The Lambda Chapter of Beta Theta Pi enjoys a long history at the University of Michigan. Beginning In 1845, the chapter eventually closed in 2007 and recolonized in 2011. At the time of recolonization, alumni leaders announced Restore 604: The Lambda Project; Honoring the Past, Ensuring the Future capital campaign. Through fraternity engagement and fraternity fundraising, they were able to improve the chapter house and build endowments to preserve their legacy. Improvements include:

  • Install carpet in great room and study room on the main floor

  • Purchase new living and study room furniture

  • Tile entry and remodel visitor bathrooms

  • Upgrade to commercial kitchen

  • Remodel dining hall

  • Convert portion of basement into chapter hall and new TV lounge

  • Purchase new sleeping room furniture, add new carpet and paint, and upgrade bathroom plumbing



  • Provide scholarships and funding to leadership conferences and training for members

  • Provide funding for the Men of Principle Scholarship

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