369 S Prospect St
Burlington, VT 05401
With a clear commitment to service and a culture that develops the whole person, Pi Beta Phi Fraternity is a values-based organization in which individual development is a key component of the mission and vision of the organization. Pi Beta Phi attracts women who possess a desire to be a part of a dynamic organization promoting growth in all areas of life.
The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
Honor and Respect
Personal and Intellectual Growth
Philanthropic Service to Others
President: Grace Wagner (email@example.com)
Vice President of Member Development: Cassie Furlong
Vice President of Fraternity Development: Abby Shuster
Vice President of Administration: Caitlin de Nagy
Vice President of Finance: Sarah Lewis
Vice President of Communications: Lauren Fecura
Vice President of Philanthropy: Lindsay Sweet
Vice President of Membership: Molly Feldman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President of Event Planning: Danielle Banky
Vice President of Housing: Claire Wyatt
New Member Coordinator: Jessica Hella
Policy and Standards Board Chair: Emma Rubin
Pi Beta Phi was founded locally in 1898 by several ambitious young women. Among these women was Grace Goodhue, later Grace Coolidge first lady of the United States. Our chapter house is home to seventeen chapter members who live and work together. We employ a chef and cleaning staff for the chapter members as well as a House Director who lives with and offers assistance to the women in the house. Our house is an historical landmark in the state of Vermont which means it has not Been changed since its construction.
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity was founded at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, on April 28, 1867, as I.C. Sorosis. Pi Beta Phi was the first national secret college society of women to be modeled after the Greek-letter fraternities of men. During a time when few women were admitted to colleges and universities, Pi Beta Phi created a feeling of unity among pioneering women. Currently, Pi Phi has 130 chapters in the United States and Canada.
Colors: Wine and Silver Blue
Symbol: Golden Arrow
Flower: Wine carnation
Grace Coolidge, Former First Lady
Jennifer Garner, Golden Globe Winning Actress
Barbara Bush, Former First Lady
Carrie Chapman Catt, Founder of the League of Women Voters
Ann Turner Cook, Original Gerber Baby
Pi Beta Phi is dedicated to philanthropic and community service efforts that will remove the barrier of illiteracy.
This means we support literacy in a number of ways: through unique partnerships with organizations, through financial backings, through club and chapter programming and so much more.
The sisters of Vermont Beta volunteer in a third grade classroom at JFK Elementary School. Every day sisters assist the students in this classroom with math, reading, and writing. In addition to the daily volunteering, the sisters of Vermont Beta also attend Fraternity Day of Service. Since 2005, Pi Phi’s have been giving their time, talents and treasures to their local communities to promote reading in honor of Fraternity Day of Service on or around March 2. Through Read > Lead > Achieve initiatives like Fraternity Day of Service, Pi Phi’s make a huge impact in their communities by creating awareness around the importance of reading to children and providing service to others. On this day all of our sisters volunteer in several classrooms at JFK Elementary and assist the students in a special project.
Chapter of the Year: 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008-09, 2012-13, 2014
GPA Achievement: Above UVM All Women's 2015
Excellence in Recruitment and Retention 2015
Excellence in Service Initiative 2015
"We Live for Each Other" Philanthropy Award 2015
Excellence in Community Involvement and Leadership 2015
Excellence in Alumni Relations 2015