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Volunteer Resources

Helpful documents and important information for volunteers

Volunteer Resources

Volunteers play an important role in the fraternity as mentors, coaches, managers and trainers. Beta invests significantly in the training and support of volunteers at all levels of the organization, including as General Fraternity Officers, chapter advisors and house corporation volunteers.

Key Volunteer Resources

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A hallmark characteristic of Beta Theta Pi has been its deep bench of chapter advisors who tirelessly serve the Fraternity they love.

The need to enlist talented individuals to coach Beta collegians is constant. If you are interested in getting involved, or know a rock star who should be recruited, please complete this Volunteer Referral Form.

The following platforms and pages are available to support chapter advisors:

  • Beta’s Online Learning Center provides access to position descriptions, operating calendars, best practices, and other lessons and resources. Contact Beta’s Administrative Office at 800.800.BETA if you have difficulty logging in.
  • The Collegiate Resources page of Beta’s website hosts information related to Standard Chapter Operating Expectations, chartering, awards, and chapter operations areas like finance, member education, risk management and more.

“Good friend, I am building this bridge for him.”
– “Building the Bridge,” Miss Will Allen Dromgoole

“Beta Theta Pi will be the exemplary standard for collegiate fraternal societies.” – The Vision of Men of Principle

General Fraternity Officers

Several resources for General Fraternity Officers (GFOs) are below. Additional resources for these volunteers are housed on the Learning Center. If you identify a need and don’t find it here, please contact Chief Volunteer Services Officers Erin McHale.

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