- Prospective Members
- Greek Experience
Phi Kappa Psi - Iowa Beta
- Dues: $500/semester
- Style of living: 2-5 man studies, heated/cooled bedrooms
- Maximum capacity: 36 men
- Internet: Wireless throughout the whole house
- Cable: Every bedroom/study, Common areas
- Other Information:
$1.5 million dollar renovation on house complete in Summer '08
Live-in graduate advisors
Off-street parking for house brothers
17 catered meals a week
Largest usable lawn in Greekland
- Freshmen: Able to live in-house
316 Lynn Ave.
Ames, IA 50014
The Iowa Beta Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi chartered in 1913. Nine years later, in 1922, the chapter house was built. It remains today in its original location, but the interior was completely remodeled in 2008, and is now in top condition.
Throughout the decades, Phi Kappa Psi had a strong presence on the Iowa State campus. However, in 1999, our strength waned, and our charter was revoked. For a period of time, Phi Psi did not exist at Iowa State, but after six years, it was time to come back. After much hard work, we recolonized our chapter, and on October 27, 2007 we gained our national charter once again.
Since then, we have striven to make a lasting impression at Iowa State, heavily involving ourselves within the Greek Community. We have claimed the titles of Greek Week Champions of 2006 and Varieties Champions of 2008, and are involved in Homecoming and other campus events. In the coming years, we will continue to strengthen our presence and build upon the legacy that our founders set forth.
|Colors||Hunter Green and Cardinal Red|
|National Founded||February 19, 1852|