Pi Beta Phi

 

 at the University of Central Florida

About Our Chapter

The member of the Tyes Sorority, a local on-campus sorority, formed the Florida Epsilon Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. On January 10, 1981 at the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, The Grand President, Jean Wirths Scott, initiated all 39 of the Florida Epsilon's founding sisters. Following the installation, the Grand Council and several alumnae clubs joined together to host a banquet to congratulate the newest chapter of Pi Beta Phi.  

In 1983, Florida Epsilon brought an off-campus house, which they called the Pi Phi Tri House. Located only minutes from the UCF campus, the Orlando/Winter Park Alumnae Club and the Florida Epsilon Chapter built a new chapter house on December 4, 1989. To this day, it's the house they call home.  

The house includes a grand meeting room, full kitchen, TV room, House Mom's suite and 10 bedrooms equipped with a personal closet, full size bed and private desk/work area for each of the 39 girls and reside in the Pi Phi house. In-house sisters, along with out-of-house sisters who purchase meal plan, are served lunch and dinner each weekday by Florida Epsilon's personal chef. With a unique menu each week, meal plan provides sisters with delicious and nutritious meals between 11:30 and 1:00 each afternoon and 5:30 to 7:00 each evening. Special accommodations are made for sisters with specific dietary needs.  

The Pi Beta Phi house is located at 4304 Greek Park Dr. Orlando, FL 32816.