ZBT Celebrates Two Re-Charterings
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is proud to announce the re-chartering of two historic groups in Fall 2017, the Beta Phi Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh and the Beta Psi Chapter at American University.
“The Founding Fathers and the Charter Brothers of these chapters have worked hard to represent ZBT well and grow our Brotherhood. I have no doubt that their drive and determination will lead to long-term excellence for their groups and in their own lives. I look forward to celebrating with the University of Pittsburgh and American University many more successes in the future!” said Laurence A. Bolotin, M.Ed., CAE, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2001.
Re-chartering signifies that the men of these chapters have proven to be a strong brotherhood. They have met the standards set forth by the Supreme Council and deserve to be recognized as a chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Both chapters were celebrated by many undergraduates, alumni, Fraternity leadership and staff and campus guests. We thank the staff members and chapter advisors of these groups for their hard work and dedication.
Beta Phi Chapter
A note of congratulations can be sent to the president of the Beta Phi Chapter: President Jonathan R. Harrison, Class of 2018, at email@example.com. Follow the chapter on Facebook or Instagram.
Nearly 2,300 brothers have been initiated into the ZBT Brotherhood at the University of Pittsburgh. The Beta Phi Chapter was originally founded in 1962.
BETA PSI CHAPTER
A note of congratulations can be sent to the president of the Beta Psi Chapter: President Ryan P. Guerra, Class of 2018, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the chapter on Facebook or Instagram.
Nearly 700 brothers have been initiated into the ZBT Brotherhood at American University. The Beta Psi Chapter was originally founded in 1963.