Where your Journey begins

Welcome to Pi Beta Phi! We’re excited to have you join our sisterhood. Pi Beta Phi builds friends and leaders for life, and we can’t wait for you to get started. This is where it all begins — your orientation to the Fraternity.


Complete your New Member courses in the Pi Beta Phi Online Learning Center.


formerly GreekLifeEdu

This online prevention program is tailored to the needs of college students who are members of Greek letter organizations. This interactive program focuses on inclusion, alcohol consumption, hazing and sexual assault to help members make safer and healthier decisions while building strong communities. 

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Your chapter should enter you as a New Member in eReports. Once they submit your information, you will receive an email from Pi Beta Phi’s webmaster that includes a personalized link. Click this link to claim your pibetaphi.org account.

Click “Continue.” You’ll have the opportunity to edit your information during the account claiming process.  

Your Vice President Operations (VPO) and Director New Member Experience (DNME) can resend you your personal link. They will need to log into eReports and locate your link in the Unclaimed New Members report. 

If you click on your personalized link and it asks for an invite code, this means you’ve already claimed your account. You can log in and start your New Member Education.  

Please visit pibetaphi.org/recover-password to recover your username and/or password.

Once you claim your account, you must wait 24 hours to gain access to the Online Learning Center. After 24 hours, you can begin your courses. 

  • You may need to install or update Java. 
  • Make sure your speakers are turned on and your volume is turned up. 
  • You may need to disable your pop-up blockers. 
  • At the end of each course, click the “Exit Course” button. This action will unlock the next course for you.  
  • You must be logged into pibetaphi.org to access your courses.  

Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Heritage

Every chapter engages in activities designed to help members understand how Pi Beta Phi and its individual chapters have become what they are today. The Fraternity Heritage Module and Activity Guide is available in the Resource Library.

Access the Guide

The Arrow

First published in 1885, The Arrow® is Pi Beta Phi’s quarterly magazine featuring Fraternity news and stories about our members, chapters and clubs. Pi Phis can read the digital version of The Arrow online and submit their stories and photos.

Read The Arrow