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Beta Theta Pi

Welcome to the WVU.edu Student Organization page for the Beta Psi chapter of Beta Theta Pi at West Virginia University.

Visit our ongoing updated website: BetaThetaPiWVU.wordpress.com

Hope you all had a great 2011-2012 year. The brothers look forward to our first meeting this fall semester with filled the house of 22 brothers and 60 actives. In recent news, the alumni golf tournament was fun and we were delighted to accompany the alumni who came. Also, the housing corp meeting went fairly well as we are building a lot of momentum on getting our house renovated and maintained properly. Efforts on organizing an ongoing fundraising has been strongly pushed and our hopes are high. We will be regularly updating this site, so please stay tuned for future announcements.

Overall summary of the year:
Congratulations to the 8 brothers who graduated this year!
  • Eric Ludwig, Kenneth Donald, Kyle Carroll, Erick Umana, Nicholas Rubenstein, Justin Williams, Andrew Boumnaia, and Morgan James Leach
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