NAU Spring Rush 2019 begins January 28 and runs through the week. All rush events will be updated through social media. Registration is NOT required.
Any freshman or first-year transfer male is eligible for our academic scholarship. We are currently taking applicants for our next scholarship in spring 2019. Click here for more information.
If you have any questions, please contact our Rush Committee:
Cheyne Hallett | firstname.lastname@example.org | (480) 340-0979
Nate Buterbaugh | email@example.com | (520) 222-3789
Leo Mercer | firstname.lastname@example.org | (940) 867-7485
Xander Goepfrich | email@example.com
Silvester Den Boer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do our members join?
- Leadership opportunities
- Personal development outside the classroom
- Lifelong friendships
- Alumni networking potential
- Intramural sports that foster a competitive environment
- Chance to mix with sororities and other campus organizations
A Lifetime of Success
This experience builds skills and relationships that last long after graduation. We find men who want to be the best at everything they do. In every measurable category for fraternities, PIKE ranks among the best.
We challenge members to be pillars of integrity and beacons of success on their campuses and within their communities. By finding and recruiting the most outstanding men on campus, we create the ideal fraternal experience. All in all, being a PIKE is a lot of fun.
Each chapter of The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity recognizes the Fraternity’s Standards, which include a standard of absolutely no hazing. Many have experienced hazing in high school, either as a new member of an athletic team, a school band or a school social group. Hazing is often glorified in movies, and can take many forms. The most serious is direct physical abuse, such as being paddled, to a milder form, such as push-ups, to subtler approaches, such as drinking games.
Each chapter is aware that hazing is not acceptable conduct for any members to inflict upon one another and that no one should submit to any form of hazing as a condition of membership. Every member should refuse to participate in any hazing activity and, as importantly, should refuse to permit hazing being inflicted upon them.
If a member is approached and asked to participate in an activity which may be considered hazing:
- The member should refuse to participate in hazing; and
- Know that such refusal will not place his membership in Pi Kappa Alpha at risk; and
- Immediately report it to a chapter officer.
The purpose in providing this information is not because any members intend to haze pledges. However, when there are several personalities in a chapter, there is a remote possibility that some individual may, on the spur of the moment, ignore the Chapter’s prohibition on hazing, and attempt a hazing activity with a pledge. Everyone should understand their rights and not be intimidated.
Each member has a personal responsibility not to condone any sort of hazing.