Pi Xi, University of Central Florida

About Pi Xi Chapter

Pi Xi was founded on March 18, 2012 at University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL. We've been around 6 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 15. We currently have a total of 140 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.31! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 143 service hours and $2796.00!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$4,763
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$41,163

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Chapter News

Skating Through the Decades

The ladies of the Pi Xi chapter at the University of Central Florida skated through the decades at Let’s Skate Orlando on September 6th.

As the semester began, Pi Xi wanted to get to know their new members in a way that was unconventional. They dressed for the decades. From classic ‘50s to the grunge of the ‘90s, they skated to roll of some steam.

“I like skating because I feel free and relaxed,” Kyhla Rejas, a senior interdisciplinary studies major, said.

Rejas has been skating since she was a little girl and loved this event because she got to show off her moves and become closer to the new member she now calls her little!

While there were plenty of sisters that skated like pros, there were plenty of girls holding on to the rails for their first time in a skating rink.

Payton Hiday, sisterhood chair of the Pi Xi chapter, put this event together. Her goal as sisterhood chair is to have events that are meaningful to sisters.

“It’s the small things that bring the chapter together, and something as little as having everyone dress up in decade themed outfits and making a fool of themselves on the rink gives us a chance to let loose and enjoy our time together,” Hiday said.

It didn’t matter whether girls were pros or clumsy beginners, the whole point of skating was bringing sisters and new members together.

“I had a good time getting to know all of my new sisters and meeting new people,” Brooke Sincebaugh, a freshman legal studies major, said.

This year the ladies of the Pi Xi chapter took 63 new members. They are so excited to grow as a chapter.

“It’s not about how fancy and lavish the events are, but more of how we can bring the girls in Delta Zeta together and just enjoy each other’s company,” Hiday said.

Pi Xi Chapter raises $40,800 at University of Central Florida's Knight-thon to benefit Arnold Palmer Hospital

Pi Xi members Lauren Ettus and Kameron Williams at Knight-thon 2017.

Members of the Pi Xi Chapter enthusiastically participated in Knight-thon at the University of Central Florida in early April, 2017, raising an amazing $40,800 for the cause. This dance marathon raises money for Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, which is the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. This nyear overall, Knight-thon raised $1,250,961.

Morgan Peterson and Fiona Romney at Knight-thon 2017.

All funds raised went directly to the hospital to help the children receiving treatment at the Arnold Palmer Hospital. "Many of our sisters are extremely passionate about Knight-thon," said Sara Fogarty, LAMP Editor, "and have been on the Morale Team and even the Executive Board of Knight-thon. We are very proud of how much work our sisters put into this amazing cause."