Student Life

Pi Chi

Nickname: Pi Chi
Colors: Royal Purple and Silver
Year Founded: 1909
(Re-founded in 2006)
The Pi Chi fraternity is the oldest Greek organization on campus, having been established in 1909. With being the oldest comes the great honor of having a deep and well-connected network of alumni. Pi Chi makes a pledge to make good men greater, to be honest and to be their best no matter the situation or circumstance. We take great pride in the fact that several buildings, rooms, and facilities on campus are named after Pi Chi alumni. We welcome all to come visit us at our house, which was built by our brothers in the 1950s.

The brothers of Pi Chi wear the colors royal purple and silver proudly. We pride ourselves on being respectful to not just our fellow colleagues but also the members in our society around us. We are a very tight brotherhood that is not easily broken. The Pi Chi fraternity is involved in multiple extracurricular activities. Parker Dorrough, Marcus Evans and Michael Semon are Maroon and Grey Student Ambassadors. Bert Thompson is in the Finance Club on campus. Colter Rios breeds endangered fish. We also have multiple guys on the football team and a brother on the tennis team.

We are not just involved on campus, but we also like to give back to the community around us. Recently we supported the people in the Believe Walk in order to raise awareness for breast cancer. We also spent a day at the Smiley Library cleaning and maintaining the property.

The University has a long tradition of encouraging and supporting study abroad.

More than 47 percent of Redlands undergraduates participate in study abroad programs.

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