Beta Theta Pi Apparel & Merchandise
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- What year was Beta Theta Pi founded?
Beta Theta Pi was founded in 1839 at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio).
- What are Beta Theta Pi's colors?
The fraternity's official colors are delicate shades of pink and blue.
- What is Beta Theta Pi's symbol?
Beta Theta Pi's symbols are the dragon, star, and diamond.
- What is Beta Theta Pi's mission statement?
Beta Theta Pi's mission statement is "Beta Theta Pi is dedicated to developing men of principle for a principled life".