W THOMAS CLARK
CHARLES T CUMBAA
DANIEL A BERGER
RUSH F HARDING
JOHN L LISHER
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded in the year 1868. The organisation has been active for almost 151 years now. In the year 1869, exactly one year after the Alpha Chapter at the University of Virginia was formed, the Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at Davidson College. This was the reason why Theta Chapter, at Rhodes College, took over the responsibilities of the Alpha chapter when the Fraternity was in decline in its infancy. John Shaw Foster, a junior founder from Theta Chapter, helped to reestablish Alpha Chapter at the University of Virginia. As of the year 1978, Theta Chapter is the longest continual running chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. Then in the year 1889, the organisation had received its constitutional provision. The organisation had also remained a southern fraternity until the New Orleans Convention in the year 1909 when Pi Kappa Alpha officially declared itself a national organization. Like many other social fraternities at the time, Pi Kappa Alpha had limited its membership to white men. The race restriction was removed in the year 1964. The headquarters of the organisation is based in 8347 W Range Cove. The name of the place is Memphis, while the name of the state is Tennesse, USA. The pin code is 38125.
Pi Kappa Alpha is an American organisation that focuses on providing various kinds of educational support and facilities, to the college fraternities in the USA. The fraternity has over 225 chapters and colonies across the USA and abroad with over 15,500 undergraduate members and 280,000-lifetime initiates. The current president of the organisation is W Thomas Clark. As of the current date, the number of members of the organisation is more than 280,000.
The primary services provided by the organisation include allowing college fraternities to obtain various kinds of educational services and support, that are all offered by the organisation itself.
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