For more than 160 years, the Pi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi has been an important part of Indiana University and the Bloomington community. Since their founding in 1845, the Pi Chapter sets itself apart from other fraternities on campus by producing men who have distinguished themselves as scholars, athletes, and Men of Principle.
Beta Theta Pi has been one of the leading fraternities on campus. The Pi Chapter has produced distinguished, successful young men and has one of the highest chapter grade point averages. The brotherhood at Beta Theta Pi is based on the three core values: mutual assistance, cultivation of the intellect, and unfaltering fidelity. The Beta network of brothers continues to grow each semester with a diverse group of young men with unique majors, interests, and backgrounds.