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Some 50 chapters are still in the thick of recruitment season, yet more than 1,600 young men from 78 chapters have already been recruited and chosen to “Go Beta” this fall. Curious to see some of their results? This month, the Fraternity checks in with chapters at Arkansas, Chapman, High Point, Miami (Fla.), Mississippi, Oklahoma and Wabash for a recruitment update.


Big recruitment news from Beta’s chapter at Arkansas: 63 new members have joined the Eta Mu Chapter. It’s the largest recruitment class since the chapter established on campus in 2012. The chapter now impressively stands at 184-men strong. Welcome to the Fraternity!


Record-breaking numbers is the result of top-notch recruitment at Chapman. The Eta Theta Chapter welcomed 34 new members into our Beta brotherhood, the largest recruitment class since establishing in fall 2011. Great work on recruiting men of principle, brothers.

High Point

It’s a five-year high for High Point. The men of the Eta Xi Chapter recruited 20 new members this fall and they couldn’t be more excited for their new brothers. Welcome to the brotherhood!

Miami (Fla.)

Checking in on recruitment at the Fraternity’s southernmost chapter and these new members already have the first mark of a Beta. Miami (Fla.) has 21 young men joining the ranks, one of its largest fall classes in recent history. Welcome to the Beta family!


Beta’s chapter at Ole Miss sure knows how to go big with recruitment. For the third time since 2015, the chapter surpassed an 80-man new member class, with 86 joining the Beta Beta Chapter this fall. Congrats to the Fraternity’s new members joining a one-of-a-kind brotherhood.


Beta’s chapters in the Sooner State put in some hard work during recruitment this year. The Oklahoma chapter recruited 62 new members, consistent with their year-to-year averages for the fall term. Oklahoma State, one of the first chapters to announce its newest recruitment class, reported 52 young men back in June. Welcome to the brotherhood!


At Wabash College, 15 new members donned Beta-lettered hats to signify their fraternity decision. It would be hard not to choose one of the greatest college fraternities in North America. Already, more than 1,300 young men have been recruited and chosen Beta this academic term across the Broad Domain.

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