Pi Beta Phi
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
From the girls of Georgia Alpha:

"Coming from Maryland, I came to UGA knowing almost no one. But Pi Phi has had a place close to my heart for the last 4 years and it’s safe to say it always will. I’ve shared such strong friendships with this group of girls and I know i will carry on these friendships for as long as I’m alive!”

-Morgan Poss (MC'16)

“I love meeting new people and Pi Phi really brings a diverse group of people. Everyone has different majors, lifestyles, things they’re involved in, etc. I feel like we’re one of the most diverse groups of people on campus. There’s always something different to do with someone. Like if I wanna go to the art museum there’s someone to do that with, If I want ice cream I know my big would want to get some too! It’s just a refreshing feeling knowing there’s always someone there."

-Kaitlin Crumrine (MC'17)

“Coming from Chicago, Illinois I thought it was going to be hard for me to assimilate since I came to UGA knowing absolutely no one. During recruitment, Pi Phi felt like the most down to earth girls I could surround myself with. From being on banner chair to just hanging out at the house during study hours, I’ve loved every second of it and i will always have a place in my heart for these group of girls”

-Gene Bouchelion (on the right) (MC'18)

"Coming into a new school as a freshmen and knowing barely anyone, I was really nervous I wouldn’t find my people. When I joined Pi Phi, I knew that I had found a place where I could be myself. It’s given me an amazing group of girls who I can count on for anything from advice about the best professors, to hugs when I need it most, & I couldn’t be more grateful!"

-Amelia Wainscott (on the left) (MC'19)