Faylyn, Mines '22 :
"I chose Pi Phi because when I went through recruitment, pi phi was the only house I got excited to go to. They were all unique and great in their own way and I felt right at home every day.
"I've stayed in pi phi because it's my home and I wouldn’t have gotten as many connections without it and I definitely would not be as successful as I am today in college without it."
Lizzy, Mines '23 :
"I chose Pi Phi because everyone was very nice and seemed involved in charity and in school. Plus, my now big and I really connected and she definitely made me optimistic about pi phi.
"I've stayed in Phi Phi because I think I’m in the best sorority in campus and even though I don’t hang out with my sisters everyday, I still love to see them when I can, even if it’s just once a week."
Madison, Mines '21 :
"I chose Pi Phi because it felt like my home and girls actually seemed genuine
"I stay in Pi Phi because the girls I’ve met have become a support system and second family to me and I don’t think I could thrive at this school without that."
Olivia, Mines '21 :
"I chose Pi Phi because the girls really made a point to be theirselves and connect on a deeper level rather than surface and I felt like I could be my weird self around them during recruitment without knowing them at all really
"I stay in Pi Phi because of the people. They were always so supportive and friendly, even the ones who were older or who I didn’t really know. They always made it a point to say hi when they saw me at things outside of pi phi and I loved that"
Hawley, Mines '23 :
"I chose Pi Phi because all the girls during recruitment were so genuine and they really wanted to know more about me. It felt like a big family.
"I stay in Pi Phi because all the girls are so supportive and always there for you. It is nice being able to stop by the house and just see all of my sisters."
Lily, Mines '23 :
"I chose Pi Phi because the passion on Philanthropy day during recruitment was evident. I also loved the goofy and fun atmosphere and I felt like the girls were less who I wanted to be and more who I am"