Pi Beta Phi
at the University of Cincinnati
About Our Chapter


Since their colonization at the University of Cincinnati in 2009,  Ohio Kappa has developed a sisterhood formed, bound and shaped by our values as members of Pi Beta Phi.


Sisters are encouraged to share their personal connections to Pi Phi's core values at “Leading with Values” and “Getting to Know You” Sisterhoods. The foundations of sisterhood laid at events like these are built upon through community engagement in both the local greek community and beyond into the greater Cincinnati area through collaborative and hands-on philanthropy and service programs.  In 2017, chapter members worked to bring Pi Beta Phi’s Fraternity Day of Service Signature Event to Cincinnati and gave away 20,000 books to the Cincinnati community. OH Kappa raised over $10,000 for Read > Lead > Achieve, the national philanthropy of Pi Beta Phi. Additionally, they directly impact the community through the Champions are Readers program on a weekly basis which allows women to volunteer at the Academy of World Languages and engage with the students through a Pen Pal program. OH Kappa also volunteers through Inner City Youth Opportunities in partnership with the men of Sigma Chi. 


Since their colonization at the University of Cincinnati in 2009,  Ohio Kappa has developed a sisterhood formed, bound and shaped by our values as members of Pi Beta Phi.


Sisters are encouraged to share their personal connections to Pi Phi's core values at “Leading with Values” and “Getting to Know You” Sisterhoods. The foundations of sisterhood laid at events like these are built upon through community engagement in both the local greek community and beyond into the greater Cincinnati area through collaborative and hands-on philanthropy and service programs.  

OH Kappa raised over $10,000 for their Philanthropy, Read > Lead > Achieve this past year. Additionally, they directly impacted the community through their Champions are Readers program with 15-20 women volunteering at the Academy of World Languages and 30 women being pen pals engaged with students every week. Also weekly, at least 10 women volunteered with Inner City Youth Opportunities in partnership with the men of Sigma Chi. Most notably, perhaps, is the fact that chapter members have worked to bring Pi Beta Phi’s Fraternity Day of Service Signature Event to Cincinnati this March and will be giving away 20,000 books to the Cincinnati community.