charity: Read > Lead > Achieve

Philanthropy: Down 'n Dirty Flag Football Tournament 

Colors: Wine & Silver Blue

mascot: Angel

Flower: Wine Carnation

symbol: Arrow

Founded at uf: 1969

Website: https://ufl.pibetaphi.org/

Involvement: This year, Pi Beta Phi spent time giving back to the Gainesville community by volunteering at a local elementary school, visiting the Alachua County Humane Society, hosting a book drive, participating in mental health awareness week and organized a roadside cleanup. Pi Phi’s passion for leadership and service extends far beyond greek life. Our sisters are involved in many student organizations like Florida Cicerones, Dance Marathon, Green Greeks, Strike Magazine, Panhellenic, Footprints, Danza, Preview Staff, Project Makeover, Camp Kesem, Campus Diplomats, The Independent Florida Alligator, Rowdy Magazine, Unlitter, and Student Government. These are just a few of the clubs you will find a Pi Beta Phi in on campus!

#leanonme Being a Pi Phi means being able to lean on your sisters for support, advice, and sincere friendship even when times are tough. Through adversity and uncertainty, you can always count on the big yellow house on frat row to welcome you with open arms. This bond will last far beyond the next four years because our sisterhood is here to lift you up and empower you no matter what life throws your way.



Serving as the President of Pi Beta Phi, FL Delta chapter has been an honor and a privilege. When I joined this chapter during my freshman year here at UF, I never dreamed that meeting all of these amazing women would have such an invaluable impact on my life. Pi Beta Phi sisters are more than just the residents of the yellow house on Fraternity Row- they are sincere friends, empowering servant leaders, and the best support system.


Being a member of Pi Beta Phi has shaped my college experience in so many ways and given me memories to last a lifetime. We inspire each other to work hard and strive for excellence in all our endeavors. Every day when I walk into the Pi Phi house, I am so thankful to be part of this sisterhood where I know I can always be myself.


Our Panhellenic community here at the University of Florida is truly something special. From philanthropies to social events and everything in between, I have enjoyed every second of it. I am so excited for you all to get to know UF Panhellenic and why we chose to call Pi Beta Phi home! 

-Molly Voytecek, Pi Beta Phi President

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