Since 1845, the Pi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi has been an important part of Indiana University and the Bloomington community. To remain a viable partner in the development of young men today, an ambitious fraternity capital campaign, with a goal to raise $4.3 million, was essential for reconstruction of the chapter house. Through heavy fraternity engagement and fraternity communications, the fraternity capital campaign made the following improvements:

  • Renovated facade with Indiana limestone, half-timber stucco accents, and a new Tudor slate roof

  • A new Great Hall, front entry, and entrance tower

  • A fully restored bronze lantern originally installed at the previous residence in 1928

  • Expanded study space, technology upgrades, and a more competitive chapter house to attract quality men

  • Adherence to fire codes and mandatory safety requirements

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