Pi Alpha Chi Catholic Sorority
We're a Catholic sorority.
Pi Alpha Chi was founded at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in November 2012. The intent was to create a sisterhood immersed in Catholic values that would be a formative influence on the participating women and a light among the campus's Greek community.
As a Catholic sorority, the mission of Pi Alpha Chi is to provide collegiate women with opportunities to pursue a virtuous and sacramental life through participation in a Greek learning community intentionally founded upon and centered around the teachings and practices of the Catholic Church. Our mission is supported by four pillars: leadership, fellowship, citizenship, and scholarship.
Currently, the chapter consists of 55 women from diverse ethnic, regional, and academic backgrounds that continue to grow in friendship and faith.
As a final component of the Newman Center's Capital Campaign, construction of the Pi Alpha Chi chapter house will begin soon. The house will be located at 640 North 16th Street, a central position along the University's Greek Row.
We are currently recruiting young women who would like to enhance their time as a college student by immersing themselves in a learning community that values citizenship, fellowship, leadership, and scholarship. As a member, women will have the opportunity to grow as student leaders alongside other inspiring and encouraging women.