Pi Beta Phi

208 Ash Avenue
Ames, IA 50014

Since 1867, Pi Beta Phi has offered women the opportunity to share in a unique experience founded on philanthropic service, personal and intellectual development, and sincere friendship. At Iowa State, Pi Phi holds the honor of being the first sorority on campus. We pride ourselves on being recognized as involved, driven, and down-to-earth women. Our members constantly strive for academic success and represent our chapter in multiple campus and community organizations.

Nickname Pi Phi
Philanthropy Pi Beta Phi works to enrich our community through philanthropic endeavors such as an ice cream bar coined "Pi Phi Sugar Rush" in the fall and a Pasta Dinner in the spring. These events raise funds for Pi Phi's national philanthropy Read.Lead.Achieve, which benefits literacy initiatives around the nation. Pi Phis also participate in a Pen-Pal and weekly reading program with elementary students at an Ames elementary.
Colors Wine & Silver Blue
Symbols Arrow & Angel
Chapter Founded 1877
Chapter Website www.pibetaphi.org/iastate
Chapter Phone
National Founded April 28, 1867
National Website www.pibetaphi.org
National Phone 636-256-0680
Pi Beta Phi -
208 Ash Avenue

Pi Beta Phi

  • Dues: $3770 (Room+meal+other expenses)
  • Style of living: 2-3 person rooms, cold/warm airs
  • Maximum capacity: 62
  • Internet: Yes - entire house has wireless/ethernet
  • Cable: Yes
  • Other Information: Pi Beta Phi's housing features include: new heating and air conditioning throughout entire house, plenty of showers and bathroom storage, hair sink and bath tub, multiple sleeping options (cold airs, warm airs, and personal bedroom), bike rack, private patio, computer room with Mac and PC computers along with wireless internet and printing throughout the entire house, 24-hour kitchenette and a 24-hour study room featured in the ISU Daily. We are lucky to have a great cook and housekeeper to keep us well fed and tidy.

    Pi Beta Phi is conveniently located close to campus with a couple of bus stops close by. Pi Phi is the proud owner of a tandem bike from the 1960's and our members can often be spotted taking rides around the ISU Greek Community.
  • Freshmen: Option to move-in if space allows