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Membership in Beta Theta Pi lasts far beyond just our years in college. Brothers benefit from a lifetime of friendship and support.The undergraduate chapter wants to stay connected to its alumni so you can feel proud of their accomplishments, maintain and rekindle friendships and have a chance to give back to the Brotherhood. Get in touch with the Brothers organizing Beta alumni activities.

Please also consider making a donation, whatever amount you can, and help make WPI Beta brothers’ experience even more memorable!

We have 3 options where you can direct your donation:

  1. House Savings: This donation will be used in buying a WPI Beta house. Having a house in which brothers can call home is a crucial part for building and maintain a strong fraternity. Every dollar counts and makes our dream a reality that much sooner!

  2. Ritual Supplies Fund: This will allow us to buy our own supplies instead of renting from another chapter each time.

  3. General Savings & Areas of Most Need: This is kept as an emergency fund, and also used for the financial investments that we are making. The money you donate to general savings will go to the area of most need.

Here is the link to donate! Thank you for your part in helping to build the bridge, brothers!

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