will reimburse Pi Kappa Phi for the full cost of his attendance.
For more information about Pi Kapp College, contact Director of Leadership Development Rachel Marsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.