Beta Theta Pi

Beta Theta Pi is over 160 years old and has been at Tennessee Tech since eight men founded it in 1984. Beta Theta Pi has prided itself on brotherhood, friendship, and good grades with a minimum college requirement of a 2.5 GPA to be active on Tech's campus. They have been very active in the community by sponsoring an Easter egg hunt and a Haunted House in Cookeville as well as helping out with many service projects for the city. Beta Theta Pi is also a very active fraternity with annual attendance at Eastern Kentucky University for a Beta basketball tournament, road trips to other chapters in the U.S., and their National Convention.

Whether we're competing on campus or supporting the Golden Eagles, the first mark of a Beta is his Beta Spirit. Brotherhood thrives in community service, competition, cookouts, and late night themes. Beta Theta Pi invites all men to tilt a chair and loaf a while within our broad domain.

Founded: 1839
Chapter Name: Epsilon Phi
Installed: March 28, 1992
Philanthropy: Holland S. Stephen's Center for Prevention of Child Abuse

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