The brotherhood of Beta Theta Pi is made of three categorizations - new members, undergraduate members, and alumni members. To see profiles of each man associated with the John Carroll chapter of Beta Theta Pi, please click on the appropriate link.
Brotherhood is a term not often well-defined in words, but more in feelings. The brothers of Beta Theta Pi have a very strong bond - with each other and with the organization - that will extend far beyond their undergraduate years. Through casual activities such as weekly wing nights, pick-up games of basketball, study groups, or simply watching a movie together, or through more formally-organized activities like weekly chapter meetings, service projects, retreats, social mixers, or barbeques, the brothers become closer with each passing day.
The feeling of brotherhood is not only shared amongst those with ties to the John Carroll chapter. Beta Theta Pi has more than 125,000 living members, and has a home on roughly 120 campuses in the United States and Canada. Those members fortunate to attend any of the Fraternity's award-winning leadership development opportunities can personally attest to the scope and power of brotherhood found in Beta's Broad Domain.