Providing our members with opportunities for personal development is a priority for Pi Kappa Phi. In this section, you can learn more about the developmental opportunities available to you exclusively as an undergraduate member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
Pi Kappa Phi has a long history of creating and adapting educational programs to meet the changing needs of each generation of Pi Kapp men. To address emerging trends on campuses and in fraternities, our leadership development program, the Pi Kappa Phi Journey, provides opportunities for a meaningful lifelong fraternity experience and prepare them to shoulder their full responsibility as citizens in a global society.
From cutting-edge curriculum at events like Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders and Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers to innovative educational programs like Life 401, Pi Kappa Phi is committed to the betterment of our men. Our members begin their leadership roles today by taking an active position on campus as well as within the community.
Through The Ability Experience, Pi Kappa Phi provides hands-on leadership development and instills a lifelong commitment to service through a host of programs that enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities.
Members of Pi Kappa Phi are actively involved in the following organizations:
Student Activities Board, NSU Football team, Freshman Connectors, Demon VIP, Student Government Association, Psi Chi, Catholic Student Organization, Ambassadors, Interfraternity Council, Spirit of Northwestern Marching Band, NSU Rowing Team, Baptist Collegiate Ministries, Tri-Beta, American Society of Microbiology, NSU Theatre, Intramural Sports, Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, NSU ROTC, NSU Club Soccer, Criminal Justice Association of America, NSU Cheerleaders, Association of Information Technology Professionals, Psychology Club, Mu Epsilon Delta (Pre-Med), Order of Omega, Blue Key Honor Society, Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society.
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS
Several members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity have served as student body president of Northwestern State University. These members have brought credit to the Fraternity by embodying the “Exceptional Leaders. Uncommon Opportunities” tag line. As the voice of the students, these leaders have guided the Student Government Association and its efforts for the betterment of NSU. An asterisk (*) denotes members of Phi Kappa Nu, the predecessor of the Beta Omicron Chapter.
|1935 to 1936||Mr. Van Odom*|
|1949 to 1950||Mr. Gabe Barkate*|
|1951 to 1952||Mr. Don Jones*|
|1952 to 1953||Mr. Leland Langridge*|
|1953 to 1954||Mr. Ronald Quinn*|
|1955 to 1956||Mr. Harry Moore|
|1958 to 1959||Mr. John Barkate|
|1961 to 1962||Mr. Roland McKneeley|
|1999 to 2000||Mr. Shawn Hornsby|
|2003 to 2004||Mr. Greg Comeaux|
|2007 to 2008||Mr. Shayne Creppel|
|2008 to 2009||Mr. Cody Bourque|
The Beta Omicron Chapter has an impressive number of true American heroes: brothers who have served or are currently serving in the military. More than 10 percent of our members and alumni are veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Click the link above to visit our wall of honor.
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