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OF PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY

SUM2018

Wood, Concrete & Nails Generations building a lasting impact

Snapshot

A look back at 2017

A Common Bond

The call to lead & duty to serve


CEO CORNER

Through Difficulties to the Stars

Mark E. Timmes

SUBMISSIONS Materials for publication should be sent directly to the managing editor at the address or email address shown below. Letters to the editor will be printed at the discretion of the editors. With the print and online STAR & LAMP, we accept materials on an ongoing basis. PARENTS The STAR & LAMP is being sent to your address while your son is in college. Please feel free to read through the magazine as we hope it is a publication you will enjoy too. If your son is no longer in college or is no longer living at home, please send his new contact information to the address or email address below. PUBLISHER STAR & LAMP (USPS 519-000) is issued two times a year by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at 2015 Ayrsley Town Boulevard, Suite 200, Charlotte, NC 28273 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER Send address changes to: STAR & LAMP 2015 Ayrsley Town Blvd, Ste 200 Charlotte, NC 28273

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Mark E. Timmes CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Victor Tran

MANAGING EDITORS

Johnny Andrews Justin Horne CONTRIBUTORS

Justin Angotti Andrew Bublitz Greg Buehner Chris Conner Brent A. Grunig Basil Lyberg James Maloney Andrew Matznick Chris Shade Mindy Welch

“The interfraternal world faces a year of crisis. From all directions we hear expressed the fear that ranks will be reduced by the inability of members to pay chapter dues; that it will be more difficult than ever to [recruit] new men; that houses may have to be closed and charters withdrawn. The strength of every fraternity’s organization will be tested as it has not been for many a year.” In the midst of the Great Depression, Founder A. Pelzer Wagener, serving then as National President, opened the October 1932 issue of the Star & Lamp with these exact words—his own reflection on an ancient motto: ad astra per aspera. Through difficulties to the stars. A year into the Great Recession, I echoed Founder Wagener’s remarks in the Spring 2009 issue of the Star & Lamp as we all considered how our country’s financial challenges would impact Pi Kappa Phi. Today, we find ourselves facing an equally daunting challenge: balancing student self-governance with the need for accountability; remaining a relevant and valued part of the collegiate experience amidst a changing landscape in higher education and ensuring our alumni find Pi Kappa Phi to be a meaningful part of their life after graduation. Ad astra per aspera. Through difficulties to the stars. Every summer, I pause—ever so briefly—to reflect on the year that’s passed and the one that is just about to begin. This year, I am reminded that in order for Pi Kappa Phi to be successful, our students and alumni must continue to invest—we must all recommit to the sacred oath we swore on the night of our initiation into this brotherhood. As you’ll see in the pages that follow, 2017 brought successes and challenges for Pi Kappa Phi. With each year that passes, we reach new summits and experience new valleys. Woven throughout the fabric of our history, however, remains a commitment to lead and an obligation to serve those around us. Much like Founder Wagener, my outlook is not just simple optimism; but instead, confident faith. I have faith in our commitment to the values upon which Pi Kappa Phi is built. I have faith in the capacity of our student and alumni leaders and in their commitment to community. I have faith that each of you will strive each day to help build, in your own way, the ideal Pi Kappa Phi. In our journey toward a future where every brother embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self and betters the world around him, we must all do our share to make it so. As always, I hope you enjoy this issue of the Star & Lamp! Yours in the brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi,

Mark E. Timmes Chief Executive Officer mtimmes@pikapp.org

EMAIL ADDRESS

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PAGE ONE CHARTERINGS

2018 continued growth efforts During the Spring 2018 semester, Pi Kappa Phi chartered on six campuses. Congratulations to these chapters!

Beta Gamma at Louisville Re-founded: March 24, 2018

Kappa Pi at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Founded: April 7, 2018

Kappa Rho at Vermont Founded: April 14, 2018

Kappa Sigma at Colorado - Colorado Springs Founded: April 14, 2018

Iota Sigma at San Jose State Re-founded: April 28, 2018

Kappa Tau at Eastern Washington Founded: May 5, 2018

COMING

SOON...

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TOP POSTS OF THE YEAR

A look back:

Based upon analysis of data related to engagement and reach, here's some of the top Pi Kappa Phi Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts of the year.

(reach: 42,085)

(reach: 61,345)

"I'll never in my life be able to thank you enough. You are a hero." After nine months of dialysis, Braden Decker, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma), now has a new kidney from his chapter brother David Hopkins. This is brotherhood. (reach: 19,250)

(likes: 1,233)

(reach: 19,864)

VIDEO POST: We have a message to the volunteers of Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience in recognition of #NationalVolunteerWeek. (reach: 27,912)

(likes: 1,636)

(reach: 41,488)

LIVE VIDEO: The Ability Experience Team Events arrival at the US Capitol (reach: 34,738) (likes: 1,147)

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SUM2018 || VOL. CVI, NO. 2 FEATURES

6 OUR CHAPTERS

Offering a glimpse at the activities and operations of our chapters

23 A COMMON BOND

The impact of brotherhood across the nation

44 NATIONAL COUNCIL SLATE

Meet the men who may lead the fraternity through 2020

CONCRETE 46 &WOOD, NAILS

Generations of work in upstate Ohio

COLUMNS

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1 || CHARTERINGS

2 || TOP POSTS OF THE YEAR

5 || HOUSE & HOME

7 || CHAPTER SCORECARDS

48 || THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE GIVING 57 || PHINAL THOUGHT ON THE COVER:

This photo was created in-camera using light painting techniques and long exposure photography. Communications staff members Johnny Andrews & Justin Horne directed and operated the lighting and camera while Leadership Consultants (left to right) Parker Begale, Gabe Diaz, Nicholas Ebelhack, Matt Sanchez, Bentley Corbett-Wilson and Cavin Villarreal posed without moving for each 60-90 second exposure.

Copyright © 2018 Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Pi Kappa Phi, the Coat of Arms, Star Shield and additional logos are trademarks of Pi Kappa Phi, all rights reserved.

Jacob LaVoy, Eta Psi (Central Florida), at the Duomo di Milano in Italy.

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HOUSE & HOME HOUSING INVESTMENT FUND The Housing Investment Fund was established in 2012 by the 53rd Supreme Chapter in Washington, D.C. to further the goal of Pi Kappa Phi Properties to provide quality local chapter homes for each chapter. The Housing Investment Fund is funded through an annual fee from undergraduate chapter members. The fee is based on a chapter’s total number of members. Pi Kappa Phi Properties is pleased to provide this report on the Housing Investment Fund’s efforts over the 2016–2017 academic year. 

Alpha Iota (Auburn)

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF 6.30.2017 Investment in Eta Gamma (Colorado)

Investment in Kappa Beta (Illinois State)

Investment in Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin)

Investment in Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst)

$100,000

$20,000

Investment in Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)

Investment in Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington)

$200,000

HOUSING INVESTMENT

$70,000

Investment in Epsilon Eta (Winthrop)

$ 65,761

TOTAL

$27,597

$11,116

Investment in Iota Rho (Western Illinois)

STEPHEN P. DEPALMA INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN FUND The Stephen P. DePalma Infrastructure Loan Fund (ILF) was established in 1987 by the 41st Supreme Chapter in Dallas, Texas, to build a collection of funds to assist chapters of Pi Kappa Phi in the acquisition of housing. A portion of members' initiation fees funds the ILF. It is named in honor of Past National President and Mr. Pi Kappa Phi Stephen P. DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT), who was instrumental in the formation of the ILF. The Infrastructure Loan Fund is administered by Pi Kappa Phi Properties to promote the fund, review applications, manage risk, preserve assets and grant loans within prudent business and marketplace terms and conditions. Pi Kappa Phi Properties designates a board officer position to work with staff and a board committee to support chapters through the Infrastructure Loan Fund.  ILF Cash

Notes Receivable

$488,357

$1,316,159

$2,500

ILF

$807,135

TOTAL

$1,804,516 HISTORICAL YEAR END ASSETS

2008 $1,208,597

2017

$ 1,804,516

2006 $1,096,467

2016 $1,695,125

2005 $1,027,967

2015 $1,680,397

2004 $961,963

2014 $1,618,055

2003 $871,227

2013 $1,552,329

2002 $790,282

2012 $1,480,982

2001 $4,286,210

2011 $1,402,966

2000 $705,875

2010 $1,323,937

1999 $630,733

2009 $1,257,354

1998 $572,492

2007 $1,143,036

CHAPTERS BENEFITTING FROM THE STEPHEN P. DEPALMA INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN FUND

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Tau (NC State)

Zeta Eta (South Florida)

Alpha Zeta (Oregon State)

Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin)

Alpha Lambda (Mississippi)

Zeta Sigma (UC - Davis)

Alpha Mu (Penn State)

Eta Gamma (Colorado)

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

Eta Epsilon (Maryland)

Alpha Sigma (Tennessee)

Eta Delta (Kennesaw State)

Alpha Upsilon (Drexel)

Eta Rho (Texas State)

Beta Epsilon (Missouri)

Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)

Gamma Delta (Memphis)

Theta Delta (Florida International)

Gamma Tau (North Texas)

Theta Epsilon (Kansas)

Delta Upsilon (Pittsburgh)

Theta Lambda (Missouri State)

Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington)

Iota Rho (Western Illinois)

Delta Omega (Texas A&M)

Kappa Beta (Illinois State)

Epsilon Eta (Winthrop)

Kappa Epsilon (Stony Brook)

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OUR CHAPTERS

AS WE PREPARE to start our next school year, we have again compiled our Chapter Scorecards to offer a glimpse at the achivements of our chapters as our fraternity moves towards our vision. The scorecards on the following pages provide a snapshot of our chapters’ achievements over the course of the 2017 calendar year. Each scorecard includes 16 different data points, some new since last year, for you to review. In addition to these metrics, we hope you enjoy a sampling of our Chapter News Briefs—moments when our mission of developing an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood can be seen most clearly. These updates are submitted continually by chapters and members for publication on starandlamp.com. We encourage you to visit the site often to learn more about the accomplishments of brothers, chapters and friends of Pi Kappa Phi across the nation and across the world. 

SCORECARD: 1 ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.30

13 $3,106

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6 32 32 0

7 32 5/17 32 0 JOURNEY: 9 1 PKC: 106/0 IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

14 $0

FOU

15 10 OLAMP: 11 57 ALUM DON TOTAL 12 AD ASTRA: 0 16 783 14 $24,784 VOLUNTEERS CHAP: 4 HOUSE: 0 ALUM: 0 8

BETA CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

3.12 24 23 100%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.05

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 10 10 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

3/7 0 10 10

JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

DON

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

15

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 12 TOTAL

648 11 $4,650

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

3.35 75 95 95%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

3.31

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.80

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

17 21 38 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

4/33 15 21 36

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FOU

GPA FALL ’16

DON

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 20 TOTAL

973 18 $5,493

VOLUNTEERS

$2,156

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 6

ALUM: 3

Member Development 9 Educational programs provided to the chapter (e.g. Ladder of Risk, consultant workshops, etc.) 10 Total number of students who attended Pi Kapp College (Chapter Officers / Emerging Leaders) 11 Total undergraduates recognized by the Order of the Lamp for GPA of 3.25 or greater 12 Students inducted into the Ad Astra Society, recognizing the top 1% of student leaders The Ability Experience 13 Total chapter fundraising 14 Total Pi Alpha fundraising for summer events 15 Chapter volunteer hours per man Pi Kappa Phi Foundation 16 Total living alumni; number of donors; total dollars given

DELTA CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

3.31 73 73 95%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.09

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

20 0 20 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

2/6 19 0 19

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FOU

MU CHAPTER

MAN POWER 3 FALL ’16 2016 2017 5 3.60 105 4111 100% GPA

1 Chapter designation 2 Stars represent Seven Objectives of Chapter Excellence score (0-3 stars). If the ribbon is blue, it denotes Champion Master Chapter. ( ) If icon is present, it denotes a Founders' Award 3 GPA: fall 2016, spring 2017, all the men's average on campus, rank among IFC chapters 4 Chapter size at the end of 2016 and 2017 5 Retention rate based on the number of pre-initiated men who were then initiated 6 Number pre-initiated in spring 2017, fall 2017 and 2017 total 7 Number initiated in spring 2017, fall 2017 and 2017 total 8 Number of volunteers working with a chapter (council of advisors, housing corporation and alumni chapter)

DON

666 5

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2016

2017

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

$3,529

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 36 TOTAL

$2,188

CHAP: 2

SIGMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3.17 145 159 100% $7,025 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 – SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 19 38 57 $0 3.02 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 PER MAN

TOTAL

1

3/20 19 38 57

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

FOU

HOW TO READ THE

DON

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 85 TOTAL

1211 19 $23,556

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 4

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 4

ALUM: 4

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FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

677 11 $2,467

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.99

IFC RANK

2/22 4 12 16

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ALUM: 0

ALUM

GPA FALL ’16

126 – 96%

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

– 23 23

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– – 22 22

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

1442 7

VOLUNTEERS

$13,240

$543

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 4

ALUM: 0

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.30

IFC RANK

ALUM

3.02 134 126 84%

3.09

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALL MEN’S

3.02

IFC RANK

0 45 45

17/31 0 38 38

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

1604 24 $38,372

VOLUNTEERS

2

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

29.8

FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

1422 32 $17,464

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 8

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 4

ALUM: 3

IFC RANK

ALUM

3.26

22 37 59 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

1/25 20 34 54

JOURNEY: 0 FOU

ALUM

DON

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0 TOTAL

2003 50 $122,270

VOLUNTEERS

$20,881

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 14

ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

$0 1

17/25 26 23 49 ALUM

2017

RETENTION

ALL MEN’S

2.97

IFC RANK

7 14 21

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1/6 6 13 19

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

TOTAL

660 6 $2,980

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

$454

$11,811

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

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MAN POWER 2017

2.67 82 88

SPRING ’17

2.81

ALL MEN’S

3.03

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 35 35 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

17/20 22 23 45 JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

DON

889 11

VOLUNTEERS

13.5

TOTAL

$3,513

CHAP: 6

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 2

ALUM: 1

6

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

IFC RANK

7 26 33

13/44 6 23 29 ALUM

4

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

848 20 $4,629

VOLUNTEERS

$0

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 7

ALUM: 0

ALUM

ALL MEN’S

3.30

IFC RANK

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

17 40 57

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/17 11 34 45 ALUM

3

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

930 6 $7,600

VOLUNTEERS

$4,053

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

3.02

0 32 32 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

1/5 0 27 27

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

DON

4

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 68 TOTAL

1151 14 $24,653

VOLUNTEERS

$11,733

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 7

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 3

ALUM: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

17 2 19

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

$0 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

8

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 11

ALUM: 11

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.24

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 27 27

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/33 23 1 24

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

$5,561

$7,420

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 62

DON

TOTAL

799 5 $3,275

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 2

ALUM: 0

ALPHA THETA CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

3.38

SPRING ’17

3.19

ALL MEN’S

RETENTION

FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING

$27

MAN POWER

ALUM: 3

3.45 94 103 89%

3.25 113 117 84%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PSI CHAPTER 2017

AD ASTRA: 0

ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER

GPA

RETENTION

0

HOUSE: 0

951 19 $7,949

FALL ’16

2017

TOTAL

CHAP: 6

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

DON

2016

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 17

–/– 17 2 19

ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 2016

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$12,104

9 4 13

$3,283

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

3.34

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3.48

SPRING ’17

FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3.21 143 159 79%

RETENTION

RETENTION

ALUM: 0

3.43 81 77 100%

GPA

2017

2017

908 30 $14,548

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

MAN POWER

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

XI CHAPTER 2016

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 5

2/5 7 4 11

ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER FALL ’16

CHAP: 2

JOURNEY: 3

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.10

TOTAL

10

OLAMP: 49

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

$5,266

DON

$8,465

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.10

SPRING ’17

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PKC: 5/0

$8,946

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2017

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2.99 45 47 85%

3.05

SPRING ’17

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 24

$12,457

12 16 28

VOLUNTEERS

3.27 110 105 88%

GPA

$21,591

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

1044 22 $15,074

GPA

$0

RETENTION

1/24 0 12 12

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2017

JOURNEY: 0

GPA

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.20

IFC RANK

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

$5,748

ALL MEN’S

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 4

MAN POWER

2016

AD ASTRA: 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 2016

ALUM: 1

MAN POWER

2016

3.40 83 82 43%

UPSILON CHAPTER

JOURNEY: 0

ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 6

OLAMP: 33

HOUSE: 0

AD ASTRA: 0

KAPPA CHAPTER

SPRING ’17

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

DON

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

40

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

419 7 $1,094

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 2

HOUSE: 1

MAN POWER

2016

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 43

3.21

SPRING ’17

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

DON

$670

4 25 29

AD ASTRA: 0

FUNDRAISING

3.26

ALL MEN’S

2.90

IFC RANK

JOURNEY: 1

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 57

3.28 60 57 90%

FUNDRAISING

$535

ALL MEN’S

ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER

3.46 107 129 92%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PKC: 9/0

905 14 $1,285

GPA

RETENTION

RETENTION

18 0 18

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

2017

2017

–/– 16 0 16

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

2.93

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.36

2016

2017

2.95 71 84

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FOU

GPA

10

MAN POWER

SPRING ’17

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 6

NU CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$0

TOTAL

CHAP: 4

2016

$1,909

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 34

DON

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’16

ALUM

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1073 32 $33,187

FALL ’16

$3,106

11 26 37

28/31 9 21 30

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 3

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

3.17

IFC RANK

3.51

GPA

2/39 28 18 46

JOURNEY: 2

ALL MEN’S

3.38 69 59 89%

FALL ’16

PER MAN

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

3.10

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

HOUSE: 0

RHO CHAPTER

AD ASTRA: 1

3.16 146 157 100% $20,092 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.11 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 16 30 46 $71,238 2.92 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

TOTAL

CHAP: 4

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 6

PKC: 6/0

DON

AD ASTRA: 0

3.08 77 80 81%

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

OMEGA CHAPTER

FALL ’16

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 73

HOUSE: 1

5

GPA FALL ’16

FUNDRAISING

FOU

GPA

CHAP: 4

$0

32 0 32

783 14 $24,784

GPA

$1

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

SPRING ’17

2017

5/17 32 0 32

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

MAN POWER

SPR

$7,276

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MU CHAPTER 2016

JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

2017

$82

CHAP: 3

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

TOTAL

3.60 105 111 100%

OMICRON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

VOLUNTEERS

$3,785

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 22

63 2

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 2

L AMBDA CHAPTER

FALL ’16

4 15 19

OLAMP: 10

FOU

GPA

CHAP: 5

20

3.12

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ABILITY EXP. FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

4/6 9 0 9

JOURNEY: 2

$5,534

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.33 53 45 84%

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

GPA FALL ’16

RETENTION

FOU

11 0 11

IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

3.04

IFC RANK

$601

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2016

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

3.04 67 79 97%

FUNDRAISING

2.87

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 21 29 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

18/33 6 22 28 JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

THETA CHAPTER

FOU

GPA FALL ’16

FOU

3.10 50 39 82%

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP. FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

ZETA CHAPTER

GPA FALL ’16

DON

PKC: 10/1 TOTAL

1164 18 $2,548

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

$1,558 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

OLAMP: 0 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 2

ALUM: 0

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THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE AWARDS OMEGA (PURDUE) WITH $5,000 GRANT Because of the Omega Chapter’s commitment to service, The Ability Experience was able to award a $5,000 grant to assist local high school programs for students with disabilities. On Nov. 8, Mike McBride, a chapter alumnus and regional director of chapter services for The Ability Experience, presented the check to the special needs class at Lafayette Jefferson High School. Nine chapter members joined him at the school at the presentation. The grant will be used to provide classroom supplies and equipment, and will help offset costs associated with field trips. Furthermore, the money will be used for criminal background checks that chapter members previously had to pay for on their own to volunteer in the classes. After the presentation, the members did what they have been doing for six years–worked with students on life skills and classroom projects. “The Ability Experience is unique in that our mission is not only to support the disability community, but also to develop our members into servant leaders that are able to make an impact throughout their lives,” McBride said. “Omega is such a great example of this and it all starts in the classroom at Lafayette Jeff,” he said. “That’s what this grant represents–a commitment to supporting the people and organizations where our mission is lived out every day. We know our mission is only possible because of our students and we try to reward their hard work by making impacts through funding and events in their local communities.”

The chapter has a long-standing commitment to serving people with disabilities through continuous on- and off-campus programming along with significant fundraising totals. Ten or more chapter members have participated in the Journey of Hope through each of the past 3 years and will continue this tradition in 2018. Over six years the, chapter has donated $33,189 to the Lafeyette Jefferson High School through Circle of Giving grants. The Circle of Giving allows chapters to receive one quarter of their annual fundraising for a local charity that works alongside people with disabilities. McBride found his passion for service while an undergraduate chapter member. He was involved in various chapter activities and participated twice (2015 and 2016) in Journey of Hope. He also rode across Europe during the summer of 2017. "Service gives great perspective to students who can so easily get caught up in the bubble of life on a college campus,” he said. “It changed my life and even started my career on a path where I’m able to continue to help make a meaningful impact, and I’m grateful for that opportunity.” 

DELTA BETA (NORTH GEORGIA) ARCHON RANKED AS TOP CADET Cadet 1st Lt. Andrew Gomez of Cumming, Georgia, is ranked second in the nation. In addition to being designated as a Distinguished Military Graduate, Andrew Gomez of Delta Beta (North Georgia) was recently ranked at #2 out of 5,560 cadets in the nation in the U.S. Army Cadet Command national Order of Merit List. "These two young men represent the very best of UNG and our Corps of Cadets and we are very proud of their accomplishment," said Col. Brent Cummings, professor of military science at UNG. 

CHAPTER SNAPSHOT As of April 30, 2018

177

CHARTERED CHAPTERS

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12,840 UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS

137,486 INITIATES SINCE 1904

115,807 LIVING INITIATES

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–/– 5 41 46

JOURNEY: 2 DON

FOU

ALUM

TOTAL

$3,915

CHAP: 4

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 5

ALUM: 0

ALPHA XI CHAPTER MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

3.27 62 65

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.50

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

15 11 26

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2/13 0 0 0

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 9/0

DON

TOTAL

499 16

VOLUNTEERS

$1,135

CHAP: 5

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

IFC RANK

ALUM

SPRING ’17

2.96

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

47 24

RETENTION

GPA

–/– 15 13 28

JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

801 16 $3,375

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

$0 0

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

ALUM

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.14

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 12 5 17

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

720 29 $53,411

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

ALUM

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 14

ALUM: 2

2017

2.69 59 51

SPRING ’17

2.89

ALL MEN’S

2.71

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 19 25 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

9/10 20 13 33

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

907 23 $6,860

VOLUNTEERS

10

PKC: 10/3 OLAMP: 24

CHAP: 17

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AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

3.14

IFC RANK

TOTAL

$60

$0 0

AD ASTRA: 3

HOUSE: 4

ALUM

ALUM: 0

ALL MEN’S

3.10

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 14 17

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 3 13 16

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

501 8 $8,400

VOLUNTEERS

$0

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

SPRING ’17

2.67

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

MAN POWER 2017

43 58

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 26 32 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 18 24 42

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

DON

595 7

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$910

CHAP: 3

5

MAN POWER

2016

2017

IFC RANK

28 43 71

–/– 28 0 28

JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

$10,325 $0 0

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 8

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 6

ALUM: 10

SPRING ’17

2.96

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

MAN POWER 2017

– 23

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2 11 13 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– – – –

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

DON

TOTAL

226 2

VOLUNTEERS

15

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 10

$270

CHAP: 4

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

GPA

2.92

2 15 17 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

5/9 0 15 15

AD ASTRA: 1

ALUM

DON

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 16 TOTAL

810 7 $1,690

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

2017

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 31 43

ALL MEN’S

3.03

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

14/15 25 0 25

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

PKC: 6/0

DON

TOTAL

1118 28 $57,687

VOLUNTEERS

11.5

OLAMP: 0 AD ASTRA: 3 ALUM: 0

CHAP: 1

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$700

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

16

OLAMP: 43 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 18

ALUM: 0

ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.57 49 51

SPRING ’17

2.76

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 10 22

ALL MEN’S

2.98

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 25 0 25

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$145

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$337

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

249 8 $1,093

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

BETA THETA CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 73

SPRING ’17

2.81

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

14 34 48

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– – 72 72

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$5,679

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 18

DON

TOTAL

699 4 $2,299

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 16

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 7

BETA MU CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

2016

SPRING ’17

2.80

ALL MEN’S

$5,799

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

$0

$50

3.04 100 105 58%

3.01 51 52 88%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

$8,638

ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

RETENTION

DON

FALL ’16

FALL ’16

2017

PKC: 9/0

101 1

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

20/49 20 19 39

BETA L AMBDA CHAPTER 2016

SPR

JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

$1,589

24 21 45

3.12

IFC RANK

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’16

$3,568

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

3.12

SPRING ’17

BETA GAMMA CHAPTER 2016

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 51

1655 20 $47,587

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 9

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

$0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 3

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

TOTAL

CHAP: 7

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

FALL ’16

$350

DON

3.10

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

16

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

2.92 216 206 39%

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER 2016

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

FUNDRAISING

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2017

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

$3,477

MAN POWER

2016

3.15 71 88 87%

ALPHA PSI CHAPTER

3.08

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

7 10 17

977 17 $10,304

GPA

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

CHAP: 4

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

15/26 5 6 11

FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING

$12,863

ALL MEN’S

ABILITY EXP.

$17,177

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

DON

2017

AD ASTRA: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

24 12 36

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 3

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

2.94

SPRING ’17

3.20 28 32 94%

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

TOTAL

$486

CHAP: 4

FUNDRAISING

GPA

FALL ’16

$3,795

RETENTION

DON

OLAMP: 0

ALUM: 0

10

3.06 33 32 65%

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

5

$415

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALPHA TAU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

ALUM

$0

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0

125 6

BETA BETA CHAPTER

BETA IOTA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

2017

281 2

FOU

13 5 18

MAN POWER

2016

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.91

$6,931

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 6

7/12 0 8 8

2.91

IFC RANK

TOTAL

CHAP: 8

3.28 101 135

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

DON

AD ASTRA: 1

$300

PKC: 10/1

$3,412

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

ALPHA CHI CHAPTER

2.91 38 43 94%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

985 42 $61,683

GPA

RETENTION

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

2017

9 31 40

24/31 4 23 27

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 26 26

15/15 0 22 22

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

2.85

BETA ALPHA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

2.56

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

2017

JOURNEY: 0

ALUM: 0

ALL MEN’S

2.85 45 44 68%

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

OLAMP: 14

HOUSE: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.68

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

FALL ’16

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

2.67 106 125 85%

ABILITY EXP.

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

$277

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

GPA

FALL ’16

ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

$3,319

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 16 20

DON

FOU

2017

6

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 66

600 5

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 3

ALUM: 9

PER MAN

TOTAL

14/28 12 32 44

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 8

MAN POWER

2016

FALL

JOURNEY: 2

ALPHA PHI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

SPR

FOU

GPA

10.7

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 1

1223 13

VOLUNTEERS

$13,463

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALPHA NU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

0 54 54

GPA

FOU

2.83

IFC RANK

3.38 96 111 100% $10,335 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.30 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 12 32 44 $0 3.31 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

ALPHA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’16

FOU

ALL MEN’S

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION

FOU

2.75

SPRING ’17

$18,363

2017

FOU

2.69 128 150 85%

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

RETENTION

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.71 24 28 55%

FUNDRAISING

2.86

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.61

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2 9 11 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

3/5 0 6 6

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

FOU

ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

337 9

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/1 TOTAL

$1,194

CHAP: 7

$633

$5,050

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

OLAMP: 7 AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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THETA PHI HAS HUGE WEEK The Theta Phi Chapter at Louisiana Tech celebrated a week of achievement with Greek Week wins, a first-place victory in Songfest, and the Greek Man of the Year awarded to Brother Alexander Say Throughout those events and accomplishments, the chapter managed to bike for 100 consecutive hours to raise money for The Ability Experience and achieved the highest fraternity GPA. "We're very proud of the accomplishments of these brothers and plan to build on these successes," said one brother. 

BETA NU BROTHER FEATURED IN GQ, GIVES TIPS FOR MEN'S FASHION Travis White, Beta Nu (Houston), was featured in GQ Magazine. White, an online fashion blogger and editor, gives tips on dressing a suit up and down. The Austin, Texas-based menswear expert quit a conventional 9-to-5 to turn his menswear “side hustle” into a career. White now writes and edits full-time, reserving weekends for his own blog, Unkept Gentleman. “Edgy with a hint of minimalism and class” is how he describes his approach to dressing. His advice for aspiring style pros? “Stay consistent, stay persistent, and surround yourself with good people." 

GPA

2.74 73 57 88%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2.95

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.81

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 17 26 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

4/14 6 17 23

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

297 2

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

$576

CHAP: 5

$254

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

2017

2.32 32 28

SPRING ’17

2.30

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 6 SPR

6

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

11/13 0 7 7

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

DON

863 6

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

TOTAL

$1,195

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 6 14 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

12/12 9 0 9 ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

$7,384

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

BETA OMICRON CHAPTER GPA

ALL MEN’S

2.80

IFC RANK

3.17

IFC RANK

24 0 24 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

13/31 21 0 21

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

PKC: 7/0

DON

TOTAL

802 14 $8,160

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 0

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VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

26

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

ALUM

DON

$1,072 $5,172

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 0 AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 12

ALUM: 7

BETA PHI CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.80 97 95 76%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.80

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 17 21 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

2/20 2 14 16

JOURNEY: 3

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 10

OLAMP: 32

HOUSE: 4

PKC: 10/1

484 14 $3,178

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

5 11 16

–/– 5 10 15

3.38

$1,020

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 3

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

3.22 69 71 88%

RETENTION

RETENTION

3.04

SPRING ’17

GPA

2017

2017

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2016

2016

2.70 26 23 94%

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

BETA UPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

$2,200

$142

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 13

526 10 $4,054

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

2.85

SPRING ’17

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

RETENTION

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 2

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

CHAP: 2

2017

OLAMP: 39

HOUSE: 1

MAN POWER

2016

MAN POWER

2016

2.55 43 45 64%

BETA TAU CHAPTER

FALL ’16

FOU

$364

BETA XI CHAPTER

FOU

SPRING ’17

RETENTION

ALUM

DON

849 5

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$488

CHAP: 8

GAMMA BETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

MAN POWER

2016

2017

2.45

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 17 21 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

11/15 2 14 16

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 46

HOUSE: 5

RETENTION

2.61 43 43 76%

FOU

ABILITY EXP.

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

BETA NU CHAPTER

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

ALUM

DON

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 5 TOTAL

547 10 $1,803

VOLUNTEERS

$1,582

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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2.86

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.68

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 21 24

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2/8 2 16 18

JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

1041 3

VOLUNTEERS

$450

CHAP: 6

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

GPA

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.77 76 84 80%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.60

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 20 20

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

12/18 0 16 16

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 6

ALL MEN’S

3.04

IFC RANK

ALUM: 4

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 7

ALUM: 4

ALUM

GPA

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

557 7

VOLUNTEERS

11

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

$1,807

CHAP: 11

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 1

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

5 4 9

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

13/18 2 4 6

JOURNEY: 3

ALUM: 0

ALUM

$1,476 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

12

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

335 –

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 5

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.95 23 35 90%

SPRING ’17

ALUM

ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

–/– 2 7 9

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

229 2

VOLUNTEERS

$39

CHAP: 0

$0 0

TOTAL

$280

CHAP: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

2.81

IFC RANK

2.80

IFC RANK

5 17 22

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 4 17 21

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

4

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 13

DON

TOTAL

599 8 $2,609

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

MAN POWER 2017

3.18 132 136

SPRING ’17

3.18

ALL MEN’S

3.09

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

18 30 48

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

7/27 35 30 65

AD ASTRA: 0

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

840 10 $2,483

VOLUNTEERS

30

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 45

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

TOTAL

$200

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 5

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.71

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.71

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

14 23 37

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/14 13 19 32

JOURNEY: 4 ALUM

PKC: 9/0

DON

TOTAL

146 6

VOLUNTEERS

$1,313

CHAP: 4

$0

$948

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

OLAMP: 21 AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

DELTA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

$86,340

DON

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

2.74 77 76 86%

ABILITY EXP.

$4,153

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GAMMA TAU CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$7,500

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 70

703 3

VOLUNTEERS

DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER 2016

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

9/20 0 31 31

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 33 33

JOURNEY: 0

2.85

$359

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION

2.89

SPRING ’17

2.89 37 49 95%

RETENTION

2017

FUNDRAISING

GPA

2017

MAN POWER

2016

2.89 140 139 94%

FALL ’16

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 1

ALUM: 0

$2,814

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 30

DON

OLAMP: 13

HOUSE: 0

GPA

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2 8 10

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

GAMMA NU CHAPTER

FALL ’16

$235

9 6 15

599 5

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION

11/14 7 5 12

GAMMA PSI CHAPTER

FOU

–/– 0 26 26

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

2017

JOURNEY: 2

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL

$260

CHAP: 3

2.96

IFC RANK

2.99

SPRING ’17

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

15

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$2,505

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.90 21 27 67%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

5 28 33

$8,077

SPRING ’17

GPA

2.96

2.50

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2016

2.71 50 55 80%

FALL ’16

2.93 49 46 79%

ALL MEN’S

$103

ABILITY EXP.

FALL ’16

GPA

$10,310

GPA

FALL ’16

GAMMA L AMBDA CHAPTER

FALL ’16

RETENTION

DON

GAMMA THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 15

697 5

ABILITY EXP.

2017

14

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

10 4

–/– 10 4 14

GAMMA PHI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

AD ASTRA: 1

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

1048 12 $2,608

VOLUNTEERS

SPRING ’17

JOURNEY: 2

HOUSE: 0

RETENTION

3.03 43 48 100%

OLAMP: 15

GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER FALL ’16

2017

FOU

SPRING ’17

$4,382

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

3.15 35 29 75%

GPA

FOU

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2017

FOU

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

3.00 70 69 87%

FUNDRAISING

3.06

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

19 12 31

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2/8 16 11 27

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FOU

GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER FALL ’16

$9,182

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 25

DON

TOTAL

698 17 $3,330

VOLUNTEERS

$3,181

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 6

ALUM: 5

JACKSONVILLE STATE ABILITY EXP.

2.84 64 62 100%

FUNDRAISING

2.99

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.06

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 8 12

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

8/12 4 8 12

JOURNEY: 0 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

806 16 $12,470

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

$751

$17,138

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

9

GPA

GPA

2.79 45 52 65%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2.60

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

GPA

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

SPR

FALL

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

8

DON

TOTAL

719 14 $2,903

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 5

DON

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 3

SPRING ’17

3.17

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

ALUM

3.16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.26

IFC RANK

21 21 42 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

13/20 21 20 41

AD ASTRA: 1

ALUM

DON

506 3

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$450

CHAP: 2

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 12 18 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

FUNDRAISING

$2,616

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$4,530

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

20

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

ALUM: 7

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.88 71 93 93%

FUNDRAISING

2.90

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.84

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 16 29 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

13/15 13 14 27

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

GPA

FALL ’16

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 13

DON

OLAMP: 56

HOUSE: 0

ALUM

DON

803 3

VOLUNTEERS

$1,660 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

9

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0 TOTAL

$220

CHAP: 3

DELTA ETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

DELTA TAU CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$0

RETENTION

730 9 $2,064

3.23 124 137 98%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

– 37

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

SPRING ’17

2017

–/– – 47 47

FALL ’16

RETENTION

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 4

ABILITY EXP.

2017

JOURNEY: 0

ALUM: 1

3

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

OLAMP: 8

HOUSE: 2

TOTAL

$194

CHAP: 2

FOU

FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

DELTA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

TOTAL

$3,001

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

664 4

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

13/14 8 20 28

JOURNEY: 2

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/6 3 14 17

ABILITY EXP.

2.64 50 55 82% $12,200 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 – SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 10 24 34 $0 2.80 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 IFC RANK

7 19 26

AD ASTRA: 1 ALUM: 1

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

DELTA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’16

2017

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 7

DELTA ZETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

SPRING ’17

DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’16

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

3.00 54 53 90%

FUNDRAISING

2.89

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 14 21

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/9 7 12 19

JOURNEY: 4 ALUM

FOU

RETENTION

PKC: 9/3

DON

TOTAL

567 10

VOLUNTEERS

$751

CHAP: 4

$0 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 12 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

DELTA UPSILON CHAPTER GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3.07 94 119 100% $11,931 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.13 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 31 13 44 $0 3.06 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 PER MAN

TOTAL

5

14/19 31 13 44

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

FOU

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

DELTA DELTA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

501 8

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 71 TOTAL

$753

CHAP: 10

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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affiliation with Best Buddies at ASU as the chapter president has resulted in a partnership efficient in donating for multiple causes. Best Buddies is a student organization that advocates for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities. “We partner with them a lot, get the buddies out, get the members out here and like get them involved, give them an event, give them something to look forward to and have fun with," Yergler said. Yergler said the main goal of the philanthropy is to highlight the unsung abilities that those with disabilities possess. “The end goal is we want to raise awareness for disabilities and show what people with disabilities are actually capable of,” he said. “Just because they have a disability doesn’t mean they’re any different from you or I." 

TYLER ROWE, THETA THETA, ELECTED TO IOWA IFC Tyler Rowe was elected as the Vice President of Public Relations and Marketing for the 2018 Interfraternity Council. Tyler, pictured left, is a senior majoring in political science on the prelaw track. He chose to serve in his new role because "[he] wanted to make the University of Iowa community, and the world, more aware of the positive effects that Greek life has had on him and on others, in a time when the media and other forces want to diminish that positive light.” 

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NEW ASSOCIATE CHAPTERS Fall 2017: Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Epsilon Beta (Grand Valley State) Eta Tau (Kentucky) Southern Illinois Spring 2018: Alpha Mu (Penn State) Alpha Rho (West Virginia) Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Temple CHARTERED CHAPTERS Fall 2017: Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Kappa Xi (DePaul) Kappa Omicron (Connecticut) Beta Theta (Arizona) Spring 2018: Beta Gamma (Louisville) Iota Sigma (San Jose State) Kappa Pi (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo) Kappa Rho (Vermont) Kappa Sigma (Colorado - Colorado Springs) Kappa Tau (Eastern Washington)

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CLOSURES Alpha (College of Charleston) Beta Eta (Florida State) Epsilon Sigma AC (Christian Brothers) Epsilon Tau AC (St. Joseph's) Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Theta Delta (Florida International) Theta Pi (Texas - Tyler)

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ASU PI KAPPA PHI HOLDS 48-HOUR CYCLING EVENT FOR A CAUSE Theta Xi (Arizona State) used stationary bike equipment to advocate for a moving cause on their campus. As part of The Ability Experience, the fraternity held a 48-hour non-stop ‘Bike-A-Thon’ on Hayden Lawn starting Tuesday afternoon. Participants cycled for hours to support people with disabilities. Ryan Davis, philanthropy chairman for the Theta Xi Chapter, said the event, which is free to participate in, still managed to raise $5,784.64. “It’s a completely free event,” he said. “The main way we raise money is through T-shirt sales. This past year we sold, I think, just over 1,000 T-shirts, with $4,000 going straight to The Ability Experience … and then obviously raw donations.” Davis said the Bike-A-Thon, which has been a tradition at ASU for eight straight years, is a reflection of The Ability Experience’s long-distance biking events which take place in summer. “I actually did it last summer—it was the best trip of my entire life.” Mary Roberts, a family and human development junior, said she has seen the Bike-A-Thon grow in positive ways in the three years she’s been at ASU. Jordan Yergler, the Bike-A-Thon chair for the Theta Xi chapter, said his


23/25 3 19 22 JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

490 8

VOLUNTEERS

$1,309

CHAP: 12

$2,866 10

OLAMP: 21 AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.07

IFC RANK

2017

RETENTION

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

PER MAN

TOTAL

11

1/5 13 8 21

JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 34

DON

TOTAL

311 8

VOLUNTEERS

$336

CHAP: 6

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 5

ALUM: 5

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

IFC RANK

12.3

DON

TOTAL

524 8 $20,412

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

ALUM

RETENTION

2.86 20 25 100%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.80

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

1 8 9 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

2/3 1 8 9

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

TOTAL

482 4

VOLUNTEERS

$333

CHAP: 1

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$3,105

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.90 29 20 100%

FUNDRAISING

2.30

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.10

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 9 12 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 3 9 12

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

DON

PKC: 5/0 TOTAL

498 7 $4,944

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 4

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$100 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

2016

2017

SPRING ’17

RETENTION

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

3/7 5 3 8

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

GPA

3/6 5 12 17

ALUM

$1,374 $149

8 14 22 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

5/7 6 11 17

2

AD ASTRA: 2 ALUM: 0

ALUM

$3,229 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

451 6

VOLUNTEERS

$511

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 7

GPA

MAN POWER

2016

2017

2.94 46 50

SPRING ’17

2.94

ALL MEN’S

2.89

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

5 6 11 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

8/24 14 0 14

AD ASTRA: 0

ALUM

DON

PKC: 7/0 TOTAL

491 9 $5,435

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

DON

$760

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$50

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

ALUM: 1

GPA

FALL ’16

$0 5

FALL

TOTAL

7

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 73

DON

TOTAL

$340

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

ALUM

2.80

IFC RANK

5 20 25

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/7 3 19 22

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

483 1

VOLUNTEERS

$11,231

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$378

CHAP: 11

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 7

2016

2017

RETENTION

3.01 91 97 78%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

$469 $0 2

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 3

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 8 15

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ALUM: 5

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 4

DON

TOTAL

348 3

VOLUNTEERS

$1,470

CHAP: 9

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 0

EPSILON PI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.63 67 76 93%

FUNDRAISING

2.30

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.68

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

19 10 29

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

11/14 17 10 27

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

$1,021

$2,612

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 6

DON

TOTAL

293 1

VOLUNTEERS

$19

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

EPSILON CHI CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

3.17 72 93

SPRING ’17

3.14

ALL MEN’S

3.15

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

11 31 42 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

5/7 11 0 11

JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

PKC: 8/2

DON

TOTAL

57 1

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 52

622 6 $11,759

VOLUNTEERS

AD ASTRA: 0

$20

CHAP: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$4,399

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$4,199

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 47 AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ZETA EPSILON CHAPTER

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

AD ASTRA: 1

2017

2/2 7 7 14

GPA

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3/20 6 12 18

3

HOUSE: 1

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

CHAP: 9

GPA

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 14 23

DON

2.60 38 41 93%

ZETA ALPHA CHAPTER MAN POWER

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

EPSILON L AMBDA CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

$215

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 10

457 5 $1,420

3.25

$7,697

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

11 11 22

3/4 9 9 18

3.13 34 41 88%

SPRING ’17

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

GPA

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2017

RETENTION

2.61

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

MAN POWER

2016

OLAMP: 26

ALUM: 0

PER MAN

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2016

2.86 46 39 82%

EPSILON PHI CHAPTER

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

SPR

411 1

FUNDRAISING

$0

2017

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

RETENTION

3/8 20 12 32

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL

$1,225

CHAP: 3

JOURNEY: 3

EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER FALL ’16

FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.90

ABILITY EXP.

3.35 93 120 100% $8,435 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.41 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 20 12 32 $2,900 3.32 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

2.95

IFC RANK

ALUM: 0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 12

648 3

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 2

2.84 60 66 77%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION

8 15 23

2.70

IFC RANK

GPA

RETENTION

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’16

2017

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

TOTAL

$350

CHAP: 5

2016

SPRING ’17

EPSILON UPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’16

DON

2.80 32 43 74%

FALL ’16

HOUSE: 0

11

EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 5

268 6 $3,878

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 6

410 4

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

25/8 0 9 9

8

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

$1,343

EPSILON EPSILON CHAPTER

EPSILON OMICRON CHAPTER

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 9 12

5 3

2.65

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 1

ALUM: 4

ALUM: 10

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 4

HOUSE: 0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 6

2.76 40 30 75%

FOU

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

AD ASTRA: 2 ALUM: 0

15

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

EPSILON NU CHAPTER

JOURNEY: 0

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

OLAMP: 4

EPSILON PSI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

FOU

2017

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

2.72

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

TOTAL

RETENTION

2.78 26 28 100%

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 48

447 –

VOLUNTEERS

AD ASTRA: 2 ALUM: 0

RETENTION

FALL

JOURNEY: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

SPR

OLAMP: 0

EPSILON RHO CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

2017

FOU

FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

ALUM: 4

2/5 20 11 31

FALL ’16

6/15 1 14 15

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 2

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 3

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

3.40 46 70 100% $4,066 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.33 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 20 11 31 $0 3.20 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

GPA

PER MAN

DON

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

3.11 49 50 100% $3,936 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.00 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 3 12 15 $11 3.12 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

10

2017

FUNDRAISING

EPSILON THETA CHAPTER FALL ’16

EPSILON MU CHAPTER

GPA

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

809 25 $19,084

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

3.07 56 53 100% $4,266 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.18 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 13 8 21 $100 2.85 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

12/19 11 16 27

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

12 19 31

JOURNEY: 1

EPSILON ETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

IFC RANK

5 21 26

2.96

SPRING ’17

$5,500

GPA

FALL ’16

FOU

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.86

2.96 82 98 87%

EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER

FOU

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

$616

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

ALUM: 7

MAN POWER

2016

2017

3.02 63 69

SPRING ’17

2.85

ALL MEN’S

2.86

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 23 33 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

6/14 23 17 40

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FOU

2.66

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPRING ’17

2017

FOU

FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

2.56 50 49 85%

GPA

FALL ’16

FOU

2017

ABILITY EXP.

FOU

2016

RETENTION

FOU

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

FOU

DELTA OMEGA CHAPTER

DELTA CHI CHAPTER

GPA

DON

469 3

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$1,925

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$7,374

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 21 TOTAL

$1,894

CHAP: 4

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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ZETA THETA CHAPTER

GPA

3.25 89 68 94%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2.81

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.85 81 43 88%

FUNDRAISING

3.17

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 5 8 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

11/17 3 4 7

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 9/1

DON

TOTAL

246 4

VOLUNTEERS

$806

CHAP: 5

$2,959 $2,731

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

3.00

IFC RANK

ALUM

SPRING ’17

2.86

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

75 23 81%

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

0 16 16 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 0 13 13

JOURNEY: 4 FOU

ALUM

DON

749 2

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 8/0 TOTAL

$380

CHAP: 3

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

25

8

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 3

MAN POWER

2016

2017

2.78 26 31

SPRING ’17

2.55

ALL MEN’S

2.83

IFC RANK

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 16 20 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

14/21 12 13 25

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 1 ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

OLAMP: 7

HOUSE: 0

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM: 0

ALL MEN’S

3.02

IFC RANK

ALUM

$5,502 5

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

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AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

16 21 37

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

6/11 15 18 33

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

$7,040 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

20

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 29

DON

TOTAL

520 4

VOLUNTEERS

$415

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ZETA TAU CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

$1,652

RETENTION

3.06

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

180 –

VOLUNTEERS

MAN POWER

2016

3.10 74 71 89%

ZETA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

$795

$866

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

FOU

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

285 3 $5,565

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

RETENTION

SPR

14/29 8 23 31

ABILITY EXP.

2017

10 23 33

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

OLAMP: 18

ZETA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.93 22 21 71%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 4 SPR

7

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

2/3 3 2 5

JOURNEY: 4 ALUM

FOU

ALL MEN’S

RETENTION

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

2017

ZETA NU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

DON

298 2

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$520

CHAP: 8

ZETA PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

MAN POWER

2016

2017

2.82

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.90

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

14 36 50 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

7/18 14 33 47

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 0

RETENTION

2.91 110 126 94%

FOU

ZETA ETA CHAPTER

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

ramp for their three-year-old friend, Carson. "We are proud of our great fraternity and The Ability Experience and grateful for the many opportunities like this one to put our service before self, and improve the world around us for others!" said one chapter brother 

ALUM

DON

627 4

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 0/2 TOTAL

$870

CHAP: 4

$10,150 $6,930

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

OLAMP: 43 AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

15


DON

FOU

ALUM

0

PKC: 8/0 TOTAL

338 2 $1,300

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 6

ALL MEN’S

2.70

–/– 3 12 15

JOURNEY: 0

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

2017

RETENTION

3.13 51 67

SPRING ’17

3.06

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 6

ALL MEN’S

3.12

IFC RANK

SPR

16

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

17/28 51 13 64

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

$0 6

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 5

DON

TOTAL

294 3

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

AD ASTRA: 1

$198

CHAP: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

3.13 43 48

SPRING ’17

3.04

ALL MEN’S

3.03

2.84

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

IFC RANK

–/– 8 5 13

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ETA PI CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.94 86 95 92%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.74

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 27 37 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

3/7 10 24 34

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

ALUM: 0

ALUM

$0 15

DON

TOTAL

$500

CHAP: 8

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

4

FOU

ALUM

DON

370 3

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$188

CHAP: 3

$5,549

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

IFC RANK

1/2 11 0 11

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

$0 4

DON

TOTAL

$269

CHAP: 11

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.97

MAN POWER

ALUM

2.70

6 16 22 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

14/16 5 16 21

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

PKC: 7/0

DON

TOTAL

382 5

VOLUNTEERS

$1,188

CHAP: 9

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

2.77

IFC RANK

MAN POWER 2017

RETENTION

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

ALUM

AD ASTRA: 2

ALUM

DON

604 7

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 5/0 TOTAL

$1,518

CHAP: 4

DON

2017

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.84

RETENTION

ALL MEN’S

3.31

0 14 14

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

5/22 23 12 35 ALUM

DON

TOTAL

$2,229

CHAP: 1

ALUM

DON

VOLUNTEERS

TOTAL

$569

CHAP: 3

GPA

$0 10

2017

ALL MEN’S

3.12

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 16 23

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

3/0 7 15 22

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

MAN POWER

2016

2017

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 0 11 11

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

5

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 9

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

2017

SPR

–/– 11 17 28

AD ASTRA: 0

ALUM

DON

358 3

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0 TOTAL

$369

CHAP: 11

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

$6,392

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

OLAMP: 16 AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 1

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$556

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

AD ASTRA: 1 ALUM: 0

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

460 5

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$13,425

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$12,186

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

13.2

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 20

$2,536

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 7

THETA ALPHA CHAPTER

FALL

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

37

–/– 34 5 39

JOURNEY: 1

SPR

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

11 25 36

RETENTION

32 5

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$5,001

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3.09

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2016

– 59

2017

$3,644

FUNDRAISING

ETA UPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

$0

DON

2016

ALL MEN’S

ALUM: 4

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

427 –

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

11 22 33

AD ASTRA: 0

$188

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

2.90 70 51

3.16 62 70 78%

SPRING ’17

0.25

ETA OMICRON CHAPTER

JOURNEY: 2

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$588

CHAP: 3

OLAMP: 0

ALUM: 1

TOTAL

115 3

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

RETENTION

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.13 36 40 96%

SPRING ’17

GPA

$0

2016

FALL ’16

2017

$1,121

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

2016

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 19

351 5

ETA PSI CHAPTER MAN POWER

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 9 0 9

FALL ’16

HOUSE: 0

10 13 23

JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 31

504 2

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 3

ALUM: 0

$69

MAN POWER

2016

OLAMP: 80

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

3.38 107 109

FUNDRAISING

11

2.68

ETA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

3/11 0 37 37

PKC: 6/0

266 2

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

PER MAN

2/2 7 7 14

ABILITY EXP.

TOTAL

RETENTION

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

AD ASTRA: 0

3.31 132 129 100% $50,668 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.34 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 0 37 37 $54,642 3.02 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

ALUM: 0

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 3

ALUM: 6

AD ASTRA: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 2

HOUSE: 1

0

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

ETA CHI CHAPTER 2016

2017

8 17 25

ALL MEN’S

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2.59

ALL MEN’S

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

2017

2.89 69 98

SPRING ’17

ETA MU CHAPTER

SPRING ’17

FUNDRAISING

$0

DON

2.33 37 28

2.24 43 34 95%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

$0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

166 1 $1,000

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

SPRING ’17

19

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 9 6 15

FALL ’16

RETENTION

10 9

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2016

ETA THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.66

ETA RHO CHAPTER 2016

ALUM: 2

2.98 56 43 79%

AD ASTRA: 0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 8

455 1

VOLUNTEERS

2017

JOURNEY: 1

$1,151

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 6

MAN POWER

2016

SPRING ’17

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

TOTAL

CHAP: 5

OLAMP: 6

ALUM: 1

0

FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2.82

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

15 0 15

ALL MEN’S

OLAMP: 39

HOUSE: 0

$1,792

$80,126

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GPA

FALL ’16

ETA ETA CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

FOU

JOURNEY: 1

GPA

FALL ’16

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

2/5 13 11 24

FUNDRAISING

DON

VOLUNTEERS

2.81

SPRING ’17

GPA

PER MAN

ALUM: 3

ALUM

$2,211

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 64

921 5 $3,899

2.86 69 51 73%

FALL ’16

TOTAL

AD ASTRA: 1

GPA

2017

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

5/18 17 42 59

FALL ’16

2016

ABILITY EXP.

3.02 65 76 100% $5,535 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.01 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 13 11 24 $5,240 2.87 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

2.92

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

ETA PHI CHAPTER

FALL ’16

TOTAL

$520

CHAP: 7

17 44 61

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

DON

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 1

MAN POWER

GPA

$25

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ETA L AMBDA CHAPTER

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PKC: 7/0

281 3

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 19

290 5

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

6

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 39

216 –

VOLUNTEERS

$0

4

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 4 12

ALL MEN’S

SPR

1/2 0 3 3

FALL ’16

$2,000

0 4

JOURNEY: 3

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.95 166 171 97%

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2017

2.90 25 19 75%

FOU

2017

10

ABILITY EXP.

2.98

SPRING ’17

OLAMP: 10

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

CHAP: 10

2016

SPRING ’17

ETA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

TOTAL

$150

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

FUNDRAISING

ETA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

$1,011

DON

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PKC: 8/0

232 1

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 7

ETA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

7 14 21

IFC RANK

$263

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

2/3 13 3 16

JOURNEY: 1

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

16

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2.71

GPA

FALL ’16

FOU

2.82

IFC RANK

2.90 42 33 71%

SPRING ’17

ETA DELTA CHAPTER

ETA GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

13 3

ALL MEN’S

$481

RETENTION

FOU

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2017

MAN POWER

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3.28 62 66 81% $10,000 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.38 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 3 23 26 $12,794 2.60 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 PER MAN

TOTAL

15

1/14 21 0 21

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

FOU

2.73 26 34 100%

2.80

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

RETENTION

FOU

ETA BETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

ZETA CHI CHAPTER

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

403 5

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 40 TOTAL

$2,289

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

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DUSTIN SANZA TO RUN BOSTON MARATHON IN SUPPORT OF MARTIN RICHARD FOUNDATION Dustin Sanza, Eta Gamma (Colorado) is raising $7,600 in support of the Martin Richard Foundation, dedicated on behalf of Martin, who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013. Founded in 2014, the Martin Richard Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation formed by the parents of eight-year-old Martin, who was killed in the bombing at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.  In the days after his death, a photo of Martin holding a handmade poster that read “No more hurting people. Peace” was shared over the Internet. To Martin, peace meant togetherness, teamwork, fairness, sportsmanship, inclusion, and kindness. 

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TO THE FOUNDATION ALPHA SIGMA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER (TENNESSEE) HOSTS PIE A PI KAPP The Alpha Sigma Associate Chapter recently held its first philanthropic event of the school year, Pie a Pi Kapp. The event ran for six hours and raised over $170 in support of The Ability Experience. 

2017

ALPHA EPSILON (Florida) (50 Gifts) $122,270

ALPHA OMICRON (Iowa State) (42 Gifts) $61,683

ALPHA UPSILON (Drexel) (28 Gifts) $57,687

BETA ALPHA (NJIT) (29 Gifts) $53,411

ALPHA PSI (Indiana) (20 Gifts) $47,587

OMICRON (Alabama) (24 Gifts) $38,372

IOTA (Georgia Tech) (32 Gifts) $33,187

MU (Duke) (14 Gifts) $24,784 ALPHA ETA (Samford) (14 Gifts) $24,653

SIGMA (South Carolina) (19 Gifts) $23,556

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2.97

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.93

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

20 9

29

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

7/11 18 7 25

JOURNEY: 0 FOU

ALUM

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 40

DON

TOTAL

86 –

VOLUNTEERS

$5,967

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

GPA

GPA

3.05 88 85 83%

FALL ’16

3.14

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.97

IFC RANK

ALUM

2.95

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.80

IFC RANK

14 41 55 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

3/26 13 28 41

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

8

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

296 1

VOLUNTEERS

$12,814

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$19

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 2

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3.30 71 78 100% $11,700 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.10 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 18 7 25 $0 3.20 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

PER MAN

TOTAL

14

5/11 18 7 25

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

FOU

ALL MEN’S

$411

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

$2,854

THETA KAPPA CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 23 23

360 –

3.12 112 122 75%

RETENTION

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

2017

2017

19/26 0 19 19

FALL ’16

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

2016

JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

FALL ’16

THETA ETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

THETA IOTA CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

283 –

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 6

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

3.08 32 35 50%

SPRING ’17

3.12

ALL MEN’S

3.10

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 2

12

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

11/15 6 0 6

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

PKC: 8/1

DON

TOTAL

197 4

VOLUNTEERS

$862

CHAP: 12

THETA THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

$913

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

GPA

2.89

IFC RANK

AD ASTRA: 0

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

3.07

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.00

IFC RANK

8 36 44 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

6/19 6 22 28

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

$4,728

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

14

PKC: 10/5 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

241 11 $2,368

VOLUNTEERS

$5,141

CHAP: 6

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 6

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

$3,447 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

OLAMP: 0 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

THETA MU CHAPTER

3.06 109 117 64%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PKC: 9/0

219 5 $2,996

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

SPRING ’17

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

16/22 0 25 25

FALL ’16

RETENTION

1 37 38

ALL MEN’S

ABILITY EXP.

2017

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 0

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

2.74

SPRING ’17

OLAMP: 16

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

FUNDRAISING

THETA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

2.78 103 85 66%

FOU

2.99 68 80 86%

SPRING ’17

THETA EPSILON CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2017

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

3.21 68 82 95%

FUNDRAISING

3.01

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

19 18 37

ALL MEN’S

3.11

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2/16 19 16 35

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

TOTAL

223 2

VOLUNTEERS

$1,389

$2,500

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10.5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 54

DON

FOU

THETA GAMMA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

$1,201

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

University of Nevada, Reno

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

IFC RANK

7 12 19

7/17 5 12 17

JOURNEY: 3 FOU

ALUM

1

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 35

DON

TOTAL

200 –

VOLUNTEERS

$0

CHAP: 7

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

3.21

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

28 28 56

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 19 11 30

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

255 2

VOLUNTEERS

$524

CHAP: 4

$1,191

$12,753

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

ALUM

2.74

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.78

IFC RANK

6 18 24 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

15/16 6 18 24

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

DON

93 –

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 30 TOTAL

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

ALUM: 0

22 21 43

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$12,862

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 30

DON

TOTAL

$100

CHAP: 9

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

GPA

GPA

2.80 17 22 60%

FALL ’16

2.98

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.70

IFC RANK

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

0

ALUM

DON

138 2

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 17 TOTAL

$600

CHAP: 8

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

RETENTION

5 10 15

ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

TOTAL

94 –

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

$500 $0 13

2.80

IFC RANK

SPRING ’17

2.58

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

AD ASTRA: 0

ALUM

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 4 13 17

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

7

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 14

DON

TOTAL

131 1

VOLUNTEERS

$9,887

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$20

CHAP: 6

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER 2017

RETENTION

3.01 51 81 95%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

3.50

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3.17

19 22 41 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 18 21 39

JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

DON

105 2

VOLUNTEERS

5

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0 TOTAL

$13

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 9 21 30

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

PKC: 9/0

DON

TOTAL

143 1

VOLUNTEERS

10

OLAMP: 34 AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 7

$19

CHAP: 2

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$5,218

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

15

OLAMP: 68 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

IOTA BETA CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$0

RETENTION

13 34 47

2.85

IFC RANK

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’16

$6,838

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

$313

CHAP: 6

3.00 70 96

IOTA ALPHA CHAPTER 2016

DON

$3,632

THETA PHI CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$2,777

PKC: 9/1

146 4

VOLUNTEERS

60 59 63% 9 18 27

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/11 6 12 18

GPA

RETENTION

7 17 24

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’16

2017

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

2.93

SPRING ’17

OLAMP: 7

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

MAN POWER

2016

3.07 57 63 75%

THETA UPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’16

FUNDRAISING

9/13 5 10 15

JOURNEY: 1

2017

7/14 0 9 9

GPA

PER MAN

2016

JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’16

TOTAL

MAN POWER

THETA RHO CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

ABILITY EXP.

3.02 46 56 100% $2,670 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 2.97 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 5 10 15 $22,633 2.69 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

FOU

ALL MEN’S

AD ASTRA: 1

THETA OMICRON CHAPTER

THETA PSI CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$1,100

RETENTION

183 1

2.68 59 64 100% PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

RETENTION

30.7

HOUSE: 0

–/– 20 17 37

FALL ’16

2017

MAN POWER

2016

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 7

TOTAL

CHAP: 4

JOURNEY: 2

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

DON

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 0

$33,041

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 48

3.06 69 85 86%

THETA CHI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

FOU

SPRING ’17

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

28 33 61

$14,753

THETA TAU CHAPTER

GPA

FUNDRAISING

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

353 –

FALL ’16

95 100 54%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

142 144 77%

25/26 21 26 47 ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 3

THETA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

RETENTION

FOU

2.99

SPRING ’17

FOU

ALL MEN’S

$2,600

2017

FOU

3.06

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

3.07 77 75 89%

RETENTION

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.85 52 57 86%

FUNDRAISING

2.58

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.96

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 6 14 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

1/9 7 5 12

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

2017

FOU

THETA XI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

THETA NU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

DON

90 2

VOLUNTEERS

$1,603 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 14 TOTAL

$69

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

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FUNDRAISING

2.76

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

9 1 10

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/6 6 1 7

JOURNEY: 0 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

TOTAL

65 2

VOLUNTEERS

$19

CHAP: 3

$837 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

GPA

2.71 27 29 93%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

2.69

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.61

IFC RANK

2017

RETENTION

2.68 71 64 85%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

2.90

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 10 20 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 9 8 17

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

DON

95 –

VOLUNTEERS

AD ASTRA: 1 ALUM: 9

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$3,765 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

TOTAL

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 1

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

2.71 44 47 73%

SPRING ’17

2.60

ALL MEN’S

2.79

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 15 22 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

2.97

IFC RANK

2/8 7 9 16

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

PKC: 9/0

DON

83 3

VOLUNTEERS

TOTAL

$278

CHAP: 5

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1 13 14

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

5/8 1 10 11

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

DON

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

ALL MEN’S

2.85

IFC RANK

ALUM

3.15

IFC RANK

21 19 40 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 21 19 40

AD ASTRA: 3

ALUM

DON

148 3

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/0 TOTAL

$1,575

CHAP: 6

$11,366

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

8

DON

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

$38

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

IOTA MU CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

3.16 26 24 71%

FUNDRAISING

2.85

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17 ALL MEN’S

2.99

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2 12 14 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

2/4 1 9 10

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 3 ALUM: 0

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

OLAMP: 62

HOUSE: 0

$1,147

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 5

51 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

3.26

$857

1 6 7

3/11 1 6 7

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 4

3.22 100 113 100%

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

RETENTION

RETENTION

2.64

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

2017

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

MAN POWER

2016

2016

2.78 18 14 100%

IOTA L AMBDA CHAPTER

JOURNEY: 1

ALUM: 3

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

OLAMP: 13

HOUSE: 0

$1,299

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 20

73 –

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

$2,667

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

2.85

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

$3,022

2017

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2016

2.78 45 43 79%

IOTA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$6,746

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 2

56 –

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 1

CHAP: 7

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

6/16 6 7 13

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

6 8 14

JOURNEY: 3

IOTA IOTA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 4

HOUSE: 0

RETENTION

IOTA THETA CHAPTER

IOTA ETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

2017

FOU

2.93

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

ALL MEN’S

RETENTION

FOU

GPA

FALL ’16

2017

FOU

IOTA ZETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

FOU

IOTA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

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ALUM

DON

54 2

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 9/2 TOTAL

$25

CHAP: 2

$1,542 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

OLAMP: 8 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

FOU

ALUM

PKC: 9/0

DON

TOTAL

110 1

VOLUNTEERS

$19

CHAP: 2

3

2017

RETENTION

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

2.98

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

2.87

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 17 25

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1/11 7 14 21

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 4

$25,357

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

AD ASTRA: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 4

ALUM

SPRING ’17

3.05

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

ALUM

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

IFC RANK

1/4 3 14 17

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

3

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 11

DON

TOTAL

43 2

VOLUNTEERS

$11,053

$238

CHAP: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

11 7 18

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1/16 8 7 15

JOURNEY: 2 FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

DON

TOTAL

30 5

VOLUNTEERS

$175

CHAP: 4

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

14.3

IFC RANK

ALUM

SPRING ’17

2.54

ALL MEN’S

2.88

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

6/18 11 15 26

JOURNEY: 1 FOU

ALUM

DON

33 1

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 12 TOTAL

$50

CHAP: 0

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

$6,167 $0

5.6

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

24 30 54 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

ALUM

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

ALUM

$0 5

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

IFC RANK

ALUM

3.00

6 5 11 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

12/12 6 5 11

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

DON

15 1

VOLUNTEERS

$9,183

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0 TOTAL

CHAP: 1

$19

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

2016

2017

RETENTION

SPR

FALL

PKC: 9/0

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 1

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

2017

RETENTION

15

SPR

FALL

ALUM

PKC: 9/5

DON

TOTAL

37 4

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

$71

MAN POWER 2017

RETENTION

ALUM: 0

PER MAN

8

2/9 6 15 21

JOURNEY: 2

3.03

21 10 31 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

8/8 19 10 29

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

DON

25 –

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

TOTAL

DON

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

$76

$6,014

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL

88 2

VOLUNTEERS

$22

CHAP: 6

GPA

$3,132 $51

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

ALUM: 0

2016

2017

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

2.72 53 64 88%

FUNDRAISING

2.55

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 13 16

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

–/– 3 11 14

ALUM

PKC: 8/0

DON

TOTAL

61 –

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 5

$0 $0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 22 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

KAPPA EPSILON CHAPTER MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

53 60 100%

FUNDRAISING

3.01

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’17

9 4 13

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 9 4 13

AD ASTRA: 3

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 36

CHAP: 1

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 17

JOURNEY: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 0

3.15

ALL MEN’S

6 16 22

IFC RANK

GPA

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

2.94 46 66 94%

SPRING ’17

RETENTION

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM

$955

$4,071

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

35 1

VOLUNTEERS

$19

CHAP: 0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

KAPPA IOTA CHAPTER

KAPPA THETA CHAPTER 2016

2017

2.78

SPRING ’17

FALL ’16

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

–/– 11 19 30

JOURNEY: 2

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

AD ASTRA: 0

TOTAL

5

3.02 46 69 95%

JOURNEY: 1

2.76 51 48 88% $10,734 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 2.83 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 15 19 34 $11,119 2.84 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17 IFC RANK

TOTAL

$109

CHAP: 0

OLAMP: 0

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

$2,655

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

IOTA OMEGA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

TOTAL

$7,502

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IOTA UPSILON CHAPTER

KAPPA DELTA CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

37 –

3.30

$918

TOTAL

CHAP: 6

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

DON

–/– 7 17 24

3.30 37 46 100% PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

0

2.98 64 76 100% $4,664 SPRING ’17 PI ALPHA ’17 3.07 SPRPRE-INITIATED FUNDRAISING FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 7 17 24 $0 2.75 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’17

GPA

SPRING ’17

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

DON

VOLUNTEERS

IOTA PSI CHAPTER

FALL ’16

RETENTION

$2,112

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 25

77 –

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

2017

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

22/36 7 6 13

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

SPR

JOURNEY: 1

KAPPA ETA CHAPTER 2016

8 6 14

2.99

IFC RANK

GPA

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 5

80 –

VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/2 OLAMP: 0

97 3

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

$6,222

2/8 31 0 31

3.10

SPRING ’17

RETENTION

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

AD ASTRA: 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

31 7 38

IFC RANK

2.91 63 52 93%

2017

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

HOUSE: 0

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

GPA

2016

OLAMP: 25

HOUSE: 0

12/16 57 27 84

FOU

13 14 27

TOTAL

$498

CHAP: 2

2.66 110 97

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.80

ALUM: 0

CHAP: 6

AD ASTRA: 1

FALL ’16

KAPPA BETA CHAPTER

2.88

IFC RANK

DON

AD ASTRA: 0

$4,146

PKC: 10/1

69 2

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

9 18 27

VOLUNTEERS

2.90 53 58 96%

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2017

JOURNEY: 2

GPA

RETENTION

2016

RETENTION

5/13 9 13 22

FALL ’16

2017

AD ASTRA: 0

2

MAN POWER

2016

3.26 100 129 82%

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.83

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’17

MAN POWER

2016

3

TOTAL

$552

MAN POWER

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

KAPPA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

TOTAL

$173

CHAP: 2

OLAMP: 18

HOUSE: 0

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 13

DON

FOU

3.32

IFC RANK

GPA

FALL ’16

$400

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

IOTA PI CHAPTER

SPRING ’17

IOTA TAU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

DON

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

ALUM

$1,411

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

99 5

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

3.40

$608

AD ASTRA: 2

2.88

SPRING ’17

FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

–/– 23 10 33

JOURNEY: 1

FALL ’16

3.48 40 33 83%

SPRING ’17

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 35

ALUM: 0

RETENTION

23 10 33

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

GPA

RETENTION

17 16 33

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

3.03 63 71 81%

FALL ’16

2017

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

MAN POWER

2016

3.57

ABILITY EXP.

KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

8

3.50 71 81 100%

2016

SPRING ’17

IOTA CHI CHAPTER

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 17 23

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

43 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.97

RETENTION

13 34

VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

2017

–/– – – –

3.06

$4,075

2016

JOURNEY: 3

FALL ’16

SPRING ’17

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

2017

$5

CHAP: 1

GPA

FALL ’16

3.24 38 45 74%

2016

TOTAL

$7,113

GPA FALL ’16

IOTA SIGMA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

PKC: 10/1

DON

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

82 1

IOTA PHI CHAPTER MAN POWER

6 32 38

2/7 4 21 25

FOU

GPA

$5,259

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

88 22 $449

VOLUNTEERS

2.84

IFC RANK

AD ASTRA: 2

3.20 42 53 84%

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

JOURNEY: 0

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 0

IOTA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

3.20

SPRING ’17

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

FOU

9/19 10 28 38

JOURNEY: 1

$2,506

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.22 59 67 66%

FUNDRAISING

FOU

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION

FOU

12 33 45

$2,500

2017

FOU

2.81

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

FOU

ALL MEN’S

RETENTION

MAN POWER

FOU

2.86

SPRING ’17

2017

GPA

FOU

FALL ’16

2016

Founded 1940

ABILITY EXP.

FOU

2.92 76 99 84%

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

FOU

GPA

GPA

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

3.25 36 41

SPRING ’17

2.76

ALL MEN’S

2.94

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 6 10 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– 7 5 12

JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

FOU

ABILITY EXP.

FOU

MAN POWER

75 Years IOTA OMICRON CHAPTER

IOTA XI CHAPTER

FOU

GPA

IOTA NU CHAPTER

DON

19 2

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/1 TOTAL

CHAP: 1

$39

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$170

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

OLAMP: 0 AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER HOSTS 4TH-ANNUAL ABILITY EXPERIENCE CARNIVAL The Delta Alpha Chapter at Virginia Tech recently held their 4th annual Ability Experience Carnival. The chapter hosted athletes from the New River Valley chapter of the Intellectual Disability Agency. The Greek community at Virginia Tech was invited to carnival games and activities such as bowling, ring toss, corn hole, cake walks, wheelchair basketball, band performances and bouncy houses. There was an amazing show from the community and the chapter successfully raised money for the IDA and The Ability Experience. 

WINTHROP’S PI KAPPA PHI RECOGNIZED AS NATIONAL ROLE MODEL The North-American Interfraternity Conference recently honored the Epsilon Eta Chapter at Winthrop as one of seven fraternities in the nation that exemplified the highest levels of excellence in leadership, service and education. The fraternity’s Epsilon Eta Chapter at Winthrop was recognized with a Chapter

Award of Distinction due to its success as a high functioning fraternity in compliance with the conference’s standards. Members also sought to educate others about the benefits of a values-based fraternity experience and worked to maintain a healthy relationship with the international organization. 

ABILITY EXPERIENCE CHAPTER FUNDRAISING 2017

ETA CHI (Texas Christian) $50,668

OMEGA (Purdue) $20,091

ALPHA IOTA (Auburn) $18,363

ALPHA CHI (Miami) $17,176

THETA XI (Arizona State) $14,753

ETA UPSILON (Miami - OH) $13,424

LAMBDA (Georgia) $13,240

THETA TAU (High Point) $12,862

DELTA LAMBDA (UNC - Charlotte) $12,200

ALPHA GAMMA (Oklahoma) $12,104

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KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.01 28 31 43%

FUNDRAISING

3.02

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

3.20

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 3

IFC RANK

7

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

19/23 2 1 3

JOURNEY: 4 DON

FOU

ALUM

PKC: 7/2 TOTAL

12 2

VOLUNTEERS

$23

CHAP: 2

$4,000

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

GPA

SPRING ’17

3.40

ALL MEN’S

3.21

IFC RANK

ALUM

2.88 34 45 43%

FUNDRAISING

2.88

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2.88

IFC RANK

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/5 0 6 6

JOURNEY: 3 DON

FOU

ALUM

TOTAL

$19

CHAP: 0

ALUM: 0

KAPPA XI CHAPTER MAN POWER

FALL ’16

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 32

SPRING ’17

3.40 –

IFC RANK

$9,263

INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

–/7 – 48 48 TOTAL

1 3 $59

VOLUNTEERS

$0 7

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

FOU

FUNDRAISING PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 4 ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

11 26 37

ALL MEN’S

GPA

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

CHAP: 1

AD ASTRA: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

3.10

ALL MEN’S

2.50

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 42

SPRING ’17

2.63

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 15 28

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

ALUM

–/– – – –

JOURNEY: 4 DON

FOU

ALUM

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 14 TOTAL

0 –

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 5

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

SPRING ’17

3.10

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

2017

RETENTION

– 41

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

41 9 50 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

ALUM

SPRING ’17

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

–/– – – –

JOURNEY: 0 FOU

ALUM

DON

0 –

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: / TOTAL

CHAP: 1

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OLAMP: AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

$59

AD ASTRA: 0 ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$2,832

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

OLAMP: 45 AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 58

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 19 31

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 27

DON

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 26

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 8 SPR

18

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– – – –

JOURNEY: 4 ALUM

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 0

DON

TOTAL

0 –

CHAP: 3

AD ASTRA: 0

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

KAPPA TAU CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$0

0

OLAMP: 14

KAPPA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

TOTAL

CHAP: 2

8 –

FALL ’16

$0

DON

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/1

25/12 – 55 55

SPRING ’17

3.44

ALL MEN’S

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2016

2017

RETENTION

– 19

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 8 16 SPR

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

–/– – – –

JOURNEY: 0 ALUM

FOU

MAN POWER

2016

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 4

KAPPA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

12 27 39

GPA

FALL ’16

FUNDRAISING

$0

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

KAPPA OMICRON CHAPTER

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

10 3

FALL ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2017

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

$5,443

$7,798

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

1/8 67 24 91

KAPPA PI CHAPTER

FALL ’16

$5

MAN POWER

2016

JOURNEY: 4

FOU

GPA

0

PKC: 10/0 OLAMP: 10

10 1

VOLUNTEERS

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

SPRING ’17

FOU

8 6 14

ALL MEN’S

$4,351

TOTAL

CHAP: 0

3.11 60 68

FOU

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

DON

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

KAPPA NU CHAPTER

GPA

SPRING ’17

PKC: 10/1

1 1

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’16

RETENTION

INITIATED ’17 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1/28 7 9 16

ABILITY EXP.

2017

6 9 15

AD ASTRA: 1 ALUM: 0

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’17 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2016

2017

OLAMP: 17

KAPPA MU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’16

MAN POWER

2016

3.51 25 33

FOU

SPRING ’17

$534

KAPPA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’16

DON

0 –

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: / TOTAL

CHAP: 1

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$953

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

OLAMP: AD ASTRA: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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A COMMON BOND THE CALL TO LEAD & DUT Y TO SERVE BY J UST I N H O RN E & JUSTIN ANG O TTI A FUTURE WHERE EVERY BROTHER of Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader,

puts service before self and betters the world around him. More than documenting effective chapter operations, celebrating student success or recognizing alumni achievement, the call to lead and duty to serve remains the common thread that ties us together in this uncommon and lifelong brotherhood. Here, six brothers, spanning generations and perspectives, weigh in on the impact of Pi Kappa Phi on both themselves and the world around us.

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WH AT D O E S I T MEAN TO LEAD? Leadership is more than title or position. Instead, it is a potential that can be developed in all members. Leaders exhibit self-awareness, exemplify character in thought and action, foster collaborative relationships and strive to create positive social change—to build a better world for themselves and others. According to 2016 Thirty Under 30 recipient Alex Thomas, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH), leadership is about more than just handling day-to-day responsibilities—it is about the future. "A good leader is able to motivate and convince people to do the thing they would not naturally do, for the betterment of the organization as a whole,” said

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Thomas. “It’s easy to fall into a pattern of mediocrity. A good leader is able to motivate people to be better.” During his time at Miami University, Thomas served as Archon, an opportunity he still considers to be an unexpected and invaluable crash course on effective leadership that impacted how he approaches his work today. “It was never about me as Archon; it was always about us,” Thomas said. “I knew that it was going to take all of us to make the chapter successful.” After graduating in 2014, Thomas successfully managed a statewide political campaign and then went on to work in the Ohio House of Representatives before becoming Governor John Kasich’s personal aide and eventually his special assistant for legislative affairs.

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WH AT C A N WE LEARN FROM THOSE MOMENTS WHEN OUR LEADERSHIP IS TESTED MOST? Values determine our priorities and help us decide how we lead and where we go. As brothers of Pi Kappa Phi, our fraternal values are as important to leadership as our personal values. On the night of our initiation into this brotherhood we learn, in the words of our founders, the principles and ideals upon which Pi Kappa Phi was built more than a century ago. We are called through our Ritual to strive each day to live by these founding principles and work perpetually for the betterment of our fraternity. More importantly is how we publicly express our values and how we lead in times when our values are tested the most. More than 50 years after his initiation into Pi Kappa Phi, College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell, Alpha (College of Charleston), still talks about the importance of that ceremony on his own decision-making. “The Ritual is about doing the right thing

WH AT M A KE S A LEADER EXCEPTIONAL? Of course, not all advice and lessons take decades to materialize. For Student Representative to the National Council Noah Hendel, Theta Lambda (Missouri State), one of the most influential brothers he’s met joined the chapter right alongside him. "The greatest thing I learned from him was the ‘lead by example’ mentality,” Hendel said. During a contentious Interfraternity Council (IFC) election, Hendel’s chapter brother withdrew his nomination, publicly citing ethical concerns with the way other candidates update us on your life: pikapp.org/submitnews

in moments of crisis,” McConnell said. Before taking the helm at the College in 2014, McConnell served as lieutenant governor of South Carolina, an unexpected end to his long career in politics. Amid rumors that the lieutenant governor would resign as a result of ethics violations, McConnell faced a choice: step down from his position as president pro tempore of the South Carolina Senate, in turn protecting his seniority and power, and avoid ascending to a position perceived as largely ceremonial and powerless; or fulfill the constitutional obligation of his position, honor the oath he swore when he was elected and assume the role of lieutenant governor. On March 12, 2012, after 31 years in the state Senate, McConnell resigned his seat and became lieutenant governor. Thinking back on that day, McConnell reflected on how the Ritual continued to shape his life decades after initiation. “I sat in that office and looked around and said, ‘Why me?’ The fraternity, however, taught me about loyalty, about citizenship, about ideals, about honesty and truth—all the different qualities of what make a person successful in life.” Two years later, the Board of Trustees at his alma mater named McConnell the College’s 22nd president. “The moral of the story is this: do the right thing and somehow it will work out,” he says.

approached the election process. His goal? Spark a broader conversation on campus about how the IFC should operate, even if doing so was not to his own political advantage. “From that, I learned to not just go through the motions,” Hendel said. “Stand up for what you think is right and set an example for people, even outside of your fraternity.” As Archon, Hendel used this same approach to inspire his chapter to become more involved in service and philanthropy. “There was no better way to encourage my chapter brothers to get more involved with The Ability Experience than to do that on my own, so I applied to be a crew member for Journey of Hope,” he says. “I wanted to lead by example.”

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WHY IS SERVICE, NOT JUST P H I L A N T H R O P Y, SO IMPORTANT? True service creates a unique opportunity to foster relationships, develop as a leader, discover your passion and understand new perspectives. These shared experiences are the cornerstone of our work with people with disabilities through The Ability Experience. These shared experiences are our opportunity to not only better the world around us but to also better ourselves. Frank Wrenn, Mu (Duke), spends his day as a corporate development officer at Habitat for Humanity, a global nonprofit housing organization with a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. While his career involves

HOW CAN ONE PERSON BETTER THE WORLD AROUND US? For more than three decades, Major General Tom Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis), served in the United States Air Force, including assignments as a pilot in numerous special operations missions, President Reagan’s Air Force Aide and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense under Secretary Cheney. Today, Carter serves as the representative of the United States on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization. “I think the biggest thing you can do is inspire other people,” Carter said. “You

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raising money to support Habitat For Humanity's work, it’s about more than that for Wrenn. “Raising money is great, but you don’t get that eye-opening, world-changing experience of what it’s all about,” he said. “It’s one thing to be told a lot of people are struggling, but to have that first-hand and to see the person and to be with the person? It just expands your horizons.” Wrenn believes Pi Kappa Phi is fortunate to have service as a such a central part of our experience as brothers. “Since the founding of The Ability Experience in 1977, service has become more than just something we do; it’s part and parcel of who we are. It influences the character of the men we attract.” Ultimately, service is about putting others before yourself, says Wrenn. “The important part is serving with others. It's about doing things together and the relationship that builds. It’s not only just service, it’s how you serve.”

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find the talented people and you give them positive reinforcement. You tell somebody ‘You can do these things' and it ignites a willingness and this drive to do good things.” Carter has remained active in Pi Kappa Phi since his initiation in 1971, earning the distinction of being named Mr. Pi Kappa Phi in 2016. Despite a distinguished career in the upper echelons of American and international politics and recognition for his outstanding contributions to the fraternity, Carter still thinks about how to better the world around him every day. "Even today, I still have an opportunity to try to help people,” he said. “I tell people: sometimes it's difficult, and you're going to have to work hard, but in the end, it's really and truly worth it. When I close my eyes for the last time someday, I'll say, 'You know, this was a great ride.'"

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PI KAPPA PHI’S NEXT STEP TOWARD ACHIEVING OUR VISION? From three to seven. From seven to eight. From eight to over 135,000. Pi Kappa Phi has certainly grown since our humble beginning in the home of a Charleston grocer, and the fraternity continues to evolve as the world around us changes. National President-Elect Jeremy Galvin, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State), remains proud of Pi Kappa Phi’s stature as a top 10 national men’s fraternity. There is more to the

experience than just those statistics, he says. “We're here to complement the universities and colleges where we have chapters. We've got to be engaged and supportive of what they're trying to achieve, both in and out of the classroom,” Galvin notes. “We have to be great partners to provide academic, leadership and service opportunities. We also have to engage brothers in the lifelong membership of Pi Kappa Phi— it's giving them ways to become engaged past graduation, giving them volunteer opportunities and cultivating their philanthropic support." As Galvin looks ahead to July when he will take office as National President, he continues to reflect on the importance of The Ability Experience. “The service mission, the experiential learning and the chance to understand what community means and what serving others

means are things not every person gets to experience. My goal as National President will be to expand the opportunities for our members to engage in the mission of The Ability Experience,” Galvin said. Galvin also spoke to the fraternity’s ability to adapt as new issues and challenges come our way. “Over time, we have evolved who we are to become a better and a stronger organization,” he said. “I think we're at another crossroads—our relevance is being questioned. Why should fraternities and sororities exist? I know that we will rise to the occasion. Pi Kappa Phi will continue to be a top fraternity because we will adapt, change and do the things that we as an organization need to do to ensure that our members are getting the experience they should, and that they're getting it in a safe, friendly and inclusive environment.”

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In order to achieve our vision, Pi Kappa Phi must remember our common bond— our call to lead and duty to serve in the hopes of building a better world. 

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Affiliates & Other Revenues

Merchandise

$161,734 (2.51%)

$667,217 (10.34%)

Educational Grants

Royalties

$104,403 (1.62%)

$155,000 (2.4%)

Merchandise

$83,808 (1.33%)

Alumni Engagement

$86,748 (1.38%)

Interfraternity Relations

Communications (including branding)

$108,902 (1.73%)

$179,102 (2.84%)

Chapter Development & Expansion

$436,568 (6.93%)

Events & Leadership Development

$829,710 (13.16%)

$6,450,361

$6,302,545

Administrative

Event / Education Registration Fees

(including officials)

$840,350 (13.33%)

$806,435 (12.5%)

Member Revenues

Risk Management & Prevention Education

$4,555,573 (70.63%)

2017 FINANCIALS Build America

$73,696 (3%)

Restricted Income

$57,613 (2%)

Staff

$1,696,524 (26.92%)

$2,040,834 (32.38%)

REVENUES: EXPENSES:

Registration Fees

$41,410 (2%)

+ –

Sales / Other

$14,787 (1%)

PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE Placements & Grants

$459,246 (19%)

In-kind

$364,835 (15%)

Administrative

$329,140 (13%)

Journey of Hope

Gear Up Florida

$743,087 (27%)

$97,209 (4%)

Chapter Services

ABEX Challenge

$241,453 (10%)

$124,417 (5%)

Corporate Sponsors

$169,395 (6%)

$2,709,734

Investment Income

$2,442,454

Financial Development

$165,303 (6%)

$200,772 (8%)

Individual Gifts

$206,207 (8%)

ABEX Challenge

$110,422 (5%) Gear Up Florida

$87,636 (4%)

In-kind Gifts

$364,835 (13%)

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Chapter Fundraising

$651,765 (24%)

Journey of Hope

$586,562 (24%)

Build America

$62,388 (3%)

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Chapter Investment Funds

$50,890 (6.46%)

Kroeg Society

$30,054 (3.81%)

National President's Circle & Student Giving Gifts

$1,660 (0.21%)

Unrestricted Gifts

$319,238 (40.52%)

Alpha Epsilon Library Grant

The Ability Experience (including Bergstrom Service Grants)

$555,500 (55.78%)

$148,623 (14.92%)

Pi Kappa Phi Edu. Grant

Pi Kappa Phi Edu. Grant

$105,000 (10.54%)

(Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders)

$51,605 (5.18%)

Nu Phi

$53,011 (6.73%) Officials Giving (includes Board of Governors)

CIF Scholarships

$53,069 (6.73%)

(local scholarships)

$787,844

$49,399 (4.96%)

$995,883 (educational grants and scholarships)

Morgan Scholars

$47,411 (4.76%)

International Scholars

Restricted Gifts

$15,238 (1.53%)

$130,036 (10.54%)

Pi Kapp Scholars

$8,000 (0.8%)

Edu/Leadership Grants to Chapters

$4,700 (0.47%) Annual Appeal

$149,885 (19.02%)

HISTORICAL ASSETS

PI KAPPA PHI FOUNDATION PI KAPPA PHI PROPERTIES

HISTORICAL YEAR END ASSETS

Other Interest Income

$14,601 (0.29%)

$73,950 (1.47%)

2017 $20,917,936 2016 $11,635,510 2015 $11,377,959 2014 $11,379,130 2013 $6,560,331 2012 $5,548,854 2011 $5,318,081

2017 $ 19,424,901 2016 $ 19,745,696 2015 $14,363,627 2014 $11,111,562 2013 $8,649,918 2012 $9,149,085 2011 $8,779,647 2010 $8,541,624 2009 $5,503,767 2008 $5,745,524

Bergstrom Leadership Grants

$4,000 (0.4%)

CIF Scholarships

(Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers)

$3,501 (0.35%)

McCollum Scholars

$2,029 (0.2%)

CIF Scholarships (Supreme Chapter)

$875 (0.09%)

2007 $5,918,222 2006 $5,266,802 2005 $4,056,310 2004 $4,025,398 2003 $3,976,595 2002 $4,232,697 2001 $4,286,210 2000 $3,995,042 1999 $4,065,246 1998 $4,087,979

Depreciation & Closing Costs

$984,238 (20.55%)

ILF & Housing Investment Fund

(From Pi Kappa Phi)

$239,818 (4.78%)

$5,014,893

$4,789,957

Interest & Property Tax

$922,995 (19.27%)

Rental Revenues

$4,686,523 (93.45%)

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Administrative

Utilities & Maintenance Insurance

$80,307 (1.72%)

Leasing

$560,199 (11.7%)

$256,774 (5.36%)

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OUR BROTHERS THEIR FUTURE YOUR LEGACY

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IF YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH to have traveled to

the College of Charleston, in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina, then you have likely passed through and reflected upon the Pi Kappa Phi Gate. This was our first gift to the college where we were founded, on the occasion of our 25th anniversary. It has long been associated with the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation, including the Gateway Society. We are proud to present a significantly expanded list of Gateway Society members in this issue of the Star & Lamp. These are the men and women who have committed to an estate gift to the Foundation, and these are the men and women whose gifts are tracked within the “Make Your Mark” deferred gifts capital campaign now underway. As announced in Austin at the Supreme Chapter two years ago, it is our goal to support our brothers in the work of estate planning and to track any and all planned gifts to the Foundation. It is our vision to have as many expected gifts to the Foundation as we have current assets, at all times. Why? Because we are currently only funding a small portion of the educational programs of this fraternity that has more than doubled in size over the past 10 years. We have 12,000 younger brothers on 185 campuses across the nation. The Foundation is not here to give scholarships that will fund tuition for only 12 of these men—we are here to fund life skills and leadership development for all 12,000. The campaign, which is about “our brothers, their future and your legacy," allows you to “Make Your Mark” on the future. We have a $12 million goal, just as we have $12 million in current assets. We hope to celebrate achieving that goal at the Supreme Chapter in Baltimore in 2020. Join us in Chicago this summer to celebrate campaign progress and learn about how effective estate planning can help you and yours with regard to good financial management. And remember that 100 years from now, it will not matter how much money we had in our bank account, how big our house was or what kind of a car we drove. What will matter is that we were important in the lives of our brothers. 

John R. Andrews Chairman, Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

STAR & LAMP SOCIETY (S&L) $500,000+ SUPREME CIRCLE (SUP) $250,000 — $499,999 FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE (FOU) $100,000 — $249,999 ORDER OF THE ROSE (OR) $50,000 — $99,999 ORDER OF THE BELL (OB) $25,000 — $49,999 COUNCIL CLUB (CC) $10,000 — $24,999 FOUNDATION CLUB (FC) $5,000 — $9,999 LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB (LC) $2,500 — $4,999 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB (EDC) $1,000 — $2,499 GOLD STAR CLUB (GSC) $500 — $999 CHEVRON CLUB (CHV) $250 — $499 CROSSED SWORDS CLUB (CSC) $1 — $249

ALPHA (College of Charleston) Howard Warren Almand, Jr (GSC) Johnnie Warren Baxley, III (EDC) Gunnar Gambill Burts (CHV) Gary Alan Catterton (FC) Alberry Charles Cannon, III (CHV) Daniel Clavier (CSC) Adam Scott Cooper (GSC) Ross L. Curnett (CHV) Stephen Uriah Davis (CHV) Philip S Duwel (EDC) Harry Wyman Freeman, Jr. (EDC) William S. Gaud (EDC) Kenneth Steven Gustafson, Sr. (EDC) Charles Rush Hamrick, IV (GSC) George Cleveland Hancock (CSC) Eric Charles Helfers (LC) Andrew Carroll Jaffee (EDC) David Harold Jaffee (OB) Carl Ragnar Johnson (LC) Jon Knox (CSC) William Land (CSC) Basil Louis Lempesis (EDC) Thomas Lucht (EDC) William Parker Luhn, Jr. (GSC) Robert William Marlowe (CC) Samuel Winfield McConnell, Jr. (CC) Terence Neal Moore (FC) Gregory Duncan Padgett (FC) Benjamin Mallard Phelps (EDC) Richard Patrick Pierce (FC) William Lee Runyon, Jr. (EDC) Richard Burke Voorneveld (FC) L. Andrew Westbrook, III (LC) Italics indicates deceased

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BETA (Presbyterian) David Kelly Dixon (EDC) Andrew Gregory Elam, II (CC) Dallah Anderson Forrest, Jr. (GSC) Clifton Carson Goodwin, III (FC) Clinton Edward Massey (CC) John R. Ritter, Jr. (EDC) Richard Bacot Stall (CHV) Thomas Harry Stearns (EDC) Eugene Allen Vaughan (EDC) Christopher Paul Witte (GSC)

LEADERSHIP FUND

Listed here are members and friends who contributed to the Foundation Leadership Fund in 2017. Donors are listed by chapter with lifetime giving level denoted using the key below.

GAMMA (UC - Berkeley) Corey Alan Babarovich (GSC) Daniel James Bosshart (FC) Adrian Gregory Davies (CSC) Kurt Gregory Fahlman (GSC) David Wayne Halligan (GSC) Spencer Brian Larson (GSC) Joseph Bernard Magoon (GSC) James Francis Meagher (EDC) Clayton Edward Mitchell, Jr. (EDC) Robert David O'Malley (GSC) Steven Scott Ryder (FC) Ronald Allyn Segel (EDC) Juan Manuel Serrano (EDC) Michael John Trainor (CHV) Robert L. Whelan (LC) Frank Allen Winton, Jr. (EDC) Mark Augustus Wolfsheimer (CHV) Robert Frank Zeni (CSC) DELTA (Furman) Jacob Edward Gerber (CSC) Peter John Manning (FC) James G. Mattos (GSC) Donald Alan Miller (EDC) Daniel William Sharkey (CSC) EPSILON (Davidson) Wilson Seibert Hendry (GSC) Harold Barker Kernodle, Jr. (EDC) Joseph Henry Johnson Vernon, DMin (CHV) Lawrence Douglas Wilkerson (EDC) Philip Connor Winstead (EDC) ZETA (Wofford) Ernesto Barquet-Arrambide (CSC) James Hampton Belcher (LC) Mark O'Neill Bundy (FC) Gregory Carl Gilbert (CHV) Christian Goerner (CSC) Jack L. Kaplan (EDC) Robert George McCurdy (EDC) Robert Dean McJunkin (EDC) Alex O'Daniel (EDC) Nathan Vikram Patnam (CSC) Clarence Chrisman Riner, III (CHV) William Massie Smethie, Jr. (GSC) ETA (Emory) Steven William Golden (CSC) Charles Battle Lewis, Jr. (CSC) John Charles Nix, Jr. (FC) THETA (Cincinnati) Patrick Charles Sponsler (CHV) Zachery Alves Wiles (CSC) IOTA (Georgia Tech) David Gilpin Baker, Jr. (EDC) Joel David Bonewitz (EDC) Mark Alan Boxer (GSC) Brian Matthew Brady (CHV) Thomas F. Christian, Jr. (EDC) Michael Vincent Cowan (FC) David Derek Cunnold (EDC) Robert Allen DeFurio (EDC) J. Terry Dewberry (OR) Shawn Doughtie (GSC) John Darrel Englehardt (EDC) Donald N Fischer (CHV) Alan A. Imm (FC) Russell Read Johnson (GSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Brian Crowley (GSC) Edwin Porter Garretson, Jr. (EDC) Floyd Wingfield McKinnon (EDC) Robert Kirk Park, II (CSC) Edwin Webster Shearburn, III (GSC) Malcolm Hart Squires, Jr. (EDC) Robert J. Taylor, IV (EDC) Dade Whitney Thornton, II (CHV) Robert Otto Waldbauer, Jr. (GSC) John Davol Wallace (EDC) Dederick Conrad Ward, III (CHV) Dorsey M. Ward, Jr. (EDC)

Thomas Lowndes, Jr. (LC) Robert Thomas Lowrance (GSC) Jeffrey Curtis Montgomery (CSC) Robert Craig Murray, Jr. (LC) Monteiro Harris Nelson, III (GSC) Charles Phillips Nichols (CHV) Michael Ross Niehoff (CSC) Robert Alan Parrish (FC) Parker Holmes Petit (S&L) James Garrison Pritchett, Jr. (FC) John Howard Puckett (LC) Fen Rhodes (GSC) George Vernon Rouse (GSC) Robert Brian Rowe (FC) Dean Wall Russell (GSC) Kenneth Glenn Scott (LC) Samuel James Shepherd (CHV) Robert Marvin Snuggs, III (CC) Bruce Crane Vanderhoof (LC) KAPPA (UNC - Chapel Hill) Charles Preston Adams (EDC) Peter Edmund Berg (GSC) George Williams Braun (EDC) James Michael Collins (EDC) Alvin Williford Daughtridge (EDC) David Roth Gershenson (CHV) Marvin Spencer Hackney (FC) Russell Neill Hadley, CFP (EDC) David Lewis Hamrick (EDC) Bradley Stephen Hanover (GSC) William Stuart Hicks (OR) Clifton McRae Hux, Jr. (EDC) J. Councill Leak (FC) James Bryan Little, Jr. (EDC)

(S&L) $500,000+ (SUP) $250K — $499K (FOU) $100K — $249K (OR)

$50K — $99K

(OB)

$25K — $49K

(CC)

$10K— $24K

(FC)

$5,000 — $9,999

(LC)

$2,500 — $4,999

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499 (GSC) $500 — $999 (CHV) $250 — $499 (CSC) $1 — $249

David Franklin McAllister (GSC) John Agrippa Redhead (EDC) Benjamin Joel Roberts (GSC) Edgar Franklin Seagle (CHV) James Lee Thompson (LC) James Michael Wilmott (EDC) Charles Baxter Winn, III (GSC) Mark Howell Winston (EDC) Blake Zanardi (CSC) LAMBDA (Georgia) Philip Robert Allison (GSC) Stephen Paul Conway (CHV) Mark Andrew Harp (GSC) William James Harp, Jr. (EDC) Henry Thomas Rogers, Jr. (GSC) Cecil Randolph Spooner, Jr. (GSC) Fred Manley Thrower (EDC) MU (Duke) Sid Eugene Atkinson (EDC) George Michael Benda (EDC) Joseph Edwin Carson, III (CHV) Matthew B. Crist (CSC) Anders William Hall (OR) Manassa Nick Hennessee, III (GSC) Joseph Braun Kloecker, Jr. (CSC) Heath Lance Marcus (EDC) Christopher Philip Moore (EDC) Charles Terry Munson (EDC) Stephen Julius Schnurr, Jr. (GSC) Brian Edward Swab (LC) Frank Thomas Wrenn, III (OB) Frank Thomas Wrenn, Jr. (GSC) NU (Nebraska) Edward Joseph Bierl (GSC) James Stanton Christol (LC) James Allen Guretzky (FC) Warren Ray Hill (EDC) Austin Paul O'Malley (CSC) Robert M. Werner (LC) William John Wesslund (EDC) XI (Roanoke) Ian Baker (CSC) Robert S. Barber (EDC) Robert Sidney Bonney, Jr. (LC) Paul Charles Caldwell, MD (LC) Samuel Pryor Chaplin (CSC) Edward Lyons Corson, II (OB) Nathan Frederick Deering (CSC) William Henri Delatron (GSC)

David James Doyle (EDC) Stephen A. Esworthy (FC) Raphael Ellis Ferris (FC) Richard Chambers Flora (CHV) Charles Augustus Freeman (EDC) Robert George Gray (FC) Harry Isaac Johnson, Jr. (EDC) Leonard T. Kelley (CSC) Donald Kerr (FC) Richard Joseph Milan, Jr. (EDC) David Robert Miller, Jr. (CSC) Cameron Rob Ogilvie (EDC) Randall Hall Overby (GSC) Durward Warren Owen (OB) Donald Joseph Potter, Jr. (FC) Ellis Gilmore Ramsey, Jr. (GSC) Thomas Joseph Rutherford (EDC) Fredric Steven Schneider (GSC) Tod Nelson Senne (LC) William Francis Smith, III (CSC) James Sylvester Stump, Jr. (CC) Kevin Robert Sullivan (GSC) Dudley Foster Woody (OR) OMICRON (Alabama) David Rush Adams (LC) William Otis Adams (CSC) William Thomas Bishop, Jr. (FC) Jack Michael Blasius (EDC) William Whitley Bright (CSC) Edwin Valdivia Caldwell, II (EDC) Austin Kendall Cambas (CSC) John M. Clark, Sr. (GSC) Warren Dilburn DeBardelaben, Jr. (CHV) Thomas Stephen Grammas (CSC) John Alban Greaves, Jr. (FC) Thomas Brooks Henderson (EDC) Robert Nathan Hightower (OR) Robert Fredrick Inman (LC) Joe David Lee (LC) Daniel Clay Lemley (CHV) Thomas Alton Martin (GSC) Mack Ollie Matthews (LC) Leon Bryant Newman (EDC) Braden Michael Notarianni (CSC) William Milton Schroeder (EDC) A.J. Lonnie Strickland, III (OR) William Calvin Taylor (LC) David Christopher Wells (GSC) RHO (Washington & Lee) Robert Dennis Ballantine (GSC) George Ziadeh Bateh (GSC)

SIGMA (South Carolina) Mark Adamson (EDC) Jerry Thomas Brewer (OR) Earl Edwin Cashon, Jr. (EDC) Wallace Alexander Crosby (CSC) Harvey Todd Davis (CHV) Robert Michael Gatti (LC) J. Barry Harrelson (GSC) James Theodore McKinnon (GSC) Robert Andrew Montgomery (EDC) Wright Tomberlin Paulk, Jr. (GSC) Walter Hays Pickens, III (LC) Walter Hays Pickens, Jr. (OB) Frederick Elliotte Quinn (EDC) Danny Wayne Reynolds (CC) William Sheldon Reynolds, III (GSC) Stephen Mayes Rhodes (GSC) Charles William Robinson (CSC) Erich Garland Straughn (EDC) James Donald Westmoreland, III (CSC) TAU (NC State) Donald Bruce Barker (EDC) Robert James Cates (CHV) Scott Burke Clifton (CSC) James Edwin Dale (CSC) George Edward King, Jr. (CHV) Randall Edmon King (LC) Steven Michael Leamon (EDC) Christopher Middleton Myers (EDC) William John Oncea (CSC) Andrew Dowd Page, Jr. (GSC) Robert Nelson Richardson (CHV) Stephen David Seymore, Jr. (LC) W. Scott Troutman (GSC) UPSILON (Illinois) Jack Joseph Bakker (EDC) James Manuel Bayne (FC) John Putnam Beckwith, Jr. (CHV) Gary Michael Behrens (GSC) Robert John Bogdanoff (EDC) Derek G. Chan (CSC) Edward R. Cwiklin (GSC) Blake William Elford (CSC) Laith Ibrahim (CSC) James Thomas Johnson (GSC) James Ken Kutill (EDC) Warren Glenn Miller (CHV) Charles Nwabueze Moka (LC) Peter O'Connell (CSC) John Gerard Pesavento (CHV) Anthony R. Saccomano (GSC) J. Gunnar Schalin (OR) James Scheuneman (CSC) John Wilson Shustitzky (EDC) John Robert Stroehlein (LC) Stephen D. Trahey (EDC) Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt (FC) CHI (Stetson) Edwin Haupt Culver (LC) J. Patrick Figley (OB) Gabriel L. Gehret (LC) Richard Van Ness Ginn (CHV) Peter William Hogue (CHV) Tyler Stefan Johansson (LC) Donald L. Johnson (EDC) Bruce Layton Rogers (S&L) John King Snellings (LC) Michael Joseph Sweeney, Jr. (CC)

Italics indicates deceased

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PSI (Cornell) Robert Treat Chatterton, Jr. (CSC) Gregory J. Della Rocca (FC) James Edward Emig (FC) Gary Robert Fisher (EDC) Jordan Daniel Gorelick (CSC) George Franklin Heinrich (CC) John Stuart Kirk (FOU) Nicholas John Linder (LC) William Fay Newell (OB) Michael John Piscitelli (LC) David Dorr Prescott (FC) Edmund Alfred Sayer (CC) Frank Alexei Sherer, DVM (LC) Harold Eugene Sweeney, Jr. (EDC) Lawrence George Thayer (EDC) Frederick W Thorne (FC) Erwin Arnold Tschanz (GSC) Jason Cory Wright (EDC) W. John Zygmunt, Jr. (FC) OMEGA (Purdue) Jack K. Berlien (CC) James Robert Berlien (EDC) Andrew T. Conlin (EDC) Hugh Michael Flanagan (LC) Brent Allan Grunig (GSC) Bruce Robert Halley (GSC) Thomas William Harzula, Jr. (EDC) Hilton Bruce Henry (GSC) Rikard Eugene Hill (EDC) Stephen Michael Holtsclaw (EDC) William Harrison Hounshell (GSC) David Lee Johnson (CSC) Kevin Eugene Johnson (EDC) Andrew Edward Kotulski, Jr. (CHV) Patrick John Kuhnle (FC) Eldon Luverne Knuth (CSC) David Girdon Lane (OR) Mark Douglas Laurent (CSC) Phillip Amos Leslie (LC) Gregory Vincent Linder (CC) Robert Michael Little (EDC) Glenn Richard Manich (CHV) Eldon Dean Marks (GSC) John Edwin McDonald (FC) Thomas Joseph Miller (GSC) Brian Newell (CSC) Kevin James Ohaver (EDC) Donald Lester Porth, III (EDC) Jack Wesley Powers (FC) Nicholas Peter Prichodko (EDC) Halbert Calvin Smith, Jr. (EDC) Christos Constantinos Ziogas (LC) ALPHA ALPHA (Mercer) Kevin George Berry (GSC) Benjamin Barkley Bush (LC) Douglas B. Clendaniel (EDC) Hollis Clinton Lewis, Jr. (CHV) Thomas Lowndes, III (FC) Charles Robert Melton (EDC) ALPHA GAMMA (Oklahoma) Steve Reed Baldwin (GSC) Brian David Butler (CHV) Michael Tommey Dean (EDC) Jim Hall, III (CC) Jay Kevin Morris (FC) Miles Frederick Symonds (CSC) Raymond Tipton, III (EDC) ALPHA DELTA (Washington) Robert Charles Bux (CC) Jenkins Kang Chan (FC) Vincent James Ferrese (CSC) Matthew Anthony Fidgeon (CSC) Stanley Joseph Gratis (EDC) ALPHA EPSILON (Florida) Robert Reginald Adams (CHV)

Peter Clairmonte Barr (FOU) Bernard Alan Barton, Jr. (LC) David Douglas Boden (OB) John Lavin Broe (GSC) David Michael Cutton (CSC) Edward J. deArcos (EDC) Paul Stewart Enrico (LC) Ord James Fink, Jr. (OB) Thomas Michael Fitzgerald (LC) Armando Ignacio Gonzalez (OR) John Dowd Gornto, Jr. (EDC) Hugh Arthur Gower (FC) Harvey Brent Hammer (EDC) Ira Timothy Hancock (CC) Robert Magnus Halcrow (FC) Murle Eugene Harrison (LC) David William Henn (CC) Christopher Scott Hill (GSC) Michael P. Hill (OB) Thomas Elliott Johnson (GSC) James Richard Kelly (CHV) Elio J. Loi (EDC) Carlos Martinez (CC) Frank Albert McDonald, Jr. (CHV) Robert Wallace McMullen, II (CC) Michael Leo O'Donnell (CC) Roy Traville Olsen (EDC) Robert John Paterno (OR) Kenneth Arthur Perkins (CC) Martin Edward Perkins (FC) Robert James Perry, Jr. (CSC) Howard Wakefield Pettengill, Jr. (LC) Charles Robert Rigl (LC) William Henry Rutledge, Jr. (GSC) Robert Norman Scott (EDC) William Henry Seaver (GSC) Austin Robert Sellers (CHV) Glenn Allen Shapiro (EDC) Michael Alton Stephens (GSC) Michael Lawrence Sullivan (OB) Robert Len Sullivan (LC) Christopher Jeffers Tice, Sr. (LC) Stephen Betts Terp (FC) Robert Barclay Timberlake (OR) Mark Edward Timmes (OB) Toan Xuan Tran (CSC) John Jeffry Wahlen (OB) David Charles Wilkie (CC) Michael David Williams (CSC) ALPHA ZETA (Oregon State) Garry Alan Domnisse (GSC) Robert John Elfers (CC) Charles Rodney Hartsough (LC) Rickey Lee Hug (EDC) Gary Stephen Munn (LC) Gregory Leon Nesbitt, PE (LC) Thomas Deane Patterson (LC) Richard Saunders (CSC) Raymond Carey Terhune (LC) Roger Allen Turner (LC) David Hill Vawter (FC) Steven Harold Westfall (CSC) ALPHA ETA (Samford) Robert Charles Chandler (LC) Reginald Bradley Clay (FC) David Torrence Corey (LC) Jeffrey Steven Darnell (EDC) William Warren Dixon, Jr. (EDC) William McDonald Ford (LC) Robert Ethridge Greene (GSC) James Franklin House (OR) Jack Raymond McDonald (CC) James Edward Purvis (CC) Gilmer Tucker Simmons (EDC) James Michael Smith (CC) Dwayne Kevin Todd (FC) Merle Lindy Wade, Jr. (EDC)

Frank William Brutt (GSC) William Michael Cleary (LC) Brian Robert Connelly (EDC) Robert Alwood Ellis (EDC) Curtis Ward Estes, Jr. (GSC) Scott Edward Evans (GSC) David Conrad Hames (CSC) Eivind Jacob Kolemainen (EDC) Steven D. Lambouris (CHV) Paul Allen Long (LC) Roger Wayne Nelson (GSC) Matthew John Shaheen (FC) Douglas Steven Sutherland (GSC) Donald Earl Viecelli (EDC) Gerald Frank Wajda (EDC) ALPHA IOTA (Auburn) Charles Sanford Blackledge, Jr. (GSC) Lua Reeford Blankenship, Jr. (EDC) John Oswald Christiansen, Jr. (EDC) Troy Ivor Corbin (GSC) David William Erickson (CHV) Ralph Shell Foster, Jr. (FC) Harold Hunter Hartwell (CHV) Tommy K. Hartwell (CC) J. Ernest Johnson (FOU) Nathaniel DeHass McClure, IV (EDC) Louis Allan Reynolds, Jr. (FC) John Robert Richey (EDC) David Gill Scott (GSC) ALPHA KAPPA (Michigan) Kenneth Brian Goldberg (GSC) Douglas Wayne Mikatarian (CSC) Bryce Fabian Peterson (CSC) Jason Robert Prickett (EDC) Patrick Michael Walsh (CC) ALPHA LAMBDA (Mississippi) Dennis Lee Bubrig, II (GSC) Austin McKay Dean (CSC) Matthew Todd Livingston (CSC) William Coleman Loveless (CSC) Justin Kyle Tanner (CSC) Brennan Timothy Trask (CSC) Bradley Pfranger (CSC) ALPHA MU (Penn State) Jason Anthony Borrelli (GSC) Robert William Boyd (CHV) Richard W. Brown, Jr. (EDC) Robert D. Buchwald (LC) Kyle J. Heffner (CSC) Richard Clyde Heim (LC) Timothy Matson (CSC) Nelson Edward Mattern (CHV) Richard Francis McKnight (EDC) Scott DeYoung Myers (EDC) Maurice Paul Ranc, Jr. (LC) ALPHA NU (Ohio State) Jacob Conrad Goodman (CSC) Aaron Willis (CSC)

ALPHA XI (St. John's) Albert Aiello, Jr. (EDC) Louis Thomas Destefano (EDC) Francis Gregory DeVenecia (CSC) Paul Dillon (GSC) Michael Stephen Dito (CSC) Richard F. Groller (EDC) Gerald Carl Holst (GSC) Andrew Lazzaro (CHV) Thomas George May (EDC) John Joseph Molinelli (LC) Albert Robert Muller (GSC) Rino Nori (GSC) Andrew Mark Pappadia (CSC) Antonio Geronimo Quilon (GSC) Richard G. Ramge (EDC) Roy Douglas Sarcona (CHV) Michael Spielzinger (GSC)

LEADERSHIP FUND

Don Earl Walden (EDC) Thomas Manliff Wrenn (GSC)

ALPHA OMICRON (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist (OB) John Alexander Andrews (LC) Brian D. Barringer (EDC) John Robert Bateman (LC) Kelley Arnold Bergstrom (S&L) Delmar Eugene Burkett (LC) James Robert Carson (LC) William Willis Chmelar (EDC) Edward E. Cowger (GSC) Barry Lee Croucher (GSC) Ajay J. Desai (OR) Jeremy Duane Dickinson (FC) Jeremy Galvin (OB) Karl Wendell Griffith (CHV) David Lyle Hancock (EDC) Floyd Lyle Herum (CHV) Trae Michael Hestness (CHV) Konnor Lorenz Hodges (CSC) Kenneth Ray Hook (LC) Benjamin Robert Jones (EDC) Jeremy David Katt (LC) Claire Reed Kelley (CSC) Cary John Knight (CSC) Robert Anderson Lane (FOU) Hubert Mortimer Lattan (FC) Joe Emery Legg, Jr. (CHV) Jay Douglas Lettow (CSC) Emerson Dawson Linney (FC) David Kevin Little (GSC) Alec Daniel Mackay (CSC) Warren Ross Madden (CC) Jackson Moench (CSC) James Burton Moon (FC) Kyle Thomas Morrissey (CSC) Richard Carl Ohrt (LC) Frank Megran Parrish, III (FOU) Gregory Michael Rusk (LC) John Orla Sanderson (EDC) Mark Lynn Stacey (CSC) Blake Patrick Sweeney (CSC) Brett Jon Toresdahl (FC) John Jolly Veak (EDC) Paul Thomas Warsaw (CSC) Quinn Parker (CSC)

ALPHA THETA (Michigan State) Kenneth Gordon Adams (LC) Drew Michael Bartlett (CSC) Thomas Henry Bird (EDC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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ALPHA RHO (West Virginia) Thomas Joseph Begley (EDC) Victor A. Folio (FC) Robert Jesse Laughner (EDC) John Carmen Marano, Jr. (CHV) ALPHA SIGMA (Tennessee) Thomas Henry Banks (LC) Stephen James Evans (EDC) Frank Martin Pugh (EDC) Jon Thomas Rymer (EDC) William T. Sigmon (OB) David Brent Spalding (EDC) James Riley VanFrank, Jr. (LC) ALPHA TAU (RPI) David Dropkin (GSC) Cedric Herbert Dustin, III (LC) Robert Edson Hawkins (LC) Gelston Howell, Jr. (EDC) Steven H. Kaitz (EDC) Edgar Dinsmore Kersey, Jr. (EDC) George Wesley Kirkland, Jr. (LC) John Baptist Margenot, Jr. (GSC) John William McMahon (LC) George Gordon Morgan, Jr. (GSC) David Mark Peter (EDC) Larry Jay Powell (FC) James Frederick Rappolt, Jr. (GSC) Robert Gregory Sidelko (CHV)

Paul R Turgeon (LC) Gordon Barnes Wright (OR) Harry J. Zimmer (EDC) ALPHA UPSILON (Drexel) Robert Douglas Austin (EDC) Thomas E. Berk (FOU) John H. Buhsmer, Jr. (EDC) Barry George Campbell (FC) William Peter Carey (CSC) Samuel John Costa, Jr. (LC) Harold Andrews Cowles (LC)

(S&L) $500,000+ (SUP) $250K — $499K (FOU) $100K — $249K (OR)

$50K — $99K

(OB)

$25K — $49K

(CC)

$10K— $24K

(FC)

$5,000 — $9,999

(LC)

$2,500 — $4,999

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499 (GSC) $500 — $999 (CHV) $250 — $499 (CSC) $1 — $249

Wyn Vaughn Davies (GSC) Joseph Russell Deluca (EDC) Philip Robert Earley (EDC) Walter Lloyd Fawcett, Jr. (CHV) Paul William Gross (EDC) Andrew John Kegel, Jr. (CHV) John Daniel Knoll, Jr. (LC) Michael Francis Lorenzo (CHV) Walter William Lovell (GSC) George Bert Mullin (CSC) Edwin C. Neuman (GSC) Anthony Mario Noce (FC) Lawrence Rice (CSC) Michael Thaddeus Romano (CHV) Robert Joseph Schoenberger (GSC) Joseph Alexander Sheppard (EDC) Walter Keith Sheppard (OB) William Karl Stees (EDC) Darren James Tapp (LC) Robert Francis Thorp, Jr. (GSC) Samuel Allan Wilson, Jr. (GSC) John Marshall (EDC) ALPHA PHI (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Michael Brian Adair (GSC) Christopher John Blanchette (EDC) Ronald George Douglas (GSC) Nathanael Paul Gombis (CC) John Thomas Higgins (EDC) Richard William Hughes (EDC)

Matthew Eric Hunt (OR) Edward William King (GSC) Gregory James Kolb (CHV) Martin Thomas Kotsch (CC) Tomohiro Nozaki (CSC) Kenneth James Peterson (FC) Jack Richard Piper (GSC) Victor Edward Terrana (CHV) Alan Wayne Wendorf (CC) Frederic Walter Widlak (LC) ALPHA CHI (Miami) Stuart Edward Allen (CSC) Michael Conrad Jacobs (CSC) ALPHA PSI (Indiana) Brent Douglas Anderson (FC) Delbert L. Bollinger (GSC) Stephen Allen Boone (GSC) Christian Cooley (GSC) Max Allen Fawley (LC) Rodney Len Gunning (FC) James Patrick Halsey (GSC) Wesley Anthony Huesman (EDC) Joseph Francis Lux (EDC) Kevin Lee McDonald (EDC) Heath Michael Osburn (EDC) Justin P. Patterson (EDC) Terry Lee Russell (CSC)

David Scott Shook, III (FOU) Jefferson Scott Shreve (OR) Lionel Elmer Smith (EDC) Paul "T.J." Sullivan (CC) Everett Calvin Targett (CSC) Fred Falconer Thursfield (EDC) Todd Andrew Waldman (EDC) Brett Edward Baltz (EDC) Gary Louderback, Jr. (EDC) ALPHA OMEGA (Oregon) Steven George Baker (CSC) Donald Dale Lasselle (EDC) Gilbert Bruce Lissy (GSC) Stanley Clark Lynch (LC) Matthew Lee Maitz (CSC) John Christopher Mattson (CSC) Robert Donald Potts (GSC) Frederick L. Streimer (EDC) BETA ALPHA (NJIT) Nicholas Adams (EDC) John R. Albright, PE (EDC) Frederick Becker, Jr. (LC) Edward Leonard Benz, Jr. (CSC) Anthony Castillo (EDC) Richard Victor Comiso (EDC) Louis William Crompton, Jr. (GSC) Stephen P. DePalma (OR) Roger J. Dolida (CHV) Patrick Guerra (LC) Alan Ianuzzi, PE (CHV) Henry P. Karnas, Jr. (GSC) Edward James Klebaur, Jr. (EDC) Lawrence Anthony Kominiak, Sr. (GSC) Karlis Vilis Kopans (EDC) Roger Frederick Kreh (CSC) James A. Krucher (OR) Aivars Edgars Krumins (FC) Karl Kubak (EDC) Richard Michael Labinsky (LC) John Francis Lee, Jr. (CC) Donald Charles Linske (EDC) Anthony Vincent Mangone (CHV) Louis Robert Miceli (EDC) Richard Pedersen (FC) John E. Pugliesi (FC) Richard John Rodrick (LC) David M. White (CC) Francis Joseph Wood (GSC) BETA BETA (Florida Southern) Donald Perry Brown (EDC) Larry Walter Carter (FC) Nicholas Michael Fineo (CSC) Stephen Robert Hemman (GSC) Carl Michael Koch (FC) Michael Roy McKinley (CSC) David Leon Robertson (FC) Theodore A. Scharfenstein (OR) BETA GAMMA (Louisville) James Bryce Grissom (EDC) James Alfred Koshewa (GSC) BETA DELTA (Drake) Robert Albert Cione (CC) Paul Howard Gilman (EDC) James Drach Hornbrook (CC) James Labiak (CHV) Robert Morgan Moody (CC) Kenneth Joseph Piller (EDC) Martin Rudolph Radtke (CHV) Norris Dean Rowland (EDC) James Lee Rutherford (EDC) Bruce Norman Swanson (GSC) Seejo Kora Valacheril (EDC) BETA EPSILON (Missouri) Bradley Allen Barondeau (EDC) Matthew Joseph Basta (EDC) Jerry Monroe Dowell (GSC) William James Gleason, III (EDC) Lyndal C. Grieb (CSC)

Richard Michael Hinds (EDC) John D. Landwehr (CHV) Andrew Dennis McCarthy (FC) Willitt S. Pierce (CHV) Jay Joseph Stuckel (CC) Laurence Gregory Trudell (EDC) Michael Scott Wallace (LC) Kenneth Charles Weyand (GSC) BETA ETA (Florida State) Christopher Michael Anderson (GSC) Thomas Hayes Atwood (CC) Frank Edward Borzen (CSC) Thomas Chandler Brooks (CSC) James Delay Bultman (GSC) Charles Robert Cutajar (FC) Hugo H. De Beaubien (GSC) A. Reginald Dickey, Jr. (EDC) Carlton Richard DiSalvo (CSC) Gilbert Gerald Fernandez (FC) Patrick Michael Heaton (CSC) Guy William Hollingsworth (EDC) Charles Allen Krblich (LC) Steven Jay Louchheim (EDC) Michael Scott Loy (FC) Richard Conrad Lukas (CHV) Charles Willard MacMillin (EDC) James Philip Maloney (GSC) Howard Earl McCall, Jr. (FC) Scott Campbell Middlebrooks (EDC) James Boykin Newman (EDC) James Wilson Newman, Jr. (EDC) Paul Leroy Nichols, III (LC) William Jeffrey Niedenthal (CC) James J. Ryan, Jr. (CSC) Frank Maynard Ryll, Jr. (EDC) Ian Edward Shapiro (EDC) Burnett Stilwell, Jr. (CHV) Norman David Stoddard (EDC) Derby Leonel Ulloa (CHV) Eric Sinclair Wahlen (CC) William Paul Welch (GSC) BETA THETA (Arizona) Samuel Ramsey Andress (LC) Dylan Taylor Boswell (CSC) Charles Edmund DeLeuw, Jr. (GSC) Jake Craig Henderson (FC) BETA IOTA (Toledo) Christopher Edward Barton (EDC) Brock William Bunting (CSC) Robert D. Conley (EDC) Casey J. Cornelius (CHV) Jacob Steven Drees (CSC) Gerald Kelvin Dunaway (EDC) John Leland Eisenmann (CHV) Robert Charles Friess (CC) Zachary Steven Hammersmith (CSC) George Howard Hershman (GSC) Jeffrey Lawrence Huston (EDC) Daniel J. Lucas (CSC) Patrick J. Meehan (CHV) Blake Mielcarek (CSC) Elmer Jay Newness (EDC) William Charles O'Shea, Sr. (GSC) Gene Edward Peterman (EDC) Richard Hobson Smalley, Jr. (GSC) Liam Bruce Stewart (CSC) Kenneth Andrew Sutter (CSC) Lance Allen Talmage (OB) Dennis Craig Thayer (CSC) Mark A. Urrutia (LC) Rick Alan Wodarski (CHV) BETA KAPPA (Georgia State) Donald Williams Clark (GSC) Kenneth John Cribbs (OR) Adam F. Di Giovanni (CHV) Glenn Jackson Johnson (GSC) Donald Elbert Perkins (LC) Edgar Albert Vaughn, Jr. (CHV) John Bryan Whitley (EDC)

Italics indicates deceased

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GAMMA ZETA (West Virginia Tech) Charles Ward Hutzler, PE (EDC) Dennis Clarence Neidert (CHV) Clifton Albert Smith (EDC) BETA LAMBDA (Tampa) Wade G. Birch (EDC) Gary John Cooper (EDC) Ralph Martin Griffin, Jr. (GSC) Don Laughran (EDC) David John Sullivan (LC) Raymond Howard Wagner (GSC) Joseph J. Wessel (EDC) BETA MU (McNeese State) C. Mitchell Adrian (FC) Conner James Coleman (CSC) Paul Eric Cox (GSC) Anthony Joseph Duhon (CSC) Thomas Lenox Gilbert (CSC) Philip Wayne Luckie (CSC) Edwin Martin Potratz, II (LC) Troy Robert Rizzuto (CSC) Richard Bruce Smith (FC) BETA NU (Houston) Serjio Brereda (CSC) David Scott Dalton (LC) Jordon Heath Powell (CSC) BETA XI (Central Michigan) Ryan Thomas Barr (CHV) Larry William Beale (GSC) Derek John Berger (LC) David Earl Clappison (EDC) Dale Robert DeWaard (EDC) Matthew Thomas Eilers (EDC) Spencer Kyle Haworth (GSC) Basil John Lyberg (FC) Jeremy Richard Osborne (GSC) Erick Shane Ray (EDC) BETA OMICRON (Northwestern State) Michael Earl Allain (LC) Wesley Long Breeden (FC) Rodney Lee Clements (CHV) Zackery Maxwell Cockerham (CHV) Shayne Earl Creppel (EDC) Larry Wayne Gracie, PhD (LC) Jacob Drew Guidry (CSC) Dean Lemoine (CSC) William Lane Luckie (EDC) Thomas Alexander Marlbrough (CSC) Jack Parnell McCain, Jr. (EDC) Leo Ernest Murray (CSC) Chris Anthony Prestenback (GSC) Jason Paul Stelly (CSC) BETA PI (Eastern Michigan) Robert O. Schreer (CSC) Laurence William Wilson (CSC) BETA RHO (Clarkson) John Francis Kruse (CHV) BETA SIGMA (Northern Illinois) Richard Albert Nelson (GSC) BETA TAU (Valdosta State) John Thomas Brooks (EDC) James Michael Dowd (GSC) Micah Gremillion (GSC) John Michael Jones (EDC) William Robert Maxwell (GSC) Chet Andrew Mirabal (EDC) Ted Edward Nelson (LC)

BETA UPSILON (Virginia) Walter Hugh Brinkman (LC) John Bagby Browning (LC) John Grant Clifford (FC) Glenn Albert Dickson (CC) James Henry Kessack, III (CSC) Daniel Blaine Kimball, Jr. (CC) Peter Philip Martin (LC) Thomas James Minneman (CHV) Stuart Shepherd Moore (EDC) Charles Lovette Nesbit, Jr. (LC) George Fitzhugh Shipp (FC) Blair Allen Thompson (GSC) Douglas William Varney (CHV) William John Watson, III (EDC) BETA PHI (East Carolina) Dennis Riley Barbour (EDC) Bobby L. Childress (CSC) Lawrence Wayne Haussmann (LC) Jeffrey Fenner O'Geary (GSC) Charles Theodore Wohlnick (CSC) BETA CHI (Texas A&M - Commerce) Kenneth Lee Park (LC) BETA PSI (Tennessee Wesleyan) Norris C. Bishop, Jr. (EDC) Barry Alan Saunders (LC) BETA OMEGA (East Tennnessee State) John Nicholas Boronkay, Jr. (EDC) Jerry Glenn Campbell, Jr. (CSC) David Clifford Evans (FC) William Rhodes Mayes, Jr. (LC) Eugene Willard Smith (GSC) Robert George Yackanin (GSC) Ronald Keith Younger (EDC) GAMMA ALPHA (West Alabama) Jack Sterling Garnett, Jr. (GSC) Jason Payne Jackson (EDC) Seth Campbell Jackson (LC) Brian Jesse Jenrette (GSC) Sean Principe (CHV) Harry Lurton Shiver (EDC) GAMMA BETA (Old Dominion) Joel Allen (GSC) Samuel Francis Bryant (CHV) Philip Clarence Davenport, Jr. (EDC) William Grady Jenkins (EDC) Paul Lester Moses (LC) Matthew St. Claire Parker (LC) Paul Valentine Shebalin (GSC) David Simas (LC) Joseph Collins Van Cleve, III (EDC) G. Thomas White (LC) GAMMA GAMMA (Troy) Vincent Gregory Elio (CSC) Jason Freeman Jones (CSC) Laurence Scott Turrin (LC) GAMMA DELTA (Memphis) Herbert Winfield Blow (EDC) Thomas Lee Carter (OR) Thomas Francis Lynch (GSC) Shawn Emerson Massey (CHV) Jeffrey Nelson Radford (CSC)

GAMMA ETA (Athens) Edward John Cichorek (CSC) Lee Andrew Lemsky (CHV) GAMMA THETA (UNC - Wilmington) Leonard Haywood Harris (GSC) Larry Michael Long (CHV) Henry Cicero Merritt, Jr. (GSC) Richard Holland Powell, Jr. (CHV) Osborne Kirby Walls, Jr. (CHV) William McCaughan Jr (GSC) GAMMA IOTA (LSU) Geoffrey Raymond Beatty (EDC) Michael Glenn Porche (EDC) Blaine Henry Tatje (CSC) GAMMA KAPPA (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall (OB) Roland Martin Berry (EDC) Matthew Burkett (CSC) Charles Patrick Cates (GSC) Lee William Davis (EDC) Alan J. Haley (CSC) Jacob W. Lane (CSC) Scott Bradley McElroy (CHV) Joseph William Odom, Jr. (LC) Jeffrey Bryan Thomason (CSC) Christopher Arthur Wagner (EDC) Michael Ray Woodard (CSC) GAMMA MU (Belmont Abbey) Bolivar D. Green (CHV) Bruce Anthony Martin (CHV) GAMMA NU (LaGrange) Joel Thomas Conway (CSC) Ronald James DeValinger (FC) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola (FC) Ronald Lewis Farr (EDC) Michael Thorp Fay (CHV) Frank Joshua Fenn (CSC) Ryan Oliver Gajda (CSC) Thomas Jern (CSC) James H. Motos (EDC) GAMMA XI (Georgia Southwestern) William Lee Finney (OB) David W. Suppes (LC) GAMMA RHO (Lander) James Ronald Banks (CSC) Jeremy Wyman Inabinet (CHV) James Thomas Lusk (EDC) Louis John Parducci, Jr. (CSC) Barry Carroll Young (EDC) GAMMA TAU (North Texas) John Peter Berney (CSC) Eugene Gordon LeClaire (CHV) Taylor Anthony Lindholm (CSC) Patrick Smith (EDC) Matthew Paul Varnell (GSC) Joshua Todd Williams (EDC) GAMMA UPSILON (Oklahoma State) Gilbert Otis Sanders (LC) Brian David Stanley (EDC) GAMMA PHI (South Alabama) William Deering Breeden, Jr. (GSC) Jeffery Amos Crain (EDC)

Kenneth Paul Hendrix (GSC) William Harold Ishee (GSC) Sean Michael Johnson (CSC) Thomas Burt Peterson (EDC) E. Curtis Weems (LC)

LEADERSHIP FUND

GAMMA EPSILON (Western Carolina) Marvin Davis Cope (LC) Tony Franklin Perkins (GSC) Alexander Raymond Spencer (CSC) Juan Antonio Trujillo (CSC) William Franklin Willis (LC)

GAMMA CHI (Jacksonville) John Walter Stephenson (CHV) GAMMA PSI (Augusta) Alexander Issac Leach (CSC) Allen Christopher Rogers (CSC) GAMMA OMEGA (Montevallo) Robert E Howard, Jr. (GSC) Royce Lamar Lader (EDC) David Elliott Wigginton (LC) DELTA ALPHA (Virginia Tech) Glenn Nolan Byrd (LC) John Nelson Crist (LC) Ryan Scott Heider (GSC) Dale Steven Lewis (LC) Bradford Leigh McDaniel (CSC) Joshua Lee Mensinger (CSC) Randall Nelson Morgan (CSC) Edward Robert Olsen (CSC) Kyle Margolis Pacque (CHV) Sidney Jerome Rosenbaum, IV (CSC) DELTA BETA (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker, Jr. (FC) Donald Covington DuRant, USA (EDC) Christian Anthony Durham (CSC) Victor Cary Eilenfield, MHA (EDC) Jake Elhabbassi (CHV) William Cameron Farris (EDC) Joseph Edward Goletz (GSC) Todd Lee Granger (LC) Jon Garrick Hill (CHV) Matthew Kirkpatrick (CSC) Charles Andrew May (LC) Daniel Judson McCrary (CSC) Donald George Morris (EDC) Richard Pearce Moultrie (GSC) William Thomas Nase (CSC) Steven Bishop Rhoades (CSC) Major P.J. Rodgers (EDC) Jeffrey Randolph Teplis (GSC) DELTA DELTA (Truman State) John Richard Andrews (OR) Charles Jay Barnard (OB) David Lee Ewigman, CPA (EDC) John Oliver Fry (CSC) Nicholas Roger Hart (CHV) David Del Hennings, II (GSC) Steven Andrew Louer (CSC) Patrick R. Lucitt (CSC) Patrick Michael Miller (CHV) James Cecil Palmer (EDC) Matthew Edward Ratliff (CHV) Mark Eugene Schell (GSC) James M. Shumake (CHV) Josh Allan Wansing (LC) Vernon Edward Wunnenberg, Jr. (GSC) Michael Richard Zolezzi (LC) DELTA EPSILON (Jacksonville State) Horace Dean Buttram, Jr. (EDC) Barton Loyce Chandler (CHV) Joshua Jay Robinson (CSC) Robert Anthony Stewart (GSC) DELTA ZETA (Appalachian State) Patrick John Danehy (LC) Marc Edward Gmuca (CSC) Bruce Edward Greenland (GSC) David Wayne Huss (EDC) William Earl Maycock (GSC) Steven Edward Miller (EDC) Edwin Ward Norris (LC) Arthur John Quickenton (CC) Gary Russell Sugg (GSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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DELTA ETA (Morehead State) Paul Allen Cantrell (GSC) David Michael Clover (CSC) Anthony James Evans (CSC) Cody Ryan Daugherty (CSC) Glen Alan Greene (CSC) Lawrence Nelson Kindred (CHV) Gregory Lane Kring (EDC) Ethan Neil Martin (LC) Christopher Franklin McCoy (EDC) Tyler Morgan (CSC) Bruce Richard Pommier (CSC) Ronnie Allen Reynolds, II (GSC) DELTA IOTA (Middle Tennessee) Jonathan Edward Campbell (LC) Stephen Lynn Crass (EDC) James Scott Davidson (LC) John Cruse Peden (LC) DELTA KAPPA (UNC - Pembroke) Oliver Linwood Canaday (EDC) DELTA LAMBDA (UNC - Charlotte) Philip Donald Grassmann (CSC) Horace Jenkins Harkey, II (EDC) Michael Alan Haynes (GSC) David Scott Higgins (GSC) William Carroll Jackson, Jr. (FC) William Ralph Kincaid (GSC) Thomas Leiendecker (CHV) Quincy Deland Magby (CHV) Charles Anthony Marus (EDC) William S. Mumford (GSC) Ethan Preston Norman (CSC) Richard Glenn Pope (EDC) Francis Bo Clyde Proctor, Jr. (CC) Terry Alan Reed (EDC) Wyatt Heath Sefranek (CSC) DELTA MU (Methodist) Jeffery Steven Deitz (CSC) DELTA XI (North Alabama) Lawrence Paul Guess (FC) DELTA OMICRON (Nicholls State) Jacques David Frere (GSC) Karl Douglas Hebert (CSC) DELTA PI (Wright State) Bruce Kevin Rockwell (FC) DELTA RHO (USC) Michael Woodward Coen (LC) Robert Vincent Graziano (CHV) Alan Dean Wapner (EDC) DELTA SIGMA (Bowling Green) Alexander Joseph Dudek (CHV) William James Fedele (CSC) Steven Mark Grimm (CSC) James Thomas Karlovec (CHV) Nicholas Alex Kulik (CSC) Christopher Allan Shade (LC) Nicholas Wayne Taylor (CSC)

(S&L) $500,000+ (SUP) $250K — $499K (FOU) $100K — $249K (OR)

$50K — $99K

(OB)

$25K — $49K

(CC)

$10K— $24K

(FC)

$5,000 — $9,999

(LC)

$2,500 — $4,999

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499 (GSC) $500 — $999 (CHV) $250 — $499 (CSC) $1 — $249

DELTA TAU (James Madison) Jerry Philip Keilsohn (EDC) Thomas Brooks Lyles, Jr. (GSC) Kenneth Richard Rand, III (GSC)

EPSILON DELTA (Auburn - Montgomery) Timothy Neal Hatch (GSC) Garland Jackson, Jr. (LC) David Maxwell Smith, Jr. (LC)

DELTA UPSILON (Pittsburgh) Thomas John Kaynak (CHV) Joseph Michael Lanzetta (CSC) James Alan Maochi (GSC) Michael G. Matthias (CHV) Matthew Joseph Michaels (CSC) Kyle C. Miller (CHV) Eric Scott Scerbo (CHV) Paul Woelkers, Jr. (CSC)

EPSILON EPSILON (UVA - Wise) David Wiley Belcher, Jr. (EDC) David Michael Donathan (CC) Chad M. Horvat (EDC) Edward Farthing Leonard (GSC) James William Trullender (GSC)

DELTA PHI (Radford) John Roy Spannuth, III (EDC) DELTA CHI (Kansas State) Dale Wayne Bushyhead (CSC) Steven Clark Hill (CHV) G. Lawrence Keller, III (LC) Kevin Joseph Larson (CHV) J. Timothy Lindemuth (LC) Dylan Royce McKenzie (EDC) Neil Loran Neaderhiser (CHV) Kerry Michael Reed (CSC) DELTA PSI (Texas - Arlington) Jeffery Steven Alexander (FC) William Russell Faulkner (CSC) Mark Franklin Jacobs (OB) Anthony Robledo, IV (CHV) DELTA OMEGA (Texas A&M) John David Babb (GSC) Andrew Harlan Ball (CSC) Brooks Gayle Bradford, Jr. (OB) Alan Joseph Brevard (GSC) Jeffrey Thomas Carnrite (CSC) Michael Wayne Copeland (GSC) William Merrell Davis (CSC) Jason Kirk Dodd (SUP) David Edward Guerra (EDC) Timothy Paul Gutschlag (EDC) John Zane Hasouris (GSC) Michael Anthony Herrera (CHV) Rodney Aaron Hill (EDC) Enos Charles Inniss (EDC) Michael Scott Kearney (CHV) Scott Thomas Kuni (CSC) Edgar Machado (GSC) Jason Mark Mills (EDC) Mark Freeman Munsell (LC) Brian Keith Pinto (GSC) Christopher Robert Stringer (EDC) Thomas Brandon Sullivan (OB) Thomas Gilbert Sullivan (EDC) Jason Edward Ukestad (GSC) Bradley Thomas Wright (GSC) John Morgan (CSC) Douglas Smith (GSC) EPSILON ALPHA (Elon) Michael Gary Bumbry (GSC) Lawrence James D'angelo (LC) Michael Steve Dolianitis (CSC) Patrick Christopher Gallagher (EDC) Trent Royal Gilbert (LC) Jason Robert Kahn (FC) Scott David Leighty (CHV) Joshua Jennings Phoebus (FC) Gregory Chase Rumley (LC) Christian Adam Wiggins (CC) EPSILON BETA (Grand Valley State) Robert David Budlong (CSC) Ted Richard Lukomski (FC) EPSILON GAMMA (Longwood) Justin Gregory Hale (CHV) Dale William Rankin (EDC) Donald Chauncey Sisco, II (LC) Stephen Gray Whitten (CSC)

EPSILON ETA (Winthrop) Michael Davis (CSC) Matthew Steven Hatchell (CSC) Taylor Wayne Jernigan (CSC) Brandon Lloyd (CSC) Jeffrey Allen Mahoney (EDC) Christopher Thomas Murphy (CSC) Thomas James Sacco (EDC) Alexander Robert Salemme (CSC) EPSILON IOTA (UNC - Greensboro) Charles Robert Cote (GSC) David Brantley Craft (LC) James Lawrence Shaw (LC) EPSILON KAPPA (Southern Poly) John Lloyd Diamond (CHV) Michael Lloyd Hubsky (CC) David Lloyd Nelson (LC) James Alexander Ransom (EDC) EPSILON LAMBDA (USC - Upstate) John Walker Brewer (EDC) Rondal Clay Johnson (LC) Michael Anthony Lopez (CSC) EPSILON MU (Bradley) Christopher M. Assise (LC) Patrick Ellis Durbin (CSC) Gregry Thomas Evans (GSC) Ryan Patrick Fasano (EDC) William Furling, III (OR) Drake Allen Grondzki (CSC) Thomas Martin Kopera (FC) James Duffield Sapp (EDC) EPSILON NU (Sacremento State) Stephen Louis Curtis (LC) Robert Eugene Langbein (CC) Daniel Joseph Ragland (CSC) Todd Jeffrey Rehfuss (LC) Cary Bryan Schumacher (CHV) Noel G. Sousa (CSC) EPSILON XI (LaSalle) William Carreras, Jr. (CHV) EPSILON OMICRON (Villanova) Joseph A. Brady, III (FC) Brian Golden (CSC) EPSILON PI (Virginia Commonwealth) Riley Cooper Coron (CSC) Chris Weller (CSC) EPSILON RHO (Lenoir-Rhyne) Kenneth Carson Brown (LC) Ronald Lee Ingram (GSC) William Rudisill Rhyne, Jr. (GSC) Craig Steven Thornburg (EDC)

Brandon James Tudor (LC) Todd Ray Worley (GSC) EPSILON PHI (UAB) Donald Patrick Limbaugh (CHV) EPSILON CHI (Denver) Carter L. Steer (CSC) EPSILON PSI (Slippery Rock) Ralph W. Asplen (CSC) David James Conn (CC) Andrew Hunter Hartwell (EDC) Andrew Edward Hlavsa (CSC) Gregory Eric Moffett (CC) Jerritt Michael Park (LC) Keith Robert Rineer (GSC) EPSILON OMEGA (Texas Tech) Peter Logan Dudley (LC) Gregg Harvey Foster (LC) Kristopher Allen Hanberry (CHV) Jeffrey Vance Ross (CSC) James Thomas Smith (EDC) Gregory Bryan Turner (LC) Nicholas Ryan Turner (EDC) James Alexander Wedding (FC) Robert Emmett Welsh (FC) ZETA ALPHA (Clemson) John Ray Bradford, III (OB) Scott Christopher Gasparini (FC) Matthew Bennett Hodges (CSC) Eric Lee Peterson (CSC) Matthew P. Winter (CSC) Frank Yarborough (LC) ZETA GAMMA (North Dakota) Connor Michael Coughlin (EDC) Steven Andrew Gosnell (CHV) Erik David Granstrom (EDC) Mark Anthony Hobson (FC) David William Kirkland (GSC) Steward Edward Sandstrom (LC) Parry John Schmeichel (EDC) ZETA DELTA (Shippensburg) Steven Troy Merkel (EDC) ZETA EPSILON (George Mason) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus (FC) Eric Hunter Lindenberg (EDC) Timothy John Quick (EDC) ZETA ZETA (North Florida) Michael Joseph Carter (CHV) Sean Patrick Cokeley (GSC) Arnett Hall, II (CSC) James Edward Leano (EDC) Robert Charles Raesemann, Jr. (EDC) ZETA ETA (South Florida) Austin M. Arias (CSC) Justin Alex Lengyel (CHV) Peter Reed Pavan (GSC) Nicholas Charles Russin (CSC) ZETA THETA (Texas - Austin) Timothy Andrew Barton (CSC) Tracy David Maddux (OB) Delbert Douglas Oberpriller, III (LC)

EPSILON TAU (St. Joseph's) Timothy Patrick Curran (CHV) Stephen Michael Mularski (CHV) Thomas Patrick Wilson (EDC)

ZETA NU (West Chester) James C. Ewing (CHV) Joseph Vincent Rizzuto (GSC) John Edward Twohig (CHV) Richard Edward Yoegel (EDC)

EPSILON UPSILON (Georgia College & State) Johnny Ted Cleveland (CSC) Donald Merton Crume (GSC) Wyatt H. Davis (GSC) John Dallas Galli, Jr. (CSC) Paul Frank Sedor, II (LC)

ZETA XI (Averett) Paul David Abbott, Jr. (CSC) Robert Vaughan Alexander (CHV) Michael Todd Blanton (CSC) Cameron Carrico (CSC) Timothy Scott Carter (CHV)

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2018 ETA THETA (San Franscisco) Cosmo Anthony Taormina (FC) Lawrence Wong (CHV) Nelson Edward Wong (GSC)

volunteers who facilitated or served as a keynote speaker

“ Pi Kapp College gave me the tools and guidance I need to be an effective leader in my chapter.”

agreed or strongly agreed that the topics discussed during Pi Kapp College were relevant to the challenges they face in their chapter.

Officer Tracks Leadership Breakouts Exec Council Breakouts leadership tracks offered this year

- Participant

of participants felt prepared prior to attending Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers felt prepared to meet the expectations of their role after attending.

were either satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience at Pi Kapp College

Ladder of Risk facilitators trained:

Number of Chapter Advisors trained:

# of undergraduate chapter officers and key committee chairmen trained in each city

M. Andrew Cervantes (CHV) Brian Keith Cochran (CSC) Michael Alan Cozad (CSC) Justin Andrew Cozart (CSC) Brian Creed (CSC) Steve Crouse (CSC) Damon Lee Edwards (CSC) Andrew Joseph Falciani (CSC) Daniel Victor Farmer (CSC) Derek Steven Forney (CSC) David Forrest (CSC) Steve Forrest (CSC) Harrison Edwin Francis, III (CSC) Bennie Melone Gregory (CSC) Charles Grove (CSC) Kevin James Hamilton (CSC) David W Hillmyer (CSC) James Danley Howard (CSC) Jared Allen Kania (CSC) Val Kortchak (CSC) Andrew Lambert (CSC) Jason LaRocco (CSC) Anthony R. Martinez (CSC) Damian Mcbride (CSC) Derek Scott McGinthy (CSC) Chase William McKinney (CSC) Timothy Montacute (CSC) Keven Wade Moran (CSC) Bernard Robert Morrell (CSC) Steven Newcomb (CSC) Charles Robert Norris, IV (CSC) Chad Michael Ochs (CSC) Tanmay Patel (CSC) Michael A. Pfeifer (CSC) Russell Riddell (CSC) Timothy Craig Schlothauer (CSC) Jason Wayne Short (CSC)

LEADERSHIP FUND

ETA ETA (UC - Irvine) Langley Eugene Ho (LC)

ETA IOTA (Christopher Newport) William Robert Boulden (LC) Timothy David Campbell (LC) Christopher Thomas Conner (LC) ETA LAMBDA (Brockport) Ryan John Giglia (GSC) ETA MU (Wingate) Zachary Lee Broadaway (CSC) Robert Brent Erb (GSC) David Mangum (CSC) ETA XI (SUNY Albany) Damon Jeremy Boyar (CSC) James Modzelewski (CSC) ETA PI (Coastal Carolina) Charles Atlas McCray, III (CSC) David J. Myroup (EDC) Roger Terry Rupert, II (CSC) James Christopher Santore (CSC) Omar Serrano (CSC) Matthew Richard Zellars (GSC) ETA RHO (Texas State) Elias Stephen Aguirre (EDC) Christopher Barrett Anderson (CSC) Chad Christopher Bryan (EDC) Nathan Craig McDaniel (EDC) Andrae Lamont Turner (EDC) ETA SIGMA (ULCA) Joseph Daniel Abeles (CSC) Harsh Parikh (CSC) Todd Arthur Sargent (FC)

James Silvey (CSC) Ryan Vaughn Smith (CSC) Kevin Alan Stewart (CSC) David Lee Stokes (CSC) Daniel W. Tawney (CSC) David Joseph Thomas (EDC) Logan Tucker (CSC) David Michael Venci (CSC) Douglas Earl Vess, Jr. (CSC) James Coleman Washington (CSC) Steven George Wasilewski (CSC) James Patrick Welsh (CSC) ZETA OMICRON (SUNY Cortland) Robert James Oliverio (CSC) ZETA PI (Marshall) Christopher Lee Conley (EDC) Matthew Long Nguyen (CSC) ZETA RHO (Cal State - Fullerton) Ross Calvin McCollum (GSC) Victor Charles Valencia, Jr. (FC) ZETA TAU (Barton) Brian Manley Allen (CSC) Jason Ryan Staley (GSC) ZETA PHI (Colorado State) Jonathan Warren Morreale (CSC) Walter H. Pape, IV (CHV) Benton Jon Stockert (CSC) Mark Gregory Torrez (GSC) ZETA CHI (Albright) Matthew John Osorio (EDC) Daniel James Wrona (EDC)

ZETA PSI (IUPUI) Lance Knowlton Burnside (FC) ZETA OMEGA (Towson) Michael Richard Bertocchi (CSC) ETA ALPHA (Concord) Christopher Lee McGown (LC) Michael Sahlen Spain (GSC) ETA BETA (Indiana State) Eric John Fisher (CHV) Garrett Hamblen (EDC) ETA GAMMA (Colorado) Michael Scott Hartman (FC) Bret Heidemann (FC) Bradley Mills Jensen (LC) Jason C. Pickel (EDC) Stephen Paul Seidel (CSC) ETA DELTA (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett (LC) Robert Donald Evans (LC) Alton Daniel Fortney (GSC) Robert Kevin Henson (GSC) Richard C. Korson, Sr. (CSC) ETA EPSILON (Maryland) Luke Thomas Hernandez (CSC) Ross Wesley Knoblauch (EDC) Ian Allan Rubin (GSC) ETA ZETA (Queens) Brett Pharr Abner, II (EDC) Joseph T. McBride, Jr. (EDC) DeVin Shamar Taylor (CSC)

ETA UPSILON (Miami - OH) Michael E. Kudravetz (EDC) Beau Robert Samples (EDC) Richard Ryan Swensen, III (EDC) Matthew Edwin Wray (LC) ETA PHI (UMBC) Matthew Edward Garono (FC) Eric Wang (CSC) Sahand Yazdanyar (CSC) ETA CHI (Texas Christian) Timothy Ryan Cason (CSC) Jeffrey David Crane, Jr. (GSC) Mark Joseph Curry (GSC) Michael Joseph Fiore (CSC) Benjamin Wade Johns (EDC) Kenneth Joseph Oubre (FC) Benjamin Roman (EDC) ETA PSI (Central Florida) Bryan Scott Elliott (GSC) Richard Raymond Hyman, III (CSC) Robert Michael Woods (CHV) ETA OMEGA (New Mexico State) Jeffrey Merrill Mitchell (CHV) Ruben J. Talavera (EDC) THETA ALPHA (Southern Mississippi) Brandon James Belote (LC) Gerald Graves Buffington (CHV) Bradley Scott Charlesworth (EDC) John William Langley (CC) Stephen Rhea McCay (CSC) THETA BETA (West Georgia) David Warren Condon (CHV) Ronald Michael Lunk (LC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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THETA DELTA (Florida International) Wolfgang Alexis Acevedo (CSC) Bryan Abraham Alvarez (CSC) George Corton (LC) Noel Jesus Guillama (EDC) Phillip Lloyd Hamilton (LC) Jose Manuel Otero (EDC) Jorge Ignacio Triay, Jr. (CHV) Gabriel Armando Villanueva (EDC)

THETA SIGMA (Cal State - Long Beach) Andrew Ryan Carnes (EDC) Coby Welty (CSC)

THETA ZETA (George Washington) Michael Lawrence DiSabatino (EDC) Sean Vincent Hallisey (CSC) Andrew Laird Metcalf (GSC)

THETA PHI (Louisiana Tech) Jared Johnson (CSC) William Solito (CSC)

THETA ETA (American) Justin William Angotti (FC) Andrew Kenneth Danto (CHV) Yazan Amjad Hanouneh (CSC) Bryan William Riley (GSC) THETA THETA (Iowa) Gregory Joseph Buehner (FC) Markus Daniels Goodrich (EDC) Michael Anthony Lee, Jr. (GSC) Jared Justin Norman (CSC) James Kimble Wood (CSC) THETA IOTA (Washington State) Brady Alan Prim (CSC) THETA LAMBDA (Missiouri State) Francis Fred Ahrens (CSC) Adam Blasczyk (CSC) Jake Britton (CSC) Zane Eric Clark (CSC) Zachary N. Cull (CSC) Andrew Tyler Geer (CSC) Jared Allen Grimsley (CSC) William Heideman (CSC) Noah Michael Hendel (CSC) Curt Andrew Herzog (LC) Jared Michael Horman (GSC) Matthew Lucas Mac (CSC) Robert Joseph McCormack, III (CSC) Andrew Blake Sigler (CSC) THETA MU (UMass - Amherst) Nicholas Tyler Julian (CSC) Joseph James Piedrafite (FC) THETA PI (Texas - Tyler) Muhammad Shamyl Bashir (CSC) Shane Conway (CSC) Jeffery Desean Ehimuh (CSC) Martin Hayes McKown, III (CSC) Andrew Shane Miller (CSC) THETA RHO (Western Michigan) Jon Campbell (CSC) Josh Kohnert (CSC) Ryan Francis Mazur-Baker (CSC) Adam Michael Peterson (CSC) Christopher Charles Rettich (GSC) Victor Thien Tran (CHV)

(S&L) $500,000+ (SUP) $250K — $499K (FOU) $100K — $249K (OR)

$50K — $99K

(OB)

$25K — $49K

(CC)

$10K— $24K

(FC)

$5,000 — $9,999

(LC)

$2,500 — $4,999

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499 (GSC) $500 — $999 (CHV) $250 — $499 (CSC) $1 — $249

THETA TAU (High Point) Jeffrey Carl Eidson (CSC) THETA UPSILON (Northern Arizona) Gonzalo Arturo Burneo (CSC)

THETA PSI (RIT) Grant David Batchelor (EDC) Michael Jude McCall (CHV) Emmanuel Perrodin-Njoku (CSC) IOTA ALPHA (Sacred Heart) Matthew Richard Day (CSC) Christian Furio Kanobel (CSC) Nicholas Scozzari (CSC) IOTA BETA (Texas - San Antonio) Santiago Hyslop, III (CSC) Stephen Thomas Kapp (CSC) IOTA EPSILON (Susquehanna) Chad Matthew Hummel (CSC) Gregory Philip Swierzewski (EDC) IOTA THETA (Tennessee Tech) Bryson Kelpe (CSC) Lance Clark McNees (CSC) IOTA KAPPA (Northern Colorado) Nicholas Andrew Atzenbeck (GSC) Patrick John Carlson (CSC) Mark Amadi-Sanez Drum (CSC) IOTA LAMBDA (Quinnipiac) Christopher Michael Aldarelli, Jr. (EDC) Erik Burton Blakney (CSC) Erik D. Cote (EDC) IOTA MU (Arkansas - Fort Smith) Stephen Rannel Bond (CSC) Steven Keith Stone (CSC) IOTA NU (Mississippi State) Alexander Christian Maxwell (CSC) IOTA XI (Texas - Dallas) Gabriel Rene Miller (CSC) IOTA OMICRON (Iona) Andrew Roy Hastings (CSC) Paul George Kokias, Jr. (CSC) Robb Alexander Olivieri (GSC) Thomas Edward Severin (CSC) Cameron Thomas Woods (CHV) IOTA PI (Dayton) Brett Patrick Murawski (CSC) William Luis Perez (CSC) Ragan Tuffey (CSC) IOTA RHO (Westen Illinois) Preston Sammuel Bubb (CSC) Kyle Colson (CSC) Brian Alexander Diaz (CSC) Nicholas Andrew Ebelhack (CSC) Anthony Daniel Fairchild (CSC) Ivan Fernandez (CSC) Parker John Gibbs (CSC) William Joseph Gradle (CSC) Christopher Todd Guidi (CSC) Tyler Earl Hoffman (CSC) Homer Homa (CSC) Tyler Ross Kendall (CSC) Austin Daniel Kopera (CSC) Andrew Victor Kovachevich (CSC) Brandon William Mabrey (CSC)

Robert McClaughry (CSC) Tristan Donald Morrow (CSC) Michael Wade Quigley (CSC) Drew Matthew Raymond (CSC) Joseph Augustus Reinert (CSC) Brady Smith (CSC) Austin Spa (CSC) Frank Steven Vollmer, Jr. (CSC) Ryan Gene Wands (CSC) Robyn William (CSC) Bradley Thomas Young (CSC) Zachary Michael Young (CSC) IOTA SIGMA (San Jose State) Terry Akiru Mincey (CHV) IOTA TAU (Rutgers) Justin Vaughn (CSC) IOTA UPSILON (Florida Gulf Coast) Malik Torres Dillard (CSC) Michael William Mauger (CSC) IOTA PHI (Loyola New Orleans) Connor Joseph Burke (CHV) Daniel Patrick Reidy (CSC) IOTA CHI (Ball State) Kyle Rowles (CSC) Caleb Michael Conley (CSC) Colton Tanner Robbins (GSC) KAPPA ALPHA (Case Western) Austin Amadio (CSC) Cameron Joseph Childers (CSC) Conor Gaffney (CSC) Justin Steven Marks (CSC) Brian Michael Parro (CSC) Roston Alexander Shore (CSC) KAPPA DELTA (Florida Atlantic) Cesar Andres Farro (CSC) John Przygocki (CSC) Camilo Restrepo (CSC) Luke McKay Turner (CSC) KAPPA EPSILON (Stony Brook) Justas Klimavicius (CSC) KAPPA ZETA (Maine) William Knight Alexander (CSC) KAPPA ETA (SUNY Geneseo) Michael Quinn Harvey (CSC) KAPPA IOTA (Idaho) Ethan Christopher Ennis (CSC) Justin Daniel Horne (CSC) Andrew Castillo (CSC) KAPPA KAPPA (New Mexico) Aidan Allen Holcomb (CSC) Diego Martin Trujillo (CSC) KAPPA LAMBDA (Wisconsin) William Jared Pechous (CSC) KAPPA MU (UC - Merced) Frank John Volpa (CSC) KAPPA NU (Sonoma State) Bryen Edward Mariano (CSC) Ronald Apolonio Rivera (CSC) Troy Joseph Strickland (CSC) KAPPA XI (DePaul) Andrew Geoffrey Block (CSC) Matthew Cesar Sanchez (CSC) Michael William Zografos (CSC) Southern Illinois Parker Joseph Moses (CSC)

Members-At-Large Greg Figlia (CSC) Friends of the Fraternity Katelyn Andrews (CSC) Kathy Baker (CSC) Chelsea Ball (CSC) Amory Baril (CSC) Abigail Beck (CSC) Dorothy W. Brady (CSC) Adam Brown (CSC) Deann Brunke (CSC) Antonio Burgess (CSC) Katherine Burns (CSC) Francesca Chaba (CSC) Carrie G. Clifford (EDC) Carolyn J. Cline (LC) Diana Coyle (CSC) Linda H. Deftos (EDC) Colleen Drazen (CSC) Allison J. Foster (EDC) Cotelia Fulcher (CHV) Jon Gallas (CSC) J. Corey Gant (CSC) Janice Gates (CSC) Meghan Elise Gibson (GSC) Riley Gober (CSC) Patricia Goetz (GSC) Sheri Goldsmith (CSC) Mary Hair Graham (CSC) Vicky Halsey (CSC) Lori Hart, Ph.D. (FC) Maria Hawing (CSC) Carmen Hendel (CSC) Hara Henshell (CSC) Dianne M. Hernandez (EDC) Victoria Hill (CSC) Marc Hillmyer (CSC) Teresa Hoglund (CSC) Byron Hughes (CSC) Jessica Hunter (CSC) Brooke Kingsley Isbell (CSC) Susan Jayne (CSC) Kathryn Kauffman (CSC) Melissa Kish (CSC) Joe Kiss (CSC) Zach Lafferty (CSC) Mary Beth Lane (CSC) Susan Logan (CSC) Carol Manzo (CSC) Jim Marascio (CSC) Kori McElroy (CSC) Joslyn Michelle Logan McGriff (CHV) Courtney L. McKenna (EDC) Michael McPhee (CSC) Denise Nelson (LC) Randy Peterson (EDC) Letrishia Robinson (CSC) Lucille Ann Roener (CSC) Stephen Schneider (CSC) Timothy Schug (CSC) Bonny Shade (CSC) Todd Shelton (EDC) Amy Simon (CSC) Statefarm (CSC) Carolyn Stella (GSC) Greg Street LLC (CC) Cara Stuckel (CHV) Claire P. Stuckel (CHV) Stephanie Theis (CSC) Chad Van Buren (CSC) Erwin Villegas-Voreck (CSC) David Wallace (FC) Naomi Wands (CSC) Robert Weitzner (CSC) Rachel Westra (EDC) Barbara Williams (CSC) James Alan Wimmer (CHV) Elizabeth Wojcik (CSC) Dianne Woody (EDC) Lindsay Wright (CSC) AmazonSmile (CSC)

Italics indicates deceased

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THE KROEG SOCIETY The Kroeg Society recognizes brothers and friends who invest in the success of Pi Kappa Phi through unrestricted, annual gifts totaling $1,000 or more each year to the Leadership Fund. *Asterisks denotes Common Loyalty Campaign donor

ALPHA (College of Charleston) David Harold Jaffee* Benjamin Mallard Phelps* Richard Burke Voorneveld* BETA (Presbyterian) Andrew Gregory Elam, II* Clinton Edward Massey SIGMA (South Carolina) Walter Hays Pickens, III* Walter Hays Pickens, Jr.* DELTA (Furman) Peter John Manning Donald Alan Miller ZETA (Wofford) Mark O’Neill Bundy* ETA (Emory) John Charles Nix, Jr. IOTA (Georgia Tech) J. Terry Dewberry* Kenneth Glenn Scott* KAPPA (UNC – Chapel Hill) William Stuart Hicks* LAMBDA (Georgia) McHenry Hamilton, III MU (Duke) Anders William Hall* Frank Thomas Wrenn, III* XI (Roanoke) Edward Lyons Corson, II* Dudley Foster Woody* OMICRON (Alabama) Robert Nathan Hightower* A.J. Lonnie Strickland, III* UPSILON (Illinois) Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt* CHI (Stetson) Bruce Layton Rogers* Michael Joseph Sweeney, Jr.* PSI (Cornell) James Edward Emig Frederick W. Thorne OMEGA (Purdue) Jack K. Berlien* Kevin James Ohaver* ALPHA ALPHA (Mercer) Benjamin Barkley Bush* Thomas Lowndes, III ALPHA GAMMA (Oklahoma) Jim Hall* Jay Kevin Morris ALPHA DELTA (Washington) Jenkins Kang Chan* ALPHA EPSILON (Florida) Ira Timothy Hancock* Robert John Paterno* Christopher Jeffers Tice, Sr. Mark Edward Timmes*

ALPHA ZETA (Oregon State) Robert John Elfers

BETA XI (Central Michigan) Basil John Lyberg*

ALPHA ETA (Samford) James Franklin House* James Edward Purvis* James Michael Smith*

BETA OMICRON (Northwestern State) Shayne Earl Creppel*

ALPHA IOTA (Auburn) Tommy K. Hartwell* ALPHA KAPPA (Michigan) Patrick Michael Walsh* ALPHA OMICRON (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist* John Alexander Andrews* Kelley Arnold Bergstrom* Ajay J. Desai* Jeremy Galvin* Jeremy David Katt* Frank Megran Parrish, III* ALPHA SIGMA (Tennessee) William T. Sigmon* ALPHA TAU (RPI) Larry Jay Powell Gordon Barnes Wright ALPHA UPSILON (Drexel) Thomas E. Berk* Barry George Campbell Anthony Mario Noce*

BETA UPSILON (Virginia) Walter Hugh Brinkman* John Grant Clifford* Glenn Albert Dickson* Peter Philip Martin* GAMMA BETA (Old Dominion) G. Thomas White GAMMA DELTA (Memphis) Thomas Lee Carter* GAMMA KAPPA (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall* GAMMA NU (LaGrange) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola* GAMMA PHI (South Alabama) Jeffery Amos Crain DELTA ALPHA (Virginia Tech) Glenn Nolan Byrd Dale Steven Lewis DELTA DELTA (Truman State) John Richard Andrews* Charles Jay Barnard*

ALPHA PHI (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Nathanael Paul Gombis*

DELTA ZETA (Appalachian State) Arthur John Quickenton*

ALPHA PSI (Indiana) Brent Douglas Anderson* David Scott Shook, III* Jefferson Scott Shreve*

DELTA ETA (Morehead State) Ethan Neil Martin*

BETA ALPHA (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma* John Francis Lee, Jr.* Richard Pedersen* BETA BETA (Florida Southern) Theodore A. Scharfenstein* BETA DELTA (Drake) Robert Albert Cione* Robert Morgan Moody* Seejo Kora Valacheril BETA EPSILON (Missouri) Matthew Joseph Basta* Andrew Dennis McCarthy* Michael Scott Wallace* BETA ETA (Florida State) Thomas Hayes Atwood* Charles Allen Krblich Michael Scott Loy*

DELTA LAMBDA (UNC – Charlotte) Francis Bo Clyde Proctor, Jr.* DELTA XI (North Alabama) Lawrence Paul Guess

EPSILON PSI (Slippery Rock) Gregory Eric Moffett* EPSILON OMEGA (Texas Tech) Gregg Harvey Foster* ZETA ALPHA (Clemson) John Ray Bradford, III* Frank Yarborough ZETA GAMMA (North Dakota) Mark Anthony Hobson ZETA THETA (Texas – Austin) Tracy David Maddux* ZETA CHI (Albright) Daniel James Wrona* ZETA PSI (IUPUI) Lance Knowlton Burnside* ETA ALPHA (Concord) Christopher Lee McGown ETA GAMMA (Colorado) Michael Scott Hartman* Bradley Mills Jensen* ETA ETA (UC – Irvine) Langley Eugene Ho* ETA IOTA (Christopher Newport) William Robert Boulden* Christopher Thomas Conner* ETA SIGMA (UCLA) Todd Arthur Sargent* ETA UPSILON (Miami – OH) Matthew Edwin Wray*

DELTA SIGMA (Bowling Green) Christopher Allan Shade*

THETA ALPHA (Southern Mississippi) Brandon James Belote* John William Langley

DELTA PSI (Texas – Arlington) Jeffery Steven Alexander*

THETA BETA (North Georgia) Ronald Michael Lunk*

DELTA OMEGA (Texas A&M) Brooks Gayle Bradford, Jr.* Thomas Brandon Sullivan*

THETA DELTA (Florida International) George Corton* Noel Jesus Guillama* Phillip Lloyd Hamilton*

EPSILON ALPHA (Elon) Joshua Jennings Phoebus* EPSILON IOTA (UNC – Greensboro) David Brantley Craft* EPSILON KAPPA (Southern Poly) Michael Lloyd Hubsky

BETA THETA (Arizona) Jake Craig Henderson*

EPSILON LAMBDA (USC – Upstate) Rondal Clay Johnson

BETA IOTA (Toledo) Jeffrey Lawrence Huston

EPSILON MU (Bradley) Christopher M. Assise Ryan Patrick Fasano William Furling, III* Thomas Martin Kopera*

BETA LAMBDA (Tampa) David John Sullivan*

EPSILON NU (Sacramento State) Robert Eugene Langbein* Todd Jeffrey Rehfuss*

THETA THETA (Iowa) Gregory Joseph Buehner* THETA LAMBDA (Missouri State) Curt Andrew Herzog* THETA MU (UMass – Amherst) Joseph Joe Piedrafite* IOTA LAMBDA (Quinnipiac) Christopher Michael Aldarelli* FRIENDS OF THE FRATERNITY Carol S. Harper Lori Hart* Denise Nelson* David Wallace*

Italics indicates deceased

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HONORARY & MEMORIAL GIFTS The following members and friends made a gift to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in memory or in honor of a brother, loved one or friend in 2017

HONORARY GIFTS

MEMORIAL GIFTS

In honor of Richard Guggolz Thomas Brooks Lyles

In honor of Zachary Miller Donald Alan Miller

In memory of Spencer E. Harper, Jr. Carol S. Harper

In memory of Nicolas G. Evans John Carmen Marano, Jr.

In honor of William Peterkin, IV David Harold Jaffee

In honor of Lillian Kreh Roger Frederick Kreh

In memory of Joseph Anchundia Justin Gregory Hale

In memory of Michael D. Mynatt Jon Thomas Rymer

In honor of Philip Blacklocke Thomas Lucht

In honor of Edward Bachmeyer, Jr. Robert D. Conley

In memory of Gilbert Hill James Alexander Ransom

In memory of Peter A. Jensen Louis Robert Miceli

In honor of Ronald Osbourne Thomas Lucht

In honor of Robert A. Schwartz Larry William Beale

In memory of John Whaley David Harold Jaffee

In memory of David K. Michael Charles Willard MacMillin

In honor of Gary Jones Lawrence Nelson Kindred

In honor of Peter Van Cleve Joseph Collins Van Cleve, III

In memory of Ronald Penny Alvin Williford Daughtridge

In memory of John G. Shiley Charles Allen Krblich

In honor of Durward W. Owen Ian Baker William James Gleason, III Robert Fredrick Inman William Fay Newell

In honor of Homer G. Cooper Tony Franklin Perkins

In memory of Clyde McSpadden Robert Anthony Stewart

In memory of David B. Martin Jeffrey Fenner O’Geary

In honor of James M. Corcoran Henry Cicero Merritt, Jr.

In memory of Jabe Hardee William Earl Maycock

In memory of Ernest Sanders Barry Alan Saunders

In honor of Napoleon Leano James Edward Leano

In honor of Edward Bachmeyer, Jr. Robert D. Conley

In memory of John Stafford, Jr. Durward Warren Owen

In memory of Joseph E. Alexander Harry Lurton Shiver

In honor of M.E. & M.A. Bayne James Manuel Bayne

In honor of Ronnie E. Williams Roland Martin Berry

In honor of Mark E. Timmes William Fay Newell

In honor of Allen Stuart Lee William Davis

In memory of Allen Oat Woody, III Robert George Gray James Sylvester Stump, Jr. Dianne Woody

In memory of Scott N. Haff William Lee Finney Shawn Emerson Massey

In honor of David Corey William Fay Newell

In honor of Scott R. Lawrence Christopher Arthur Wagner

In honor of Michael Davis William Fay Newell

In honor of J. Patrick Figley Don Laughran

In honor of Patrick Kuhnle William Fay Newell

In honor of Mark Adamson Janet K. Adamson

In honor of John Pugliesi William Fay Newell

In honor of Noah Hendel Andrew Blake Sigler

In honor of Brandon Sorensen William Fay Newell

In honor of Darrick Turner Tyler Morgan

In memory of Benjamin Alexander Kozuch Spencer Kyle Haworth

In honor of Paul Grew Michael Alton Stephens

In honor of Jacob A. Epperson Benton Jon Stockert

In memory of Charles Tyler Michael John Trainor

In honor of Ronnie Simms Robert Ethridge Greene

In honor of David S. Warner Brock William Bunting

In memory of Dennis Connelly Brian Robert Connelly

In honor of Chad Klauser Merle Lindy Wade, Jr.

In honor of Brennan T. Trask William Coleman Loveless

In memory of John W. Legg Joe Emery Legg, Jr.

In honor of Bobby Townes James G. Mattos

In honor of Wesley L. Breeden Cody Ryan Daugherty

In memory of Lumir Dostal Karl Wendell Griffith

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In memory of Terrie McKinnie Wyatt Harrison Davis In memory of Robert Wilcox William Fay Newell In memory of Albert P. Brown William Fay Newell In memory of John Chapman Andrew Edward Kotulski, Jr.

In memory of Tom Duckett James H. Motos In memory of Bob Smith J. Michael Walker In memory of Charles O. Moka, Jr. Cotelia Fulcher In memory of Stephen M. Deftos Linda Deftos In memory of Harry F. Roener Lucille Roener In memory of Michael J. Severino Liam Bruce Stewart In memory of Lawrence Mark Stella Carolyn Stella In memory of Jason R. Tirado Nicholas Charles Russin

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GATEWAY SOCIETY

For more information about making a planned gift or to make your commitment, please contact Foundation Director Chris Conner at cconner@pikapp.org or (704) 504-0888.

12,000, not just 12.

We are proud to represent the trustees of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation and to serve as the co-chairs of the “Make Your Mark” estate gifts capital campaign.

Young men in fraternities are more prepared and have more everyday structure and guidance than men who don’t have fraternity, if we have the critical resources to support them.

We are passionate about the outcomes and the facts: Fraternity is proven to transform the lives of college men, and to build capacity for teamwork, leadership, civic service and career success.

Pi Kappa Phi has more men, more chapters and a larger average chapter size than ever in our history. What comes next truly counts. Are you ready to Make Your Mark?

Make Your Mark Campaign co-chairmen: J. Ernest Johnson Thomas E. Berk David Scott Shook, III

The Gateway Society recognizes individuals who include the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in their estate plans.

Alpha (College of Charleston) Daniel Bradford Barry David Harold Jaffee Jason Andrew Schall Richard Burke Voorneveld Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Robert L. Whelan Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) William Stuart Hicks Lambda (Georgia) James Luther Lester, IV Thomas Philip Tappy David Ernest Tidmore Xi (Roanoke) Edward Lyons Corson, II Reginald Whitten Gravely, Jr. Durward Warren Owen Dudley Foster Woody Omicron (Alabama) George Kyser Greene Robert Nathan Hightower Travis Porter Julian A.J. Lonnie Strickland, III

Omega (Purdue) David Lee Johnson David Girdon Lane

Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Christopher John Blanchette Bryan David Schott

Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Jamey Rickey Porter

Alpha Psi (Indiana) David Scott Shook, III T.J. Sullivan

Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Jim Hall, III Jay Kevin Morris Alpha Delta (Washington) Stanley Joseph Gratis Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Albert Eben Luer Michael Leo O'Donnell Mark Edward Timmes Alpha Eta (Sanford) Gerald W. Matthews Alpha Theta (Michigan State) George Winfield Pardee, Jr. Alpha Iota (Auburn) Charles Sanford Blackledge, Jr. J. Ernest Johnson

Alpha Omega (Oregon) Dade MacDonald Wright Beta Alpha (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma James A. Krucher Louis Robert Miceli Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Theodore A. Scharfenstein William Jeffrey Wallace Robert Maxwell Weitzner

Zeta Xi (Averett) Peter Allen Blum, Jr.

Gamma Gamma (Troy) Christopher Carl Nelson

Delta Chi (Kansas State) J. Timothy Lindemuth

Zeta Upsilon (Bloomsburg) Paul Willey Hadzor, III

Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall Perry W. Buffington Patrick Oren Manning

Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Mark Franklin Jacobs

Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) James Eric Jeffares

Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Thomas Brandon Sullivan

Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Ronald James deValinger

Epsilon Kappa (Southern Poly) James Alexander Ransom

Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) Eric Charles Hammer

Beta Eta (Florida State) Christopher David New Jonathan E. Stevens

Gamma Omega (Montevallo) R. Jeffery McGhee Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Jonathan Argyle Barney

Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Timothy Edward Haen Benjamin Scott Shae

Delta Delta (Truman State) John Richard Andrews

Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Jacob Lawton Carter, III

Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Arthur John Quickenton

Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus James Halleck Perkins, Jr.

Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Mark Edward Perrin

Upsilon (Illinois) Michael A. Lowery J. Gunnar Schalin Phillip Stiles Whipple

Alpha Mu (Penn State) Kevin Keith Murphey

Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Jeffrey Dean Braise

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Kelley Arnold Bergstrom Jeremy Galvin Frank Megran Parrish, III

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Douglas E. Barnett

Psi (Cornell) Richard Samuel Shull

Delta Tau (James Madison) Earle Morse Copp, III

Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Roger Lee Reed

Beta Gamma (Louisville) Ronald E. Krebs

Rho (Washington & Lee) Richard G. Anderson

Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Thomas E. Berk Richard Nevin Mensch

Zeta Lambda (Cal State - Chico) Arden Thorvald Anderson, II

Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) Benjamin Gabriel Croxton William Lee Finney

Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Kenneth John Cribbs John Bryan Whitley

Chi (Stetson) Stephen Andrew Kilpatrick Bruce Layton Rogers Michael Joseph Sweeney, Jr.

Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Craig Lee Anderson John Patrick Babel

Beta Phi (East Carolina) Douglas Lee Littiken

Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Walter Hugh Brinkman Glenn Albert Dickson George F. Shipp

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Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) James Scott Davidson Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Matthew Steve Brown Michael Jason Grass William Clarence Jackson, Jr.

Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Steven Talmadge Kirkman Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) Matthew Philip Stuart

Eta Rho (Texas State) Andrae Lamont Turner Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) John Edward Bezou, Jr. John William Langley Theta Delta (Florida International) Christopher Brett Chong Alain David Sanchez Theta Eta (American) Carlos Santiago Ramirez Theta Nu (Delaware) Paul Edward Parker Theta Xi (Arizona State) Wayne Royce Unger

Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Jesse Carlton Crimm Zeta Kappa (Richard Stockton) Franco Felice Catania

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NU PHI SOCIETY Members of the Nu Phi Society make an annual gift to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation based on the number of years they have been an initiated brother. Eligibility for the Nu Phi Society is restricted to those brothers who have attended five Supreme Chapters, been inducted into the Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame or named Mr. Pi Kappa Phi. The list below shows those who fulfilled their Nu Phi obligations and remained current in 2017.

Alpha (College of Charleston) Robert William Marlowe Beta (Presbyterian) Andrew Gregory Elam II Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Daniel James Bosshart Steven Scott Ryder Sigma (South Carolina) Mark Adamson Jerry Thomas Brewer Walter Hays Pickens, Jr. Walter Hays Pickens, III Zeta (Wofford) Mark O’Neill Bundy Iota (Georgia Tech) Michael Vincent Cowan Parker Holmes Petit Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Marvin Spencer Hackney William Stuart Hicks J. Councill Leak Mu (Duke) Frank Thomas Wrenn, III Xi (Roanoke) Edward Lyons Corson, II Durward Warren Owen James Sylvester Stump, Jr. Dudley Foster Woody Omicron (Alabama) Robert Nathan Hightower A.J. Lonnie Strickland, III Upsilon (Illinois) J. Gunnar Schalin Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt Chi (Stetson) J. Patrick Figley Gabriel L. Gehret Bruce Layton Rogers Michael Joseph Sweeney, Jr. Psi (Cornell) John Stuart Kirk Nicholas John Linder William Fay Newell Omega (Purdue) Thomas William Harzula, Jr. Patrick John Kuhnle David Girdon Lane Gregory Vincent Linder Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Benjamin Barkley Bush

Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Ira Timothy Hancock Robert John Paterno Mark Edward Timmes John Jeffry Wahlen Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) David Hill Vawter Alpha Eta (Samford) David Torrence Corey James Michael Smith Dwayne Kevin Todd Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Matthew John Shaheen Alpha Iota (Auburn) Ralph Shell Foster, Jr. Tommy K. Hartwell J. Ernest Johnson Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist John Alexander Andrews Kelley A. Bergstrom Jeremy Galvin Robert A. Lane Emerson Dawson Linney Warren Ross Madden Frank Megran Parrish, III Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) William T. Sigmon Alpha Tau (RPI) Gordon Barnes Wright Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Anthony Mario Noce Joseph Alexander Sheppard Walter Keith Sheppard

Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Richard Michael Hinds Andrew Dennis McCarthy Jay Joseph Stuckel Beta Eta (Florida State) Thomas Hayes Atwood Michael Scott Loy Paul Leroy Nichols, III William Jeffrey Niedenthal Richard Glenn Pope Beta Theta (Arizona) Jake Craig Henderson Beta Iota (Toledo) Mark A. Urrutia Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Kenneth John Cribbs David Richard DeMarco Beta Lambda (Tampa) Joseph J. Wessel Beta Mu (McNeese State) C. Mitchell Adrian Richard Bruce Smith Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Derek J. Berger Basil John Lyberg Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Wesley Long Breeden David Dwight Morgan, Sr Beta Tau (Valdosta State) Chet Andrew Mirabal Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Joseph L. Alexander

Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Nathanael Paul Gombis

Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) David Simas

Alpha Psi (Indiana) Max Allen Fawley T.J. Sullivan Todd Andrew Waldman

Gamma Gamma (Troy) Laurence Scott Turrin

Beta Alpha (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma James A. Krucher John Francis Lee, Jr. John E. Pugliesi Anthony Castillo Patrick Guerra David M. White Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Theodore A. Scharfenstein Beta Delta (Drake) Robert Albert Cione

Gamma Delta (Memphis) Thomas Lee Carter Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola

Delta Delta (Truman State) John Richard Andrews Charles Jay Barnard Josh Allan Wansing Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) Jonathan Edward Campbell James Scott Davidson John Cruse Peden Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) William Carroll Jackson, Jr. Francis Bo Clyde Proctor, Jr.

Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) William Lee Finney

Delta Chi (Kansas State) G. Lawrence Keller, III J. Timothy Lindemuth

Delta Beta (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker, Jr. Todd Lee Granger William Cameron Farris

Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jason Kirk Dodd Thomas Brandon Sullivan

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Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Trent Royal Gilbert Gregory Chase Rumley Christian Adam Wiggins Epsilon Epsilon (UVA - Wise) David W. Belcher, Jr. David Michael Donathan Chad M. Horvat Edward Farthing Leonard James William Trullender Epsilon Lambda (USC - Upstate) John Walker Brewer Epsilon Nu (Sacramento State) Robert Eugene Langbein Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Joseph A. Brady, III

Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David James Conn Andrew Hunter Hartwell Gregory Eric Moffett Jerritt Michael Park

Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Mark Gregory Torrez

Eta Sigma (ULCA) Todd Arthur Sargent

Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Victor Charles Valencia, Jr.

Eta Phi (UMBC) Matthew Edward Garono

Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Peter Logan Dudley James Alexander Wedding Robert Emmett Welsh

Eta Gamma (Colorado) Michael S. Hartman Bret Heidemann

Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Benjamin Wade Johns Benjamin Roman

Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Scott Christopher Gasparini

Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett Robert Donald Evans

Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Brandon James Belote Bradley Scott Charlesworth

Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus

Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Christopher Thomas Conner

Theta Eta (American) Justin William Angotti

Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Robert Charles Raesemann, Jr.

Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) James Daniel Dukes, Jr.

Theta Theta (Iowa) Gregory Joseph Buehner

Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Tracy David Maddux

Eta Rho (Texas State) Andrae Lamont Turner

Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Curt Andrew Herzog

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SUPREME CHAPTER

THE 56TH SUPREME CHAPTER JULY 26–29, 2018 THE FOLLOWING candidates have been endorsed by the Nominating Committee as the official slate of officers for the 56th Supreme Chapter in Chicago. Each individual is listed with the office for which he has been nominated. These men and any others successfully nominated from the floor will be voted on at Supreme Chapter. 

To register or for more information about our nominees, visit

JEREMY GALVIN

WILLIAM SIGMON

JAMES SMITH

ALAN DUESTERHAUS

National President-Elect

National Vice President/

National Treasurer

National Secretary

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

President -Elect Nominee

Nominee

Nominee

Alpha Sigma (Tennessee)

Alpha Eta (Samford)

Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)

JOE BRADY

DAVID COREY

MICHAEL LOY

National Historian

National Chaplain

National Chancellor

Nominee

Nominee

Nominee

Epsilon Omicron (Villanova)

Alpha Eta (Samford)

Beta Eta (Florida State)

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THIRTY YEARS OF SHARED EXPERIENCES IN NORTHWEST OHIO

BY JUST I N H O R N E & C HR I S S HAD E

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FOR MORE THAN FOUR DECADES, Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience have created shared experiences between brothers and the people with disabilities we serve while also cultivating relationships with community partners across the country. Although much has changed since 1977, many of those early partnerships continue to provide our brothers with life-changing opportunities to serve those around us. On beautiful wooded grounds in northwest Ohio, Sunshine Communities, an organization dedicated to fostering community among people of all abilities, owns a facility bordering a stream and untouched wilderness. Since 1950, they have served their residents through a commitment to compassion and respect modeled after a “a clean home filled with love.” Just a few years after the founding of The Ability Experience, brothers of Pi Kappa Phi from across northwest Ohio began volunteering and developing friendships with each of the residents. In 1985, Sunshine was granted one of the first play units built by The Ability Experience thanks to the hard work of

the Beta Iota Chapter (Toledo) and Delta Sigma Chapter (Bowling Green). In the late 1980s, outdoor recreation for the residents was often a trip around a busy parking lot or down a rural road without a sidewalk. In the spring of 1993, Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience committed to one of the largest community projects to date: a boardwalk that would enable residents to truly experience the beauty of nature. Over 100 brothers of Pi Kappa Phi from as far away as North Dakota descended upon Maumee, Ohio, that weekend. Their task was simple: construct a boardwalk to allow the Sunshine residents to enjoy the grounds. As the weekend wore on, the weather became brutal. During dinner Saturday night, a torrential downpour began. As sheets of rain fell from the sky, the brothers rallied together and pressed on. “I just remember that night in spotlights and the pouring rain, you could hear dozens of hammers and the guys were singing ‘You Are My Sunshine,’” said Executive Director Emeritus of The Ability Experience Ken Kaiser. As the sun rose Sunday morning, the first starandlamp.com


rays of dawn brought light and warmth to the true accomplishment of those men present. Not only did the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi complete 2,000 feet of boardwalk, but they also built a number of gazebos around the Sunshine property. For the first time since the founding of Sunshine Communities, 500 residents could finally experience the tranquil beauty of the world around them.

Two decades later, on a cold Saturday morning in April 2017, a team of brothers once again arrived in Maumee for Ability Camp. Just a few months before, another team of brothers spent their weekend removing the parts of the original

boardwalk damaged by a winter storm that caused flooding and freezing in the area. Over 60 brothers of Pi Kappa Phi and 200 additional volunteers spent their weekend reconstructing a half-mile of boardwalk and ensuring it was raised above the floodplain that caused the original damage. “Pi Kappa Phi has completed projects over the last 30 years that have helped expand what our residents are able to do here,” said Debbie Fallon, Volunteer Coordinator at Sunshine. “We don’t have a large enough staff to complete these projects on our own, so their help has been incredible. Just as importantly, they’re regular volunteers, coming out for friendship visits and dance parties. Whenever we’ve needed someone, they’re always a phone call away”. Over the course of 2017, Ability Camps across the United States provided over 600 brothers of Pi Kappa Phi the opportunity to develop into servant leaders through shared experiences with people with disabilities. So far this year, The Ability Experience is on track to complete a record-breaking 20 Ability Camps across the country and abroad.

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For brothers across the country, partnerships like Sunshine Communities are an opportunity to transform their time and energy into a lasting impact that goes far beyond mere fundraising dollars. “I helped to build the original boardwalk back in 1993, and I remember the pride we took in making an impact and then seeing the residents and their families being able to experience the outdoors and the creek in a new way,” said Ability Experience board member Mark Urrutia, Beta Iota (Toledo). “Every time I’ve been able to be out at projects like this with Pi Kapps having an ‘Ability Experience,’ I’ve been able to see that same kind of growth that I felt over 30 years ago.” Through a simple construction project, the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi developed lifelong friendships with the residents of Sunshine Communities. Generation after generation, our brothers continue to give back to this incredible organization. From boardwalk extensions to Journey of Hope friendship visits to weekly volunteerism, Sunshine Communities continues to be a bright spot for both Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience. 

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AS I CONCLUDE MY TERM as chair this fall, I stand in awe at the power of Pi Kappa Phi’s commitment to service and using shared experiences to impact the lives of people with disabilities. The primary goal of The Ability Experience’s strategic plan is to ensure that every undergraduate member of Pi Kappa Phi has an Ability Experience experience. We know that if we accomplish this goal we will have a profound impact on the disability community across the country. 2018 was a pivotal year in moving The Ability Experience closer to meeting this goal. We continued our focus on the financial health of the organization, raising $2.7 million. With this increase in funds, we have been able to significantly increase the number of shared experiences year over year. In particular, we saw significant growth in our construction programs and our local chapter volunteer partnerships. The organization has invested resources to localize the mission in order to increase the number of shared experiences across the country. To date, 105 chapters of Pi Kappa Phi have an ongoing chapter relationship with an organization that serves people with disabilities. What I find remarkable, is many of these chapters are volunteering on a regular basis—monthly or more frequently in many instances—which speaks to the quality of men in Pi Kappa Phi. As we look forward to 2019, we have two new programs that are paving the way for additional opportunities for the men of Pi Kappa Phi to be impacted by people with disabilities. Ability Camp Guatemala and the Bergstrom Fellows program will allow undergraduates to have shared experiences over their spring break or summer. We will continue to invest in our construction program and expanding volunteer partnerships to more chapters to gain the life lessons that come along with service learning. I want to thank everyone who brings the mission of The Ability Experience to life. Our goal of ensuring every undergraduate member of Pi Kappa Phi a shared experience is lofty, but we know the men of this fraternity are up to the challenge of showing the world the abilities of all people. 

Cathy Harrison Chair, The Ability Experience

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THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE GIVING  Indicates Pi Alpha

$25,000 — or more

Bruce & Sally Rogers, Chi (Stetson)  KRG Capital Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

$10,000 — $24,999

Kelley & Joan Bergstrom, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) John & Stacy Bolduc Corey & Kim Dillon, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  Ben Kirshner Josh Lundell, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Neil Mishurda, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Bergstrom Foundation Kyle Pease Foundation The Walton Group LLC

$5,000 — $9,999

Brandon Albee, Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Thomas Isabel Bob Lane, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Brian Thompson Florida Powertrain & Hydraulics Inc The Bank of America Charitable Foundation Zeta Zeta Alumni Chapter

$2,500 — ­ $4,999

George Blank Carol Brown Ray Brown Matt & Martine Cady, Eta Lambda (Brockport)  Gregory Cockman Durran Coley Bethany Denlinger Robert Gradle Jake Henderson, Beta Theta (Arizona) Debra Howe Kristin Hutchins Larry Keller, III, Delta Chi (Kansas State)  Mark King Greg Lashley, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Jeff Maziarz, Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Dennis Mccauley John & Christina McDougal Marcella Serrano-Gomez Stephen Servison Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Kirkland & Ellis Llp Microsoft Matching Gifts Program

$1,000 — $2,499

Mark Adamson, Sigma (South Carolina)  Lorna Auerbach Jonah Back, Theta (Cincinnati) Adam Bacon, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Tanner Bacon, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Mike Barnes, Gamma (UC - Berkeley)  Bryan Beaulieu, Eta Psi (Central Florida) Allison Beneke Harry Black Patricia Briones Jim Brodhacker Joshua Brothers, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Linda Burgan Tim Burson Michael Cabrerra Ma. Cristina Cailing Phil Carter Dan Clark, Theta Psi (RIT) Annali Cler

Jeff Colburn, Epsilon Phi (UAB)  Janice Compton Stephen & Shirley Cookston Michael Davis, Psi (Cornell)  Darren Deputy Alan Duesterhaus, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Hani El Shawa Virginia Eschenlohr Adrian Fernandez, Gamma (UC - Berkeley)  Natalie Ferreira Stewart Fisher Christopher Flouhouse, Tau (NC State)  Dan French, Upsilon (Illinois)  Mary Fuller Alyssa Gallion Zelma Gandy Don Sing Michael Genuardi Nolan Gerlach, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Patricia Gheen Mary Gimmy Giancarlo Giusti Melissa Glyman Laurie Goose Terry Graham, Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) Tomer Graziani John Greaves, Jr., Omicron (Alabama) Jeanene Grimes Gregg Guernsey Charles Hamilton Cathy Harrison M.L. Heesch Elizabeth Higbie Dave Homard, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Carolyn Hood Joe Horning Sheryl Howard Tammy Hudson John Hutchison Rashid Iqbal Susan Jayne Traci & John Jendo Tim Johnson, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)  Lisa Jones R. Steven & Julie Kenney Denice Kienbaum Brenda King Colton King Kevin Kirkland Phyllis Kolackovsky Don Lee Phil Leslie, Omega (Purdue)  David Lloyd Basil Lyberg, Beta Xi (Central Michigan)  Marinel Martinez Tammy Matlock Annette McCauley Chris McConnell Jennifer McDonald Thomas McDonald Pat McFeeley, Delta Tau (James Madison) Angus Mcqueen Angela Marshall & Michael Daniel Jared Miljenovic Robert Miller Scott Mills Paul Moore Kyle Muehlstein Robert Neis Chuck Nutt Dan O'Brien John Owen, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)  Bharat Patel Karina & Etienne Patout John Powers Rhoda Press

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Stephen Ramey, Delta (Furman) Michelle Ranelli Anish Ravi John Raymond Doug Rice Michael Rubin Dante' Schembari, Gamma Phi (South Alabama)  Sierra Schopmeyer Kurt Schulenburg, Omega (Purdue) Marilyn Seilkop Cynthia Ann Servison Andrea Shaver William Sigmon, Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) John Sirpilla Caroline Smolkin Sigrid Snider Jessica Soens Candice Sohol Susan Spencer Nick Stoczanyn, Upsilon (Illinois)  Andrew Strasburger, Zeta (Wofford) Kevin Sutherland, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)  Madelene Taub-Chan Kenneth Thompson Sheila Timm Brian Travis Mark Urrutia, Beta Iota (Toledo) Andrew Vaught Susan Virgilio Donna Waechter Matt Walsh, Theta (Cincinnati)  Van D. Weaver Matt Widders, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech)  Rick Wilhelm, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Michael Wright, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Frank Yarborough, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Teresa Zimmerman Bryan Zingg Allstate Foundation AmazonSmile Bolton Sullivan Fund BWX Techno Matching Gifts Program Chipotle Mexican Grill College Auxiliary Services Cushman Family Foundation LTD Delta Delta Delta - University of Miami Doz Charitable Foundation Enterprise Holdings Foundation First Baptist Church Piedmont Frattire LLC Gummakonda Reddy Foundation Inc. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Matching Gifts Program Holliday, Inc Dba Ozzies Intuit Jerry's Bumper Sales Inc. Morgan CFS II Company Phoenix Lodge 123 ProLogis Matching Gift Program Redhawk Grille Saint Patrick Cathedral T. Rowe Price Foundation The GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program The GEO Group Foundation Inc The Rotary Foundation West Toledo Rotary Club Donor Advised Fund The Stone & Holt Weeks Foundation Walter & Judith Rhulen Family Foundation Winthrop University Foundation Woltz Family Charitable Fund

$500 — $999

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Donors are listed by giving level for the 2017 calendar year. This does include gifts to team events and chapter fundraising.


Jose Aquino Jeff Armstrong, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)  JP Aspinwall, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill)  Tim & Ann Cornell Carl Avila Zachary Baldwin James Banks Lori Baze Geoff Beale Frank Beardsley Howard H. Becker Garner Bell, Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Masako Bellinger Evan Best, Epsilon Gamma (Longwood) Mary Jo Blythe Marc & Sheri Bokelman Donald Bollella Romilda Bollella Josephine Bonilla Joel Borellis, Sigma (South Carolina)  Brandon Boyd Susan Boyer Alejandra Buenrostro Phil & Connie Burgan William Busch Jon Bylsma Guide Shack Cafe Laura Carlson Mike Carter, Zeta Zeta (North Florida)  Tom Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis) William & Christine Carter Milton Castillo Spencer Chan, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Gisela Cherches Ken Cilia, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Pam Conrad Vince Cordos Becky Coyne Susan Cring Victoria Cunningham Jeff Daniel John Daugherty-Dixon Karen Davis Oscar De La O Philip Denlinger Eli DeQuiroz, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Laura DeVita Chris Diamantis Leslie Diaz William Dillard Monique Divivier Michael Dobszewicz Jason Dodd, Delta Omega (Texas A & M) Paul Drake, Zeta Lambda (Cal State - Chico) 

Ellen Duke Laurel Dumene Dave Eaton, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  Andrea Edenfield L. J. Ehteridge Warren & Kimberly Elliott John Ferguson Diego Ferradas, Beta Eta (Florida State)  Randi Fishman Doug Fletcher, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Almark Foods Barney Fortunato, III, Theta Nu (Delaware)  Penny Francis David Franklin Matt Franklin, Iota Pi (Dayton)  Christopher French Dan Frenchmore, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  Steven Friedman Kevin Friel Dale Fritz Laura Gaines Scott Gantt Alyssa Gardner Mark Gelman Patrice Gendelman Edward George Mr. & Mrs. Eric Gies Felix Gil, Theta Delta (Florida International)  Corydon Gilchrist Dorin & Amy Gildermaster Mary Ginnaty Anthony Girardi Ray Giudice Byron Givens, Jr., Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Erika Gramer Donna Green Andrea Haas David Halle Sean Hallisey, Theta Zeta (George Washington) Joseph Hardin Cheryl Harris Ronald Hately Mark Hellan Michael Hendel Glenda Hernandez Robert Hicks Elizabeth Hine Daniel Hinton, Omicron (Alabama) Judith Hoban Whitey Holt Jr., Delta Delta (Truman State)  Zach Hom, Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) Walter L. Hovell, Jr. Joshua Huffman Matthew Huschke, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)

Seth Jackson, Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Karen Jaffe Gordon Jewett Ernest Johnson, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Ulrich Jonen Dan Jones, Eta Psi (Central Florida)  Lori Joy Smita Kapadia Matthew Keller, Delta Chi (Kansas State)  Brandon Kelly, Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Keith Ketterling Kevan Ketterling Tim Kinnerup Michael Klein John Kreimer Ken & Michele Krisko Pat Kuhnle, Omega (Purdue) Maribel Kyriakis John Lee, Jr., Beta Alpha (NJIT) Priscilla Lee Jacob Lewis, Gamma Phi (South Alabama)  Jonathan Lindsey Dan Lucitt Scot Ludwig Henry Mackey Miranda Mackey Steven Malany Robby Manis Heather Martin Anthony Martinez, Zeta Xi (Averett)  Michael Martori State Farm Matching Gift Program Sadie Matthews Bryan & Laurie Mayer Laura Mcgaha William McKee Ian & Margaret McLean Miriam Mertel Jim Mestdagh Emmah Meyer Elizabeth Miles Chris Miller Christine Miller Steve Miller, Omicron (Alabama) Michelle Moratti David Morgan Elizabeth Mullany Jim Murphy, Beta Iota (Toledo)  Marty Newhouse, Psi (Cornell)  Ethan Norman, Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Timothy Norman Michael O. Day Marilyn Oliva Dave Pace, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Johanna Padilla Wendy Papaj Alma Papetti Tripti Paranjpe Curtis Parry Sarah Patton Gina Pendergraft Mike Petro, Alpha Psi (Indiana)  Justin Pham Gary Pietrok Ellen Polishuk Craig Ponzio Donald Porth, III, Omega (Purdue) John Powers, Sr., Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Carolyn Quill Shawn Rabourn, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Samuel Rhine Tad & Tricia Richard Corey Richardson, Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Tobin Richardson Harlan Robins

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Qualcomm Matching Gift Program Rio Grande Mexican Restaurants Sauceman Plumbing Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. St. Joseph Knights of Columbus No. 11370 St. Marks Church of Geneva Stratus Development Group LLC Textron Matching Gift Program The Community Foundation For The National Capital Region The Jill & Eric Aafedt Giving Fund United Distributors Inc. Veeva Systems Matching Gifts Program Vineyard Vines LLC Wal-Mart Foundation Wilke & Long P.A. Xcel Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program

$250 — $499

Dallas Aasand, Iota Nu (Mississippi State)  Sierra Acker Sabrina Adams Nancy Adler Eli Aguirre, Eta Rho (Texas State) Janet Agyemang Rayhan Akhtar Joseph Alabek Joanne Alaimo Lauren Aldrich Timothy Aldrow Barbara Alen Paige Alread Noah Ament Rick Amernick Mark Andrews Andre Arman, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)  Anisa Arman Indra Arman Roy Arnold, Zeta Iota (Indiana - PA) Karl Asen Cynthia Astone Stella Atzenweiler Susan Augustinovicz Caroline Austin Mansour Azizkhani Mustapha Baha Erika Baker Glenwyn Baptist Garrett Barretta James Bartling Tom Bates Terri Baucum Joanne Becker Carylyn Bell Ed Benshoof Blackwell Benson Timothy Benson Jack Berlien, Omega (Purdue)

David Bernhardt Jr., Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Melissa Bernheim Brett Bethard, Zeta Pi (Marshall) Jeff Bewkes Debbie Birch Ted & Sue Black Andrew Bley Mary A. Bley Matthew Bley Rex Blythe James Peter Boland Harold Bordelon Lori Bortniker Stephen Boyle Bruce Brda Peggy Brim Bewkes Andrew Brow, Eta Phi (UMBC) Adam Brown Douglas Brown Geren Brown, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  Shannon Brown Scott Bryant David Buchanan, Theta Epsilon (Kansas)  Bradley Bujnowski Shelley Bumgardner Richard Burke John Burkett Ben Bush, Alpha Alpha (Mercer)  Evan Camejo, Kappa Delta (Florida Atlantic)  Vince Caminiti, Alpha Theta (Michigan State)  Cammie Camp Weston Capper Michael Caputo, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Kelly Carey Sean Carey Teresa Carlson Tommy Carrato, Upsilon (Illinois)  Jennifer Carter Rob Castle Richard Chalk John Challis, Delta Delta (Truman State)  Margaret Chan Ryan Chan David Chance Lori Charles Igor Cherches Geona Childress Joan Cleary Judith Coffey Dave Cole Nikki Colvard Margaret Conrow Patricia Cooper David Corey, Alpha Eta (Samford)  Ellie Cosgrove William Cranford Barbara Creel

DEPARTMENT THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE HEADING GIVING

Carolyn Robinson Joan Marie Ryan Jason Santeler John Schumacher, Beta Delta (Drake)  David Shanklin, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Kenneth Siegel Alec Singer, Rho (Washington & Lee) Chris Shade, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green)  A. Slade Ioan & Maria Smintina David & Betty Stamper Charlie Stanton, Alpha Delta (Washington) Carter Steer, Epsilon Chi (Denver) Matt Steinhelfer, Theta Zeta (George Washington)  Marc Strickland, Alpha (College of Charleston)  Karen Sylvester Ben Thacker, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Debra Thorpe Bobby Tidwell Laurie Tis Fran Torabian Cindy Trent John Trovinger Gregg Turner, Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech)  Thomas Ullrich John Visconi II, Theta Nu (Delaware)  Jeff Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Glenna Waller Jenny Walter Joseph Walters Robert Walters Eric Weiss, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Cynthia White Elyse Whitlock Tammy Whitmer Alan Wildstein Delta Zeta Xi Omega Mark Yamagata Thomas Yesger Ann Zack Jeffrey Zukerman Alpha Xi Delta / Theta Xi Chapter American Campus Communities Artesian City Sertom Club ASP Global Services ATL Hawks LLC Axa Foundation Matching Gift Program Bank of the West Matching Gift Program Boeing Company Matching Gifts Program Buffalo Wild Wings Chandlee Family Foun Fidelity Charitable Civitan Foundation, Inc Cycle Giving Dental Center of Belton P.A. Fossil Group Matching Gift Program Freedom Bail Bonds Gema Usa Inc. Give With Liberty Graybar Electric Company Greg & Jane Allen Harty Tractor Service Inc. Heartland Combined Federal Campaign #0524 Honeywell International Charity Matching ICG Capital Securities LLC Illegal Petes Inc. Interfraternity Council / Baylor University Jones Chapel Christian Church National Christian Foundation Northrop Grumman c/o Public Affairs Support Services Paypal Giving Pettit Family Charitable Foundation Phi Mu Sorority Phi Sigma Rho Phillips 66 Matching Gift Program Providence Partners LLC

2017 CORPORATE SPONSORS

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Susan Crook Rod & Ginger Cruickshank John Curcio Mike & Nancy Czinege Mr. & Mrs. Mark D'Amico Dudley & Joanne Daniel Marion Daniels Scott Davis Marie DeFrances Lori DeKalb Wendy Delmolino Jeffrey & Kathleen Denlinger Andrew DeNucci, Beta Iota (Toledo)  James Digan John Dimeo Glass Doctor David Doerr Casey & Julie Doherty James Donnelly Deanna Donohue Jeff Dow Sheila Doyle Donna G. Drescher Sandra Dunbar David & Melanie Dunn Anna Dunsworth Eansor Family Julie Ebert Cory Edwards Grant Edwards Susan Edwards Dennis R. Ehrhardt Rob Eisenstein, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Yazan El-Baba Anthony Elliot Jerry & Joyce Ellis Debbie Erbstoesser Angelo Escalona, Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Randy Eskelson Larry Fabela David Faeder, Jr. Bryan Faith Yongyan Fang Jacob Faulkner Israel Felix Steve & Candy Feltner Maribeth Fender David & Ann Ferguson Lucas Ferrara Jimmy & Mary Lou Finley Thomas Fisher, Omega (Purdue)  Timothy & Amy Fisher Jeff Flagg, Theta Psi (RIT)  Melinda Flint Christina Flory

Kent Foster Sally Frazee Mark Freda Susan Freeland J. E. Freeman, Jr. Ben Friedman Marty Friedman Marybeth Friel Robert Friends Rob Friess, Beta Iota (Toledo) Sylvia Fuerstenberg Bill Furling, III, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Ruthie Gallaway John Gandy Robert Gandy Chris Garrett, Beta (Presbyterian)  Molly Gascoigne Irwin Gelman Matthew Gerkens Parker Gibbs, Iota Rho (Western Illinois) Lisa Gimmy & Claus Best Dan Gingerich, Eta Sigma (UCLA)  Richard Ginnaty David Glaza Michelle Glyman Alan Golman, Theta Gamma (Buffalo) Deirdre Goodrich Drew Gottula, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Charlotte Grassmann Philip Grassmann, Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte)  Suzanne Gratch Rosanne Green Andrew Greiner, Delta Delta (Truman State)  Kathryn Grunig Sheila Guernsey Charles Gwirtsman Jerry Habraken Kimberly Hagedorn Bob Halcrow, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Phyllis Hamilton Cynthia Hardy John Hardy Nick Hart, Delta Delta (Truman State)  Noah Hayden William Hayes Barbara Heckler Jay Hennings, Delta Delta (Truman State) Lidice Hernandez Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Lee Ann Hester Karen Hicks RuthAnne Hicks Laurel Hill Jeffrey Hittinger Trang Ho

Jenny Hoecker Elizabeth Holden Paula Holmes Joel Honeycutt Catherine Hook Selina Hoover Gary Hosna John Houck J.A. Howard Ruben Ryan Hoyt, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Jean Hudson Sherry Hutchins Jennifer Hymes Randall Hyne Brian Jacobson Rodolfo Joffroy Chris Johnson, Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Waltet Johnson Ann Jones Brian Jones Gary Jones Judy Jones Lee Jones Mike Jones, Eta Phi (UMBC)  Mike & Jan Jumper Mike & Carolyn Kaminski Matthew Kandrach David Kane Pete Kane Chris Karwacki, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Dave Keen Elaine Keim Dean & Peg Kelly Edward Kennedy Nina Kern Ronald Kessler Stephen Kimball Robert Kirkland Jacinta Kite Jason Kitzman Stephen Kleshinski Daniel Klocke, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)  Sean Knight Richard & Susan Knoblauch Ash Kouhpaenejad, Iota Omega (Nevada - Las Vegas) Kim Koulovatos Kristin Krisko Mary Ann Kundtz Peter Lacey Robert Lagarenne Peter Lahey Robin Lahey Richard Lake Kevin Lane Lisa Langley Rachel Lannen Nick Lantier, Beta Mu (McNeese State) Lisa Lau Paul M. Lawless Sixta Lawrence Mike Lawson Robin Lee Andrew Lemna, Omega (Purdue)  Martina Leon Yoram Levy Robert C. Lewis Richard Light Debbie Lindley Rachel Lizik Gary Lobel Brian Lokker Patricia Lozano Stacy Lucherinj Stephen Macri Steve Malachowski

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MEMORIAL GRANTS

TODD J. PORTERFIELD 1977–2000

JASON R. TIRADO 1976–2000

TODD PORTERFIELD, Alpha Delta Chapter at Washington, passed away on August 7, 2000. Todd was cycling on the Journey of Hope South team and was struck by a car in Lexington, N.C. Todd leaves a very long legacy of compassion, brotherhood, dedication and selfless giving. The Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Fund provides an annual grant to an organization, voted on by the team, that made the greatest impact on members along the Journey of Hope South route.

JASON TIRADO, Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason, passed away on April 30, 2000, from a fall during a hiking trip with friends in the North Carolina mountains. Jason was a Journey of Hope cyclist in 1999 and was spending the 2000 spring semester as Gear Up Florida project manager. He impacted the lives of hundreds during his time with The Ability Experience. The Jason R. Tirado Memorial Fund provides an annual grant to an organization, voted on by the team, that made the greatest impact on members along the Journey of Hope North route.

Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Grant Recipient: 2017: Adaptive Recreation Service–Abilene, TX

Jason R. Tirado Memorial Grant Recipient: 2017: Rocky Mountain Village–Empire, CO

To make a contribution to either memorial fund, please send checks to The Ability Experience, made payable to The Ability Experience. Please indicate in the memo section "In memory of Todd J. Porterfield" or “In memory of Jason R. Tirado.”

Irene W. Patton Suanne Pelley Brian Perkins, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Jeff Perlman, Gamma Delta (Memphis)  Jeannie Perry Alan Pesti, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Anthony Petagine, Beta Eta (Florida State) Jerry Peterson Arvydas Petravicius Richard Pierce, Alpha (College of Charleston) Susan Pitman Kendal Plunkett Gerald Popp Michael Porter Phyllis Press Lisa Proctor Andrew Pruiett, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Gabby Pucci Brett Quinn Larry Quinn, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Carla Quispez Robert Rafalski Barry Randolph Nick Ranelli, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Donnetta Ratliff Bonnie Reilly Patrick Reilly Lee Ann Reinert Eduardo Reyes Lois Rice Pat Richard Susan Richey Jayne Rideout Ralph Rinaldi Jason Rini, Eta Gamma (Colorado) 

Sandra Ritter Mary Rivera Eunice Roberts Leslie Roberts Nathan Roberts Shawn Rogers Eric Roman Pillar Roofing David Roschke Wendy Rosen Kelly Roy J. Tim Russin Chris Ryle, Beta Eta (Florida State) Dan Salamander, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)  Robert & Susan Schenkel Nancy Schier Steven Schulman James & Stacey Sciortino Michael Scott Roger Searls, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro)  Aparup Sengupta Amber Shady Tej Shah Caitlin Shaw David Shawver Cynthia Shea Tyler Sheehan, Alpha Delta (Washington) Josh Sheffler, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)  Jennifer Sheibley Todd Shelton Dean Sheorn, Beta (Presbyterian)  Christina Shiels Michael Short Anna Shuck Barbara Shuck CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Kelly Maloy Susan Mannherz Pamela Manning Joseph Marcolin Samuel Margolis, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Dolores Marinelli O Brand Marketing Lauren Markham Meghan Marlett Mary Ann Martin Serge Martinez Andrew Matznick, Epsilon Rho (Lenoir-Rhyne)  Rita Mausler Ronald May Jim McBride Taylor Mccants Ryan McCarthy, Psi (Cornell)  Ryan McCaskey, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Richard & Phyllis Mccauley Thomas McCloskey Kevin McGee Andrea McGinley James & Maryellen Mcgoldrick Cindy McKinney Buddy & Pat McKissick Kelly Mclean Frank McMillan, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Gil & Paula Mcnabb Rosalba McNamara Dave Meall, Theta Epsilon (Kansas)  Audry Means Marla Meehl Lisa Meredith Sara Mertel Kenneth Miccio Jadwiga Mihatov Christopher Miller, Theta Kappa (Baylor) Kristin Miller Luke Miller James & Shelley Mincks Kate Mitchell Jack Molinelli, Alpha Xi (St. John's) Nidia Montero Nancy Montgomery Bob Moody, Beta Delta (Drake) Kay Moore David Morgan, Sr., Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Jack Morgan Virginia Morgan Chris Morris Beth Morrison Eloise Morrison Tristan Morrow, Iota Rho (Western Illinois) Ish Muhammad, Iota Phi (Loyola New Orleans) Mike Mulvaney, Theta Psi (RIT) Michelle Murphy Larry Murray Carmine Najjar David Nelson Ed Newmans Jonathan Newsome Michael Nye Joseph Obrien Marie S. O'Connor Sean Office Guilherme Oliveira Christopher Olson Lynn O'Neill Matt O'Neill Christine Orefice Nicholas Orefice Susan Ott Kenneth Oubre, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  Charles Parry Aldo Pasquariello


This summer marks the 30th anniversary of Journey of Hope as an Ability Experience program. After Bruce Rogers’ solo trip across the US, Ken Kaiser lobbied the board to establish a team event and began working with Jim Karlovec to plan what would become ‘Push America: A Journey of Hope’. With the help of Sally McArdle and John Pierce, Jim Karlovec and a team of 19 successfully trekked San Diego to Washington DC in summer of 1988. Their hard work proved that the program could successfully bring together men of Pi Kappa Phi from chapters across the country to safely cycle from the West Coast to Washington, D.C. while raising funds and awareness for people with disabilities. Since that first team’s trek across the South in 1988, over 2,000 men have completed Journey of Hope, raising over $12 million in the process. Not only did Journey of Hope become a flagship program of The Ability Experience, it marked an important shift in how the organization carried out its mission—giving members the chance for more hands-on opportunities to serve people with disabilities than ever before.

Gail Shumway Bari Siegel Andrew Silvia Dale Silvia Erick, Pam & Ian Smith Lisa Smith Mary Smith Scott Smith Torrey Smith John Souza Andy Sporleder C. William & Debra Staiger Jeffrey Stallings Michael Stampar Richard Stevenson Rob Stewart AJ Stockwell, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Evan Stoltz Christopher Stralkowski Bea Strickland Melissa Strickland Dr. Gary Sugg, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Gary Sugg, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Mike Sullivan, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Steven Swann Gerald Therrien Joe Thompson Terri Thorn Matt Thornburg, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Dwight Tiedemann Keigan Tillman, Zeta Eta (South Florida) John Tilto Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Larry Tipton Janet Tirado Jones Catherine Tobin Warren Torris Andrew Trull, Delta (Furman)  Robert Tuggle Traci Turner Brooks Tuttle Allan Valiente, Theta Delta (Florida International)  Louise Valuck Elizabeth Van Nostrand

Mary Vanier August Vehar Eric Wahlen, Beta Eta (Florida State) Hanna Wakim Geoff Walker, Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Richard Walker Chet Wallace, Jr., Eta Gamma (Colorado)  Todd Walter, Xi (Roanoke) Andrew Walters Benjamin Walters Maryanne J. Warha Stacy Wayne Brian & Kim Weatherby Sarah Webb John Weber Susan Weber Gina Wedelstedt E. David Weiner Marcus Wells Mark Welsh Chris West, Kappa Gamma (Montana) Jacqueline Westra Hugh Whitehead Michael Wilbourn, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  Michael Wilkes Thomas Wilson Donald Wood Elizabeth Wood Rhonda Woolery Roberton Shania Worfel Stephen Wyckoff Glenn & Laura Yaeger Deborah Young Amanda Zaverdas Alpha Chi Omega / Theta Iota Chapter Alpha Delta Pi Found Inc Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Alpha Phi Fraternity / Beta Gamma Chapter Altria Employee Involvement Programs AT&T Employee Giving Campaign Betterworld Telecom LLC Bilsky Financial Group Inc. Caballo, Inc. Capital One

CFCSENC Fund #0656 Charlotte Knights Corporation of Bolivar WV Deutsche Bank Matching Gifts Program Gamma Phi Beta / Beta Rho Chapter Globe Lions Club PMLF GP Strategies Grandma & Grandpa Sheibley Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company Higgins Financial LLC ID Solutions LLC JP Morgan Chase Foundation Matching Gift & Volunteer Grant Programs Mellow Mushroom Germantown, TN Motorola Solutions Foundation MUFG Union Bank Matching Gifts Program NAU Interfraternity Council NAU Panhellenic Council NetSpark IP & Telecom Inc. Network For Good Oak Hills Athletic Boosters Oracle Matching Gift Program Phi Mu / Rho Mu Chapter Phi Mu Fraternity / Delta Epsilon Chapter Pi Beta Phi / Alpha Chapter Pilot Club of Aynor Queen of All Saints School Race Registration Online LLC Riccis Wardrobe LLC River City Enterprises Salesforce.com Foundation Sonfire Ministries Spencer Pest Services St. Joseph Catholic Church Boosters The Work Place Centers Tijuana Flats Restaurants LLC Tipsy Taco Llc Tulsa Community Foundation Twenty 91 North Uniontown Council Knights of Columbus 1275 Warren Electric Inc. W/S Gaudette Limited DBA Glass Doctor Zeta Tau Alpha / Theta Omicron Chapter

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students from 92 chapters received Ladder of Risk training.

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GRADUATING SENIOR ORDER OF THE LAMP RECOGNITION

307

3,370

students recognized with the Order of the Lamp for at least a 3.25 GPA.

4,894

students participated in GreekLifeEdu.

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER INSTITUTE PARTICIPANTS

26

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students inducted into the Ad Astra Society recognizing the fraternity’s top student leaders.

818

students educated as Certified Ritualists of the fraternity.

PI KAPP COLLEGE ATTENDEES Includes number of students for both Emerging Leaders and Chapter Officers

2017 1,877 2016 1,854 2015 1,739 2014 1,562 2013 1,416 2012 1,343 2011 1,257 2010 1,134

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR CHAPTER OFFICERS

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR EMERGING LEADERS

1,799 89.5% students attended

students received leadership development through The Ability Experience.

64

said they felt prepared to meet the expectations of their role as an officer or key committee chairman.

526

graduates since 2010.

2017 Graduates

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in grants distributed to partner organizations

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volunteer hours completed by students

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INVOLVEMENT

participants in Ability Experience programs

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BERGSTROM FELLOWS awards scholarships to brothers of Pi Kappa Phi who work at camps that serve people with disabilities

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participated in national programs or team events

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participated in chapter fundraising

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"I wish the trip lasted longer! Knowing what The Ability Experience does year round, I had high expectations of the good feeling and gratification I would get from the trip."

"We laid the foundation for a new “Ability Camp Guatemala was an “I was inspired by the many clinic that will help the disabled experience-and-a-half. Seeing the unsung heroes that have community, and they helped happiness everyone had, despite devoted their lives to helping develop my brothers and I into lacking even simple necessities, others. Everyone at ADISA has servant leaders who now have the made me reflect on own life and motivated me to work harder and confidence to change the world." what was and was not important.” even sign up for a team event.”

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Thomas Marlbrough,

Sabit Nasir,

Hassan Sadruddin,

Kappa Epsilon (Stoneybrook)

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

Kappa Omicron (Connecticut)

Epsilon Phi (UAB)

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As the official publication of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the Star & Lamp serves as a forum of communication to educate, inspire and spark act...

Star & Lamp - Summer 2018  

As the official publication of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the Star & Lamp serves as a forum of communication to educate, inspire and spark act...