Fall 2012 Recruitment
Posted by Michael Viehmann - Recruitment Chairman
First off, welcome to Purdue University! You have made one of the best decisions of your life in choosing to attend one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. With your date to moving to Purdue approaching, it is never too early to start looking into what to get involved in during this next chapter of your life. One of the largest organizations Purdue has to offer is Greek life.
Becoming Greek gives students the opportunity to get involved at Purdue academically, socially, and philanthropically. With over sixty plus active fraternity chapters, Purdue University proudly hosts the third largest Greek organization in the country. One of the most active and traditional chapters at Purdue is the Beta Mu chapter of Beta Theta Pi.
Located at 150 Littleton St, Beta Theta Pi – Beta Mu has shaped Boilermakers into Men of Principle since our inception in 1903. Our chapter has proudly produced many Boilermaker greats such as Stanley Coulter and Purdue legend, John Wooden. With over 2,300 members, Beta Mu prides itself on its rich history and strives to continue to create leaders inside and out of the classroom.
Beta Theta Pi – Beta Mu would like to invite you to the beginning of our recruitment process for the fall semester of 2012. On June 30th, please join us for our recruitment open house at our campus location. This is a great opportunity to meet members young and old of Beta Mu and to learn more about one of the most prestigious organizations at Purdue.
Please contact me at the information below to receive more information about Beta Theta Pi and our recruitment process. Also, please feel free to contact me regarding any other questions you may have about Purdue University. I look forward to meeting you and wish you the best of luck in your time leading up to Purdue. Until then, Boiler up!
Recruitment Chairman – Beta Theta Pi Beta Mu
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