The Dallas Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club was chartered in 1915. It is currently the one of the largest clubs in the country, with over 700 members from over 75 chapters. Dallas Pi Phi is very diverse with members ranging from recent grads to baby boomers! Within Dallas Pi Phi we have 4 active groups from which to choose depending upon your interests and place in life.

The objective of Dallas Pi Beta Phi Alumnae club is to further the friendship of members of Pi Beta Phi, to strengthen our local chapters and international organization, and to aid in the maintenance of Arrowmont and other Pi Beta Phi philanthropies.

To learn more about Pi Beta Phi history, values and heritage, please visit our International Fraternity Web site at www.pibetaphi.org.

Local Chapter Support

The Dallas Alumnae Club works hard to support our local chapters. Though we work closest with the Texas Beta Chapter, we also strive to reach out to all of DFW collegiate members. Many Dallas Alumnae Club members serve on Alumnae Advisory Committees (AAC) at local chapters and our Junior Night group hosts annual networking events to help graduating seniors in their job search.

Dallas Area Chapters

For information regarding membership, please see our Recruitment page.

Other Area Alumnae Clubs

There are several other Pi Phi alumnae clubs in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. To find out more about these clubs, get in touch with the contact information below or look them up on the Pi Beta Phi International Fraternity website at www.pibetaphi.org.

Dallas-Fort Worth Alumnae Clubs

Arlington

Denton

Fort Worth

Lake Cities

McKinney

Richardson-Plano

Southlake

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