"Transcendent. Loyal. Fun. Prominent. Compassionate. Involved. Respected. All of these words have different definitions, but at Georgia Tech they mean the same thing: Pi Kappa Phi. On December 10, 1904, three students united in Charleston, South Carolina to form a club that would propel them to the leadership of their university. This organization became Pi Kappa Phi and the trend continues today. By 1913, the Iota chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was founded on Georgia Tech's campus. Iota continues to break new ground, as last spring we welcomed the largest spring pledge class in the university's history. Whether it is in intramural athletics, academics, philanthropy, or sorority relations, our high number of members and the diversity of personalities make us a leader in every category. We are the only Greek organization in the country to operate our own philanthropy, Push America. Furthermore, we offer the services of an academic advisor. When you become an associate member of Pi Kappa Phi, you embark upon a journey of mutual respect; our house is your house and you are treated like a brother. When you finally graduate from GT you will join an elite group of alumni - one of whom who has a building at Georgia Tech named after him."