About Our Chapter
Welcome to the Idaho Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi, located at the University of Idaho. Established in 1923 by Agnes Wright Spring, our chapter is proud of its history and involvement on UI's campus. The first person to be initiated was Margaret Springer of Boise Idaho who also went on to become our chapter's first president! To learn more about our chapter check out the rest of our website or follow us on social media by clicking the links below!
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is a values-based organization that has spent more than 145 years building its heritage and strong support network of 135 collegiate chapters and more than 300 alumnae organizations. Pi Phi’s continued success can be attributed to its more than 250,000 initiated members, 15,500 of whom are currently collegians. The philosophy of Pi Beta Phi began when the 12 founders created the Fraternity to cultivate lifelong bonds between its members as well as inspire them to achieve the highest and best in life. Throughout its history, Pi Beta Phi has helped young women develop meaningful relationships with others while reaching their personal potential. These relationships help sisters adapt to college life by providing a sense of belonging, mutual support and guidance. The benefits of Pi Phi membership transcend the collegiate experience. Pi Beta Phi provides ongoing support for all members as they continue a journey of lifelong commitment to the Fraternity.