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For More Information, Contact:

Maureen Keefer
Assistant Dean of Students
Student Life
412-397-6484 phone
412-397-6318 fax

Fraternity & Sorority Alumni


Alumni Support Opportunities

Robert Morris University agrees that fraternity and sorority membership is a lifelong experience and encourages our alumni to stay involved with their chapter. The university supports alumni involvement by coordinating with chapters on Homecoming tailgate parties or providing training for alumni volunteers serving chapters as advisors.
  • Advisement - research shows that no matter the institution, relationships and mentoring matters most for students to be successful. We support all chapters in identifying and training alumni to serve the chapters as advisors and mentors. If you are interested in assisting your chapter on our campus, please contact your chapter's inter/national headquarters.

  • Networking & Job/Internship Assistance - the university believes fraternity and sorority membership is a lifelong commitment and we wish to support fraternity and sorority members connect with current students to assist with professional networking and assistance with placement for internships and employment. If you are interested in Greek alumni networking events or would like to assist current students in fraternity and sorority chapters find internships or professional employment, please contact the Office of Student Life.

  • Financial Support - for those alumni who wish to financially support the fraternity/sorority experience at RMU, there are several ways you can designate your financial donation to the university to honor your experience. Unfortunately, at this time the university can't accept gifts earmarked for a specific chapter. However, several chapters have scholarship endowments with RMU.

Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Fund

RMU alumni can now support their alma mater while also supporting the university's Greek community. The Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Fund provides program support for leadership development for RMU undergraduate students in a fraternity or sorority. The fund also supports student travel to national leadership conferences, funding to bring speakers or leadership programs to campus, and augment the registration costs of leadership conferences and national conventions.

In 2017-2018, the Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Fund was used to support:
  • "Motivating the Middle" by TJ Sullivan for all new presidents
  • One scholarship for the Interfraternity Council president to attend the Prime conference for IFC presidents in Indianapolis
  • Scholarships to send two students to the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) in Bloomington, IN
  • Copies of "Getting Great in the Door" by Tom Healy for select fraternity recruitment chairs
  • Support of the inaugural Impact weekend retreat for emerging leaders
Click here to donate!

Fraternity/Sorority Related Scholarship Funds at RMU
  • Alpha Chi Rho/Norbert K. Pietrzak Endowed Scholarship - Named in honor of Dr. Norbert Pietrzak, faculty-emeritus in biology and longtime advisor of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. Awarded to a full-time student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have a demonstrated commitment to leadership and community service. Preference given to a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity and/or a student studying Environmental Science. Click here to donate

  • Alpha Phi Delta/Leon J. Panella Memorial Scholarship - Named in honor of Leon Panella, a member of Alpha Phi Delta fraternity and past president of its Pittsburgh Alumni Club. Awarded to anyone in an IFC fraternity or Panhellenic sorority with a 3.0 cumulative GPA with consideration of financial need. Online donations coming soon!

  • R. Eric Fonte Memorial Scholarship - Named in honor of Eric Fonte - better known as Doc - was an active member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and the Interfraternity Council. Awarded to a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior. Must be a member of Greek Organization with a good GPA and an active leader on campus and in the community. Click here to donate

  • Marco Giovengo Memorial Fund - Named in honor of Marco Giovengo, who was an active member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Awarded to a student majoring in Sport Management with financial need and in good academic standing with a minimum 3.50 GPA. Click here to donate

  • Phi Delta Theta/Michael R. Haines Memorial Scholarship - Named in honor of Mike Haines, who was a founding member of Phi Delta Theta's Pennsylvania Pi chapter at RMU and served as a member of the chapter's advisory board until his death. Awarded to an undergraduate male enrolled full-time with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference given to an individual involved in an RMU fraternity or sorority. Click here to donate

  • Shaun Pamfilie Memorial Scholarship - Named in honor of Shaun Pamfilie, who when he was a student was an active member of Kappa Delta Rho fraternity. Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student highly involved in campus activities. Preference given to Sport Management majors. Click here to donate

  • Amanda Marie Werkmeister Memorial Scholarship - Named in honor of Amanda Werkmeister, an active member of Delta Zeta sorority. Awarded to a full-time member of Delta Zeta sorority with Junior or Senior status, a minimum 3.0 GPA, and significant volunteer experience. Click here to donate