Pi Kappa Alpha

Pike House

National Founding: March 1, 1868
Local Founding: January 25, 1908

PI KAPPA ALPHA was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868 and has grown to become the one of the largest national fraternities with more than 200 active chapters and over 250,000 initiates. The Alpha Mu Chapter at the University of Georgia was founded in 1908, making Pike one of the oldest fraternities on campus. In 2009, our chapter moved from 360 South Lumpkin Street to a new house in Greek Park by Sanford Stadium.  

The Alpha Mu brotherhood strongly emphasizes excellence in academics, athletics, leadership and community service. These qualities are exemplified by Alpha Mu’s representation in club athletics, IFC, Order of Omega, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key Honor Society, and the UGA Honors Program. Our annual philanthropy event – Spike for Life – is a beach volleyball tournament benefitting UGA Miracle. 

While academics and integrity are the main focus of Alpha Mu, the brothers still find time to continue the tradition of a strong social calendar. Our brothers enjoy numerous date nights, band parties, and socials throughout the year including our Epicurean Ball Formal in New Orleans, Beach Weekend in Florida and our annual series of concerts called Pike’s Peak. The Alpha Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha has and will continue to develop young men into leaders and gentlemen in the classroom and around campus. 

 

Contact Information

"Pike"
145 Greek Park Circle
Athens, GA 30605

Local Website

National Website

President
Robert Leslie
rob.h.leslie@gmail.com

Recruitment Chairs
Will Moore
wpm71971@uga.edu

Joel Ryder
joel.ryder1@gmail.com

Contact IFC

706-542-4612
(F): 706-542-4611

ugaifc@gmail.com

153 Tate Student Center
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

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Claudia Shamp
Director of Greek Life
cshamp@uga.edu

After-hours/Hazing Hotline:
706-207-0779

 

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