Chartered on December 1st, 1883, the Pi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order at the University of Tennessee is one of the oldest and most prosperous chapters on campus. Pi Chapter has received many pretentious awards such as the Ammen Award in 2017, a KA national award given to the top 15% of chapters across the nation, and the Marshall Award in 2010, which is given to one of the top three KA chapters across the nation. Along with these national awards, Pi chapter achieved the Scholastic Excellence award from 2015-2017 from UT for having a chapter GPA above 3.25, and has constantly ranked at the top, or near the top, of GPAs for IFC fraternities at UT. Our chapter is very diverse scholastically as we have brothers with a wide range of majors including: business management, biochemistry, accounting, sports management, architecture, engineering, supply chain management and many more. Pi chapter continues to grow at the University of Tennessee and looks to bring on new members who are excellent students, leaders, and gentlemen on our campus. Wheat Barley!

- Caleb Thomas, Number IV

If you are interested in rushing Pi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order, contact Caleb Thomas at or 865-255-3374