Greek Rank Ranks Beta Pi No. 1 At Penn
Pi Kappa Alpha’s Beta Pi chapter at the University of Pennsylvania has been ranked number one, the highest rating of all 37 fraternities at Penn by Greek Rank. Greek Rank is an internet site that provides information for its readers about each university/college, including the school’s relationship to the Greek community, and ranks each fraternity and sorority at that school from information gleaned from an online questionnaire.
Each “rater” provides an opinion on each of seven categories: Reputation, Friendliness, Popularity, Classiness, Campus/Community Involvement, Social Life, and Brotherhood. It also provides space for a voluntary comment. After analysis of these ratings, Greek Life provides a “Grade”, a star rating from one to five (five stars being the highest rating), and a tier rating of either “Top”, “Middle”, or “Bottom”.
Based on a 64-person rating response, Greek Rank graded Beta Pi as 72.83, warranting three stars, and being top tier. No other fraternity received a three-star rating. The second-highest grade was 52.68, warranting two stars, awarded to Sigma Alpha Epsilon. There were several mentions that Penn’s administrative committee, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL), has described Beta Pi as “up and coming”. Apparently, Beta Pi has already arrived.