Pi Beta Phi

at the university of wisconsin-madison

Campus Involvement

Pi Phi's are involved in an array of organizations both on and off the UW-Madison Campus. Below is a list of some of the clubs our active members participate in. 


Humorology: Each year, Pi Phi's WI Alpha Chapter participates in UW-Humorology.  UW-Humorology is a charity event in which each year over 300 devoted participants bring Wisconsin's largest student-run organization to life on stage. Humo raises money for a different local charity every year. Each participating sorority and fraternity house pair together and put on a twenty-minute children's musical, complete with whimsical characters and rewritten popular songs of the past and present. Humo is also a friendly competition between the houses to put on the best show  The top three houses get awarded trophies and bragging rights!  


S.P.I.L.L: When a Madison student is facing a problem of difficult time in their life, they can send an email through an anonymous online service.  As part of the S.P.I.L.L team, members receive emails that deal with similar issues they have faced, they then help communicate their past struggles to show students that they are never alone.  Through S.P.I.L.L, members brighten another person's day and help them feel optimistic in a difficult time. 


Mu Kappa Tau: MKT is an organization geared towards students majoring in marketing, which encourages professional and academic excellence.  It promotes interaction between students, faculty, staff and practicing marketing professionals.  


Environmental Club: The Environmental Studies Club welcomes students of all majors, backgrounds and academic standing.  The purpose of this club is to create a smaller community of nature-loving people who enjoy spending time together outdoors and volunteering for sustainable causes.  


Badger Volunteer Association:  Badger Volunteer Association is an organization aimed at pre-health students that provides volunteer opportunities to support healthy lifestyles in the Madison area.  Examples of projects that they have done are volunteering at the American Family Children's Hospital and creating short movies to spread awareness of cancer.  


UW Mock Trial Team: UW Mock Trial Team is an organization in which members are given a case and compete as witnesses and attorneys.  They travel all over the Midwest and last year flew to Boston for a tournament.  


AMSA (American Medical Student Association): Student-governed, national organization committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-training.  AMSA members are medical students, premedical students, interns, residents and practicing physicians.   


UW-Madison Best Buddies: Best Buddies is an organization that matches college students with adults with developmental/physical disabilities.  


Aspiring Nurses Association (ANA): ANA is a student-run organization whose goal is to provide undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in nursing with opportunities to learn about the profession, prepare for application to the UW-Madison School of Nursing, serve the community and grow in their role as a UW student. 


TEAM Survivor Madison: An organization that holds fitness and wellness classes for women that have had or still have cancer. 


Greek IV: A nondenominational Christian group for Greeks