"Alma Mater first, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater"
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Rush Theta ChI?
Rushing Theta Chi
Since its founding in 1856 at Norwich University, Theta Chi has grown to more than 219 chapters and colonies across the United States and Canada; and has initiated more than 160,000 brothers. This section of our website is dedicated to helping men like yourself learn more about our values, members, and programs. You will also find information you may not have thought about when considering which fraternity is right for you, and you will want quality information to make an educated decision.
Becoming a member of Theta Chi is more than just becoming part of a club. It provides you with the opportunity to be involved with an international brotherhood spanning over 150 years, to refine your personal and social skills, to develop a sense of belonging and fellowship in a college environment, and to jump-start your success after college. It also encourages you to broaden your college experiences through leadership programming, intramural events, academic support, inter-Greek events, regional conferences, and international conventions.
With close to 50 active members, the Beta Xi chapter is one of the largest and most diverse fraternities on campus. The Beta Xi chapter is represented in BSC organizations such as the SGA, the Honor Council, Quest II: the Student Programming Board, 'Southern Ambassadors, and more. We also have members who are leaders in their respective collegiate sports such as basketball, lacrosse, tennis, golf and football just to name a few.
The journey towards full membership in Theta Chi may have already begun for you, and we hope that Theta Chi ends up being the right fraternity for you. If there is information not covered in this website, or if you wish to speak with someone directly regarding your desire to join Theta Chi and to learn about rush events, please contact the Recruitment Chairmen of Theta Chi at BSC -
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