Dallas Pi Phi welcomes you to join our alumnae club or renew your club membership.

Benefits of Membership

There are many great reasons to join Dallas Alumnae Club: fun and friendship, personal growth and community service, leadership development and more! Here are a few other perks that come along with membership:

  • Subscription to The Arrow® magazine
  • Printed and bound Dallas Pi Phi Alumnae Club Membership Directory
  • Quarterly Club Newsletters
  • Invitations to all Club events & service opportunities
  • Ability to write RIFs and recommend Potential New Members for recruitment

Dues

Paying your dues is now easier than ever! You may now pay your dues online via credit card on PayPal. If you prefer, you can also pay dues by printing out our 2017 - 2018 Membership Form and mailing it with a check to:

Dallas Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi
c/o Alyssa Ramsey
9478 Spring Branch Drive
Dallas, Texas 75238

When paying dues online or via the membership form, you will have five choices. You may choose to pay regular dues or “Angel” dues. Angel dues include an additional donation to help fund our special events, including recruitment activities, Founders’ Day, Christmas tea, and more. Dues for recent graduates are discounted.

  • Regular dues:  $75/year
  • Angel dues: $100/year
  • Carnation dues: $150/year
  • Special Angel dues: $200 or more
  • 2016 graduate dues: $35

Please note that your dues must be received by June 30, 2017 to be included in the membership directory. Dallas Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi dues are not tax deductible to the payee.

Questions? Contact our Membership Chairman, Nancy Gottsacker at dallaspiphi@gmail.com

Member Groups

Because our club is so diverse in terms of age, we have split our club into three main member groups. Group membership is based on a combination of age and event timing preference. While most members choose one group to participate in, members are welcome to attend all events hosted by any of our groups!

To determine which group would be the best fit for you, read more about them on their group pages: