An official charter will be granted to an ATU Fraternity this month. Pi Kappa Alpha, or as it is more commonly referred to Pike, will receive permission to charter from their national headquarters.
The chapter accepted 23 new members this fall. “It is an honor to finally be approved to charter on the Tech campus and welcome our new boys home,” said Judson Smith, recruitment chair for Pi Kappa Alpha.
Pike strives to recruit men who strive to be scholars, leaders, athletes, and gentleman. Although the chapter has been place on campus since 2015, in order to be given a charter the chapter must first prove to their headquarters that they have achieved these thing on their campus before being instated as an official fraternity, according to the bylaws of the fraternity. The Tech chapter will be officially chartered on October 13th.