Developing Men of Principle for a Principled Life
Mutual Assistance | Intellectual Growth | Trust | Responsible Conduct | Integrity
This fall, thousands of college-aged men will become brothers of Beta Theta Pi. If you or someone you know are interested in learning more about the Beta experience, complete a referral form and a local chapter leader will be in touch.
The spring issue features an in-depth interview with Fox News Foreign Correspondent Trey Yingst, American ’16; a final farewell to former Administrative Secretary Bob Cottrell, Miami ’54; chapter reports and more.
The Fraternity is hiring for a variety of staff positions, including chapter development consultants for the 2023-24 academic year. Visit the careers page for current openings and more information on the perks of working for the Administrative Office.
"Beta has given me a group of men who I can call my brothers and have no trouble confiding in or having fun with. Being a transfer student, I thought it would be tough to find a good group of people I identified with, but as soon as I found Beta, I found a group of people who gave me a home."Bryan Golombik, Colorado ’21
"I am proud to be a Beta because I believe the legacy I have left and the brotherhood I have created are not bound to now but will be with my brothers and me throughout and even after my lifetime. Beta was a place I could call home when I felt like I was far away from home because I had found a group of brothers who excelled in pursuing their life goals, being leaders, playing an active role in their community, bettering themselves every day, and having a great time while doing it."Rajay Dockery, South Florida ’21
“There are many stigmas surrounding Greek life on college campuses, but I am part of a group of individuals that follows and lives the values of the organization and helps break barriers for all. Being in Beta allows me to commit to serving a purpose much greater than myself. I am always proud to wear the letters, as a symbol of everything that Beta represents.”Jairo Becerra, Oregon ’23
“I am proud to be a Beta because we exist with purpose. As Betas, we add meaningful action to our values and vision. When I helped found Beta at James Madison, I wanted to change Greek life and create a new space. Before fall 2018, there was no space at JMU for men to find brotherhood grounded in authenticity. A space where men are built rather than taken down, where brothers find fraternity invulnerability rather than hazing, where grades are held high, and values held close. I’m proud to be a Beta because the brotherhood I helped create was the home many men at JMU finally found that they identified with...”John Maiorana, James Madison ’21