Craigielea 125th Anniversary and Rededication Celebration
For over 125 years the brothers of Chi Phi have shared a life of scholarship and service in the halls of Craigielea.
After four years of extensive renovations, you are invited to join your brothers in a celebration of our renewed shared home and over a century of tradition and shared history.
Online registration is now closed. We are still accepting registrations for the 125th by mail, as space allows. Use the reply card from your formal event invitation and mail as indicated with your check. If you’ve misplaced your invitation, download the reply card, pricing, and mailing instructions here.
Don't forget to also book your lodging!See event site for more details.
Chi Phi Recognized for Achievement
This year, Xi was acknowledged at the University Greek Awards ceremony by winning three of the most prestigious awards from among 60 competing chapters:
- Omega Award for Integrity in Undergraduate Leadership
- The Distinguished Alumni Service Award
- The Most Improved Chapter
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ABOUT THE XI CHAPTER
Since becoming one of the original members of Cornell's Greek system over 135 years ago, Chi Phi has remained one of the strongest fraternities at Cornell.
Through hard work, the Chi Phi brotherhood has established itself in many ways on the Cornell campus. Athletically our brothers have a strong presence on both varsity and club teams. Leaders on the field and off, Chi Phis frequently captain the golf, rugby, club soccer and sprint football teams, as well as maintaining a presence in ROTC. Socially, Chi Phi is a house held in high esteem with many people long anticipating the 'High Life' and 'New Years in November' parties.
For a Cornell student, the experience of belonging to a fraternity can be rich and rewarding. At Chi Phi, we strive to provide that wealth and satisfaction, exemplifying the best a fraternity has to offer.