Our Chapter Today: Since our founding on June 5, 1913, Pi Zeta has initiated over 1,800 men into the chapter. We now have over 90 of the most active, intelligent men at WPI positively impacting the campus and community surrounding it. Over a quarter of our active undergraduates hold a leadership position on campus, another 20+ on varsity teams, and more than 95% of the members are involved in two or more clubs and organizations outside the chapter.
In 2016, the chapter was able to raise over 182,000 pounds of food for our national philanthropy Feeding America. With the help of many local businesses and Worcester community along with the 750 hours of community service the members put in, countless number of families in need received aid.
Our Legacy: The fraternal experience is important to the development of college men now more than ever. As men come to college from a wide variety of backgrounds, the fraternity experience is critical in developing social skills, leadership capabilities, and a sense of brotherhood unlike any other group on campus. Pi Zeta attracts leaders, scholars, and athletes and develops them into great men based on a common set of values.
Student Government Presidents. . . campus leaders. . . CEOs. . . innovators. . . WPI Hall of Fame inductees. . . Emmy award winners. . . doctors. . . athletes. . . WPI trustees. . . these are just some of the titles our Pi Zeta alumni have held in our rover 100 years. Those same alumni have called many places home while at WPI, but they all had the ΛΧΑ letters on them. Whether you lived at Fruit Street, Trowbridge Road, Boynton Street, or at our current home at 30 Dean Street, you had a place to call home while you were off at school. It also meant that you were a member of one of the premiere fraternal experiences at WPI and within the broader brotherhood of Lambda Chi.
Roster, Pi 1 to Pi 1766 -- searcheable roster in-the-works
1767 Alumni; 1347 Active (52 without contact any information); 357 Deceased; 76 Inactive