Gamma Kappa-Montana State University

The Gamma Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on October 12, 1928.  Since then Gamma Kappa has been committed to developing scholars, leaders, athletes and gentlemen.  At Montana State University Gamma Kappa boasts the most members of any Greek organization on campus.  Our chapter’s average GPA has continually been above the all men’s average.  We are also committed to serving the community.  Last year alone, the pikes raised over $5000 for philanthropy and gave back hundreds of hours of community service.  Additionally, Pi Kappa Alpha has continually won awards for recruitment, athletics, ritual and philanthropy.

The House:

We have been living in our current home since 1962! “The Pike House” as it has come to be called  has two levels  with common amenities such as a kitchen, living room and study area.  We also have a ballroom where we host some of our events throughout the semester.  Our home has 16 private rooms and can sleep up  to 35 men.  All Pi Kappa Alpha members are required to live in the house starting at a minimum of one academic year (two semesters).   In the last five years we have renovated our kitchen, gotten a brand new roof and gotten entirely new flooring throughout the house.  In the next year we anticipate making even more renovations to continue to make our home look nicer!  Living at a fraternity has proven to be a very rewarding experience that most do not regret.  Worried about your GPA because you live at a fraternity? Don’t!  Most members find that their GPA’s actually improve while living in the house!  We at Pi Kappa Alpha understand that school always comes first.