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Beta Alpha Omega

Honor, above all


Full Chapter Name Beta Alpha Omega
Nickname Beta
Fraternity Local fraternity, not nationally affiliated
Street Address 6 Webster Avenue, Hanover, NH 03755
Mailing Address Hinman Box 5244, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755
Email Address Beta.Alpha.Omega@Dartmouth.edu
Website http://www.dartmouthbeta.org/
National headquarters N/A
Mission statement  
Chapter colors Pink and blue
Council Membership Interfraternity Council
AXiS Score 2014: 90%
Minimum GPA Required for Membership  
President Fall 2014 Winter 2015 - Chester Brown '15  Spring/Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 - TBD
Rent / dues Rent is charged in the first two weeks of term via college billing. Please note that rent and dues increases generally happen at the beginning of summer term. Please contact the fraternity for details of current rent. Termly chapter dues: not given. Social dues: not given
Awards 2014: Beta Alpha Omega won an Achieving Excellence in Standards Award for Outstanding Performance and Jeffrey Keller won an Athletics All-Star Award.2013: Matthew Lu, '13 won a Kaiser Award, given to students who have most exemplified the ideals and principles of Dartmouth College.
History Beta was originally founded in 1858 at Dartmouth College as a local fraternity named Sigma Delta Pi. Sigma Delta Pi was the seventh fraternity founded at the College. In 1889, the local brotherhood decided to join a national fraternity and the organization soon became the Alpha Omega chapter of Beta Theta Pi. The chapter built a house (now South Fairbanks Hall) in 1904, and it built its second house, on Webster Avenue, in 1933. In the fall of 2008 Beta Alpha Omega re-organized as a local fraternity
Philanthropy Beta has begun and maintained a strong relationship with the UV Haven homeless shelter, with beta members cooking and serving a meal to shelter residents every month during the school year. Additionally, fundraising efforts for local charities such as the Norris Cotton cancer center, Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD), the WISE center and the Upper Valley Haven shelter continue to be successful and fruitful for both fraternity members and the charities
A little bit of information about us Today, Beta Alpha Omega at Dartmouth College continues to occupy the second plot at 6 Webster, drawing in a diverse new class each year from all corners of campus. Beta has a commitment to producing men of principle, encouraging honor, leadership, friendship and fidelity among its members.

Last Updated: 9/4/14