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513 Sunset Avenue
Manhattan, KS, 66502
United States

Website for the Kansas State University Pi Kappa Phi - Delta Chi Chapter. See how we are impacting  our community, Kansas State University, and the nation.

Our Alumni

Our Alumni


Wyatt Risovi-Hendrickson

(913) 982-6532

A Message From our Historian to Our Alumni

Kansas State University has grown as a part of the K-State 2025 plan. The view on campus has change drastically as a part of this modernization effort. The colleges of Business, Engineering, and Architecture have all expanded their buildings within the last three years. The Kansas State University Athletics Department has also made some drastic renovations to Bill Snyder Family Stadium, turning it into a proper “bowl style” football stadium.

Since its recolonization in 2013, Pi Kappa Phi has grown exponentially on campus. We are now a strong chapter of 60 men with the goal of attaining a membership of over 100 men within the next three years. Delta Chi chapter is currently housed at 513 Sunset Ave.

In 2016 the Pi Kappa Phi Rose Garden was dedicated. The Rose Garden is a result of the donations of our proud alumni hoping to share the traditions and values of Pi Kappa Phi with the Kansas State Family. It has the significance of being the only landmark or building on campus named after a campus fraternity.

Delta Chi chapter, is hosting an alumni event on April 7th and 8th to celebrate the success of Pi Kappa Phi and Kansas State University. Leading up to this event the chapter will be posting alumni photos of their college days weekly on our Facebook Page. The men of Delta Chi chapter are excited to welcome their Alumni Brothers back to Kansas State University to share in this experience with us. If you are an alumni of Delta Chi chapter interested in coming to this event, please follow the link on the side.

March 9, 2017