Pi Beta Phi
Drury University
About Our Chapter

The Missouri Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi is one of four sororities at Drury University.


Fun Facts

Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women was founded on April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL.

Pi Beta Phi was one of the nine founders of the National PanHellenic Conference. 

Pi Phi is the first women's fraternity to be founded on the men's fraternity model and the first to start a

chapter at another college.

12 amazing women founded the Fraternity.

Pi Phi is officially a fraternity, not a sorority. The word "sorority" had not been coined in 1867 when Pi Phi was founded.

Pi Phi was founded as I.C. Sorosis. The name was changed to Pi Beta Phi in 1888.

Awards & Accomplishments

As a Pi Beta Phi tradition, we constantly work toward our very best, as individuals and a long-standing presence on campus.



University awards: We are proud to be recognized as an outstanding chapter on Drury's campus. We were honored by our university with the following awards for the 2017-2018 year:

-Panther Service Cup - 4th year in a row

-Fall 2017 - Highest Cumulative Greek GPA  at 3.55

-Fall 2017 semester average - 3.5

- 2017 President Abby Mercer awarded with Outstanding Officer of the Year

- Senior Kelsey Olsen awarded with Outstanding Senior of the Year


Dear Parents, 

You have been her guide through childhood and have watched your daughter grow into a beautiful young woman. Watch her as she continues to grow as a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. Pi Beta Phi offers many opportunities for growth and leadership during your daughter's years as a collegian. The friendships she makes will last a lifetime, and the leadership skills will benefit her in every aspect of her life.


As a member of Pi Beta Phi, your daughter will receive friendship, companionship, scholastic assistance and leadership training. She will be an essential link in a historically rich fraternity founded by remarkable women whose achievements were ahead of their time. Your daughter will have the opportunity to be a part of Pi Phi's literacy philanthropies. Your daughter will belong to an organization with high ideals and purposes, whose keynote is friendship - warm, simple and sincere.


There are several opportunities for parents to become involved in the Pi Phi experience! Our Pi Phi Parents Club sponsors several events throughout the year, including Parents Weekend and Scholarship Banquet. Activities for Pi Phi moms and dads are a great way for parents to stay involved in the collegiate experience while building relationships with other Pi Phi parents.




The Missouri Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi is one of four sororities at Drury University.


Fun Facts

Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women was founded on April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL.

Pi Beta Phi was one of the nine founders of the National PanHellenic Conference. 

Pi Phi is the first women's fraternity to be founded on the men's fraternity model and the first to start a

chapter at another college.

12 amazing women founded the Fraternity.

Pi Phi is officially a fraternity, not a sorority. The word "sorority" had not been coined in 1867 when Pi Phi was founded.

Pi Phi was founded as I.C. Sorosis. The name was changed to Pi Beta Phi in 1888.

Awards & Accomplishments

As a Pi Beta Phi tradition, we constantly work toward our very best, as individuals and a long-standing presence on campus.



University awards: We are proud to be recognized as an outstanding chapter on Drury's campus. We were honored by our university with the following awards for the 2017-2018 year:

-Panther Service Cup - 4th year in a row

- 2017 President Abby Mercer awarded with Outstanding Officer of the Year

- Senior Kelsey Olsen awarded with Outstanding Senior of the Year

-Fall 2017 - Highest Cumulative Greek GPA  at 3.55

-Fall 2017 semester average - 3.5



Dear Parents, 

You have been her guide through childhood and have watched your daughter grow into a beautiful young woman. Watch her as she continues to grow as a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. Pi Beta Phi offers many opportunities for growth and leadership during your daughter's years as a collegian. The friendships she makes will last a lifetime, and the leadership skills will benefit her in every aspect of her life.


As a member of Pi Beta Phi, your daughter will receive friendship, companionship, scholastic assistance and leadership training. She will be an essential link in a historically rich fraternity founded by remarkable women whose achievements were ahead of their time. Your daughter will have the opportunity to be a part of Pi Phi's literacy philanthropies. Your daughter will belong to an organization with high ideals and purposes, whose keynote is friendship - warm, simple and sincere.


There are several opportunities for parents to become involved in the Pi Phi experience! Our Pi Phi Parents Club sponsors several events throughout the year, including Parents Weekend and Scholarship Banquet. Activities for Pi Phi moms and dads are a great way for parents to stay involved in the collegiate experience while building relationships with other Pi Phi parents.