As Tropical Storm Isaac approaches the Gulf Coast, Pi
Kappa Phi is continuing to monitor the progress of the storm and the impact it
may have on our undergraduate chapters in the Gulf States. Pi Kappa Phi has emailed
all undergraduate members, advisors and fraternity/sorority life professionals
at institutions that could be be affected by Isaac.
Those schools include: Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma), Beta Mu
(McNeese State), Beta Nu (Houston), Beta Omicron (Northwestern State), Gamma
Delta (Memphis), Gamma Iota (LSU), Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi), Theta Pi
(UT–Tyler), Theta Phi (Louisiana Tech), Iota Zeta (Stephen F. Austin), Mississippi
State Associate Chapter and Arkansas - Ft. Smith Associate Chapter.
Chapters and members in the path of the storm are
encouraged to follow the guidelines and instructions of their campus officials
and emergency management officials. Members have been encouraged to reference
Safety Preparation Guide developed by the Department of
Homeland Security for additional preparation tips. Additionally, members should
review the Hurricane
Preparedness Guide provided
by our insurance carrier, Willis, Inc.
Pi Kappa Phi is committed to the safety of all members,
and as such, will remain a resource for affected chapters throughout the
weekend. In case of an emergency, chapter
members should first contact local authorities. In addition, chapters can reach
Chris Conner at the National Headquarters at (704) 807-6528 throughout the week
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