Pi Epsilon, Clemson University

Founded
April 8
2005
Total Members
228
Average GPA
3.52
Total Service Hours
5902

About Pi Epsilon Chapter

Pi Epsilon was founded on April 8, 2005 at Clemson University in Clemson, SC. We've been around 12 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 17. We currently have a total of 228 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.52! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 5902 service hours and $1838.20!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$7,558
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$23,016

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Chapter News

Pi Epsilon Chapter (Clemson University) raises over $1,000 for Special Olympics at Polar Plunge

On Sunday, February 5, 2017, Phi Sigma Kappa hosted a Polar Plunge event, and the Pi Epsilon Chapter at Clemson University  partnered with the fraternity to help raise money for the Special Olympics. The event raised more $12,000, with Pi Epsilon alone raising over $1,000.

The brave participants, Pi Epsilon and Phi Sigma Kappa members, lined up poolside to brave the cold water with thoughts of the Special Olympics in mind.

"All the sisters who participated in the event, along with the ones who came to support, commented on how exciting and fun the Plunge was," said Elizabeth Haas, Historian. "A few awesome Special Athletes even came out to jump in! Phi Sigma Kappa is hoping to make this an annual event and Pi Epsilon Chapter will continue to participate and help raise more and more money to support Special Olympics!"

Bronwyn Bigger, President of Pi Epsilon, leads on Clemson University's campus

Bronwyn Bigger, President of the Pi Epsilon Chapter at Clemson University, attests to the power of her Delta Zeta experience and how it has shaped her life.

"Delta Zeta is amazing because it has given me so many opportunities to learn about myself and others," Bronwyn said. "Being President, I have faced challenges that helped me grow as a person and challenged me to think differently about things that I never would have if I hadn't faced certain situations. I have gotten to know so many women on a more personal level and learned how each and every individual is so different and special. All of our individual interests and abilities are what make our chapters amazing.

"Diversity has been a big focus during my presidency and celebrating differences and stepping out of our comfort zones, unafraid to show our differences, is what I believe will continue to make Delta Zeta amazing!" Bronwyn continued.

"As President of the Pi Epsilon Chapter, I was invited to a diversity dialogue luncheon with the Dean of Students and our new Chief Diversity Officer. We discussed the issues that we see on Clemson's campus surrounding diversity. After the discussion, I was inspired to reach out to the Dean and say a few words about how appreciative I was for the opportunity and also talked a little about the issues of diversity, and how those issues pertain to Greek life on our campus. Since then, we have talked more and he included me on his list of students to call when he needs student leaders who are ready to help him facilitate change.

"It was such an honor to be recognized by him in that way and I feel very excited to have him as an advisor to call on while working towards a more diverse future for Greek life at Clemson!" Bronwyn concluded.