Pi Kappa Phi - Eta Psi

Pi Kappa Phi at the University of Central Florida

Eta Psi Leadership


Richard Bohm III

Phone: 727-239-5773

Email: rickybohmiii@gmail.com

Vice President

Noah Barefoot

Phone: 407-580-1364

Email: barefoot.noah@gmail.com


Payton Williams

Phone: 239-699-2258



Austin Spears


Email: atspears77@gmail.com


Vincent Messina


Email: vinnymessina@knights.ucf.edu


Martin Salgado

Phone: 561-310-6744

Email: martinrsalgado09@gmail.com


Brendan McCrea



Risk Manager

Richard "Trey" Murray III

Phone: 321-305-0229

Email: treymurray0112@gmail.com

Director of Philanthropy

Chase Mills

Phone: 904-524-5699

Email: chasemills21@gmail.com

Eta Psi's achievements and honors

Sorority Sweethearts & Competitions

Jesse Sheplow, Mr. CASAnova for Kappa Alpha Theta (2017)

Carlos Jara, Phi Guy for Alpha Epsilon Phi (2018)

Alpha Epsilon Phi: Bowlanthropy 2018, 1st Place

Alpha Xi Delta: Dodgebrawl 2017, 2nd Place

Gamma Phi Beta: Moonball Philanthropy 2017, 1st Place

Kappa Kappa Gamma: 

Wingin' it with Kappa 2018, 2nd Place

Kickin' it with Kappa 2017, 1st Place

UCF Campus Involvment

One of our fraternity's core values is campus involvement. We have the most involved brotherhood on campus. Many of  our brothers are involved with Student Government, the RWC, Orientation Team, LEAD Scholars, and are students in the Burnett's Honor's College. Some of our highest regarded brothers have received prestigous honors such as serving on the President's Leadership Council for UCF President John C. Hitt and will continue to serve with Dale Whittaker.

Academic Achievement

Over 20 brothers making the Dean's List (2017)

Highest Chapter GPA for IFC (2016)

National Chapter Awards

Pi Kappa Phi Four Star Chapter (2018)

Pi Kappa Phi Master Chapter Award (2018)

Our Proud History

The Founding Fathers

On a quiet December evening in 1904 in Charleston, S.C., three friends—Andrew Kroeg, Simon Fogarty and Harry Mixson—made a choice to lead. Those three men chose to start their own fraternity. The three grew to seven; seven grew to eight; eight grew to 11. From the College of Charleston, they spread to nearby Presbyterian in 1907and then to California in 1909. In just over four years, Pi Kappa Phi had become a truly national fraternity. Over the course of a century, a fraternity with humble beginnings has grown into a brotherhood of more than 120,000 strong. 

Old Eta Psi

March 1999, a group of extraordinary men came together and brought the values and letters of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity to the University of Central Florida. Our brothers brought forth a new culture to our campus and influenced the school around them. The men who started the chapter have gone on to pass their wisdom and experiences to the new brothers of Eta Psi. These men are now leaders all over the nation shaping the world around them.

New Eta Psi

Flash forward to today, a new generation of men redefined once more what it meant to be in a fraternity. Our brothers now are leading the campus in new and innovating ways. We strive to embody our seven core values and live the words of our student creed. Pikapp has allowed each brother to become a man who leads by example, and challenge the status quo. Eta Psi has shaped UCF Greek Life for the better.