Founded in 1914, the University of Idaho Beta Theta Pi Chapter is the third oldest fraternity on campus. Over the years, some 1,911 men have passed though its walls and house values have not changed: academics, social bonds and true brotherhood.
Beta Theta Pi members past and present are invited to the chapter's
100th Anniversary Reunion
September 19-21, 2014
The weekend-long celebration includes events to bring brothers of all ages together, including a dedication ceremony Friday, Sept. 19, of the Beta Theta Pi remodel. View the Complete Schedule »
Dear Beta Brothers,
We always end our letters with words unspoken. It is time to look eye-to-eye and hear those words again.
The date was set for us 100 years ago, September 19, 1914, members of Theta Mu Epsilon grew from a small local fraternity and became the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Beta Theta Pi. While a great deal has changed over the course of the last century, the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Beta Theta Pi continues its excellence in building young men through leadership, academics, campus involvement, community service and brotherhood.
We warmly invite you to come back home to Beta, September 19-21 as we celebrate our 100th anniversary in Moscow. This all-chapter reunion gives you the chance to catch up with pledge brothers and visit the University of Idaho while it celebrates its 125th anniversary.
The Beta House has been recently remodeled to provide a home for the next century of young men seeking knowledge, wisdom and brotherhood. The Beta legacy is proven and well established at the University of Idaho and with 100 years past, it is time to celebrate our achievements and our next 100 years of cutting diamonds from the rough.
We hope to see you at the Beta House for this weekend that promises to be one you will not forget!
Again and always,