ABOUT PI LAMBDA PHI
Drexel Pi Lambda Phi
Drexel Pi Lambda Phi was originally founded in 1965, when the University was still the Drexel Institute of Technology. After a brief hiatus, we are back in 2017, re-founding and looking to make a lasting impression on campus.
Pi Lambda Phi was founded at Yale University on March 21, 1895 by Frederick Manfred Werner, Louis Samter Levy, and Henry Mark Fisher as North America's first non-sectarian and non-discriminatory Fraternity.
In 1895, the group of men from Yale University were denied admission to other college fraternities due to their racial and religious backgrounds. It became the vision of three men to create an organization in which no member would be barred admittance due sect or creed.
These men founded the Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity on the basis of ability, open-mindedness, farsightedness, and a progressive, forward-looking attitude which became recognized as the basic attributes of membership. Pi Lambda Phi is proud to be the first international, non-sectarian fraternity
That all men are created free and equal.
Finance (Financial Responsibility)
Ian Wagner, Re - founding President of Pi Lambda Phi Pennsylvania Delta Iota
Brian Miyata, Executive Vice President of Education and Development
Karnik Hajjar, Vice President of Programming, Risk Management, and Housing
Mickey Rego, Vice President of Finance