Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity Ratings at UNCO

Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 53 4.05
  • Total Ratings: 53
  • Overall Average:81%

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  • Reputation:Smart
  • Friendliness:83.6%
  • Popularity:81.2%
  • Classiness:81.2%
  • Involvement:80%
  • Social Life:82.6%
  • Brotherhood:79.6%
  • 53 Ratings
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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 4.0 The first fraternity in North America to incorporate most of the elements of modern fraternities was Phi Beta Kappa, founded at the College of William and Mary in 1775. The founding of Phi Beta Kappa followed the earlier establishment of two other secret student societies that had existed at that campus as early as 1750. In 1779 Phi Beta Kappa expanded to include chapters at Harvard and Yale. By the early 19th century, the organization transformed itself into a scholastic honor society and abandoned secrecy. In 1825, Kappa Alpha Society, the oldest extant fraternity to retain its social characteristic, was established at Union College. In 1827, Sigma Phi and Delta Phi were also founded at the same institution,[4] creating the Union Triad. The further birthing of Psi Upsilon (1833), Chi Psi (1841) and Theta Delta Chi (1847) collectively established Union College as the Mother of Fraternities. It should also be noted that the social fraternity Chi Phi, although officially formed in 1854, traces its roots to 1824,[5][6] and oldest.org considers it the oldest social fraternity.[7] Fratern ities represented the intersection between dining clubs, literary societies and secret initiatory orders such as Freemasonry. Their early growth was widely opposed by university administrators, though the increasing influence of fraternity alumni, as well as several high-profile court cases, succeeded in largely muting opposition by the 1880s.[4] The first fraternity meeting hall, or lodge, seems to have been that of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Chi Psi at the University of Michigan in 1845, leading to a tradition in that fraternity to name its buildings "lodges". As fraternity membership was punishable by expulsion at many colleges at this time, the house was located deep in the woods.[8] The first residential chapter home, built by a fraternity, is believed to have been Alpha Delta Phi's chapter at Cornell, with groundbreaking dated to 1878.[9] Alpha Tau Omega became the first fraternity to own a residential house in the South when, in 1880, its chapter at the University of the South acquired one.[10] Chapters of many fraternities followed suit, purchasing and less often, building them with support of alumni. Phi Sigma Kappa's chapter home at Cornell, completed in 1902, is the oldest such house still occupied by its fraternal builders.[11] Members of Phi Kappa Sigma at Washington & Jefferson College in 1872 Sororities
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The first fraternity in North America to incorporate most of the elements of modern fraternities was Phi Beta Kappa, founded at the College of William and Mary in 1775. The founding of Phi Beta Kappa followed the earlier establishment of two other secret student societies that had existed at that campus as early as 1750. In 1779 Phi Beta Kappa expanded to include chapters at Harvard and Yale. By the early 19th century, the organization transformed itself into a scholastic honor society and abandoned secrecy. In 1825, Kappa Alpha Society, the oldest extant fraternity to retain its social characteristic, was established at Union College. In 1827, Sigma Phi and Delta Phi were also founded at the same institution,[4] creating the Union Triad. The further birthing of Psi Upsilon (1833), Chi Psi (1841) and Theta Delta Chi (1847) collectively established Union College as the Mother of Fraternities. It should also be noted that the social fraternity Chi Phi, although officially formed in 1854, traces its roots to 1824,[5][6] and oldest.org considers it the oldest social fraternity.[7] Fratern ities represented the intersection between dining clubs, literary societies and secret initiatory orders such as Freemasonry. Their early growth was widely opposed by university administrators, though the increasing influence of fraternity alumni, as well as several high-profile court cases, succeeded in largely muting opposition by the 1880s.[4] The first fraternity meeting hall, or lodge, seems to have been that of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Chi Psi at the University of Michigan in 1845, leading to a tradition in that fraternity to name its buildings "lodges". As fraternity membership was punishable by expulsion at many colleges at this time, the house was located deep in the woods.[8] The first residential chapter home, built by a fraternity, is believed to have been Alpha Delta Phi's chapter at Cornell, with groundbreaking dated to 1878.[9] Alpha Tau Omega became the first fraternity to own a residential house in the South when, in 1880, its chapter at the University of the South acquired one.[10] Chapters of many fraternities followed suit, purchasing and less often, building them with support of alumni. Phi Sigma Kappa's chapter home at Cornell, completed in 1902, is the oldest such house still occupied by its fraternal builders.[11] Members of Phi Kappa Sigma at Washington & Jefferson College in 1872 Sororities

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 4.7 Pi Kapp is a chapter filled with a lot of genuine and nice guys! They’re all pretty easy to talk to and have always been kind to those around them! They’re all involved within greek life and the community too. Strong brotherhood and they had the highest GPA last year! Would recommend this chapter for sure!
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By: greekgurlPosted:

Pi Kapp is a chapter filled with a lot of genuine and nice guys! They’re all pretty easy to talk to and have always been kind to those around them! They’re all involved within greek life and the community too. Strong brotherhood and they had the highest GPA last year! Would recommend this chapter for sure!

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 3.4 I love pikapp parties but these guys need to chill a bit. Seems like they spend too much time trying to compete against other instead of dealing with issues that drag them down as a whole. Maybe if they didn’t put so much powder up their noses then they’d be able to chill out long enough to actually make a positive difference on campus.
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By: BigOofPosted:

I love pikapp parties but these guys need to chill a bit. Seems like they spend too much time trying to compete against other instead of dealing with issues that drag them down as a whole. Maybe if they didn’t put so much powder up their noses then they’d be able to chill out long enough to actually make a positive difference on campus.

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 4.4 pretty great guys. some weirdos but that's expected at UNC.
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By: nattyPosted:

pretty great guys. some weirdos but that's expected at UNC.

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Alpha Phi Sorority

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 5.0 They’re parties are awful but there guys are nice and some of them smell good
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By: Shy guyPosted:

They’re parties are awful but there guys are nice and some of them smell good

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Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity
Delta Zeta Sorority

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 2.0 They seem to be falling apart lately. Definitely have become less social as a chapter
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By: Campus commons Posted:

They seem to be falling apart lately. Definitely have become less social as a chapter

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 3.2 Some guys are nice and others not so much.
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By: not badPosted:

Some guys are nice and others not so much.

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 3.0 These guys are basically the average frat. They tend to have major egos and don’t cooperate well with the other frats on campus. Overall they seem like they want to come across as better than everyone else. Basically wanna be DTD’s.
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By: CampusaveragePosted:

These guys are basically the average frat. They tend to have major egos and don’t cooperate well with the other frats on campus. Overall they seem like they want to come across as better than everyone else. Basically wanna be DTD’s.

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 3.5 Top house by default.. not much of an accomplishment but since no is left on campus, they win.
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By: Rando Posted:

Top house by default.. not much of an accomplishment but since no is left on campus, they win.

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Pi Kappa Phi - ΠΚΦ Fraternity at University of Northern Colorado - UNCO 4.5 These guys occasionally eat ass
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By: Mike HuntPosted:

These guys occasionally eat ass

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