If you are looking to go Greek at Purdue, and looking for a small close knit group of fine young ladies, then Phi Beta Chi could be for you! If you are interested in attending any of our events or have questions, please contact our Recruitment chair, Hannah Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We are a growing chapter on Purdue University's Campus and would love to see you at our upcoming events!
Information about Phi Beta Chi
Phi Beta Chi is a social sorority on Purdue's campus that supports collegiate women academically, spiritually, and socially. The sorority was founded nationally on March 26th, 1978. As a national sorority, we pride ourselves for the 3 Cs; Church, Chapter, and Community. The organization was founded upon Lutheran principles and these principles are celebrated today through the organization's semester church projects and various spiritual life activities. We honor our Lutheran Foundation through the church project and spiritual life events, but it is not required that members be of the Christian Faith. We pride ourselves on academics. We support one another academically and had half of our sisters make the Dean's List and Semester honors this past fall semester! Our sisters have diverse majors that include animal science, food science, biology, public health, engineering, psychology, and marketing. In Fall 2016 we had the second overall highest GPA!
As a national sorority, we pride ourselves in our service to the community. Each semester, Beta Chapter participates in numerous community projects. This past semester, the sisters volunteered at the YMCA at two different events, one was a daddy daughter dance, and the other was a carnival. We also volunteered at Camp Tecumseh and helped landscape, and participated in Purdue's Relay for Life.
Phi Beta Chi is recognized as a social sorority and is active in the Greek Community on Purdue's Campus. We not only value our Greek Community, but we also honor sisterhood. Beta Chapter is a smaller sorority that currently holds 28 active sisters. However, our small numbers allow us to have a close knit bond and strong sisterhood. We have sisterhood activities almost weekly including dinners, movie nights, Starbucks dates, and bowling to name a few. We also complete a chapter project each semester. This year we are going to Eagle Creek, for a day of kayaking and outdoor adventures! Phi Beta Chi-Beta Chapter is a growing sorority on Purdue's Campus. If you have any questions about the sorority, send us a comment under the contact bar. The sisters would love to hear from you!
We the sisters of Phi Beta Chi, shall strive to be faithful and energetic Christian leaders and shall celebrate the Lutheran heritage. We stand for good scholarship, for the guarding of good health, for the maintenance of fine standards, for service to Church and Humanity and for the attainment of excellence in all of our endeavors. In all of our activities, we shall strive to be living symbols of the Rose of Sharon and shall use Love through Life in Christ as the ideal which shall guide our lives. For I am the Rose of Sharon, the Lilly of the Field.
PHI BETA CHI FACTS
Founding Date: March 26, 1978 Mascot: White Lamb Song: "Now a Rose" Colors: Azure Blue and White Flower: White Rose of Sharon Motto: "Amor via Vitae in Christo" "Love through Life in Christ" Symbol: Ellipse Philanthropies: Bethesda Lutheran Communities and YWCA