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Beta Theta Pi
Why Shop the Greek U Beta Theta Pi Store?
If you’ve ever tried to find authentic Beta Theta Pi sweatshirts online before, you know that locating something you love can be a difficult process. Add to that the challenge of finding gifts and goods you can actually afford, and it becomes nearly impossible! Luckily for you, Greek U stocks a massive assortment of unique and functional Beta Theta Pi shirts, pants, and gifts.
What’s more, since all of our Beta Theta Pi clothing and apparel is available in different sizes, colors, and styles, you know it’s going to be as “easy as Pi” to find something that you look and feel great in! So, what are you waiting for? Get busy shopping our selection today, and find a gift for yourself or someone else!
The History of Beta Theta Pi
Beta Theta Pi is 177 years old,and was founded on the campus of Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio. As one of the U.S.’s oldest fraternities, Beta Theta Pi currently has more than 110 active chapters and 26 colonies throughout the U.S. and Canada. There are more than 300,000 lifetime members and approximately 10,000 undergraduate members. It is part of the “Miami Triad,” along with Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Chi, although it is the oldest of the three fraternities.
The original purpose of Beta Theta Pi was to promote intellect, responsible conduct, assistance of one’s brother, trust, and integrity. The fraternity’s mission statement is to “Develop men of principle for a principled life.” In 1879, Beta Theta Pi took a bold step and became the first fraternity in history to publish its constitution in full.
Beta Theta Pi is best known for its various leadership programs and Men of Principal Initiative, which support undergraduate students and give them the tools they need to live purposeful lives. Notable graduates of Beta Theta Pi include Douglas Cramer, legendary art collector, Bergen Evans, Rhodes Scholar, Robert Wilson, Playwright, and Ken Welch, an Emmy-winning television writer.