Pytte Cup is half of the Order's developmental programming and aims to support chapter's and their leaders by utilizing a reflection process to achieve specific long-term goals with relation to the four Greek pillars: scholarship, ritual, citizenship, and leadership. Chapter's undergo individual modules to assist with outlining where they are (their current atmosphere, chapter engagement, involvement), where they hope to go (their ideal endpoint), how they will get from where they are to where they want to be (their action plan and milestones), and finally a reflection on the learning process (self and chapter reflection). The Pytte Cup process culminates in a presentation to the Order and Greek Life Office, where evaluators give honors to each chapter and bestow these formally during Giortaste.
Any chapter is welcome to reach out to the Order to get involved with our developmental programming. Some past topics that have been extensively discussed within Pytte Cup have varied widely throughout the years, but some recent examples include creating sustainable internal practices, increasing meaning and involvement within service and citizenship, and creating a meaningful new-member education program fro incoming brothers and sisters within their chapter.
Visit the our Pytte Cup page for more information on the program as well as view resources and important dates for current Pytte Cup Chairs.