The next chapter for the Beta Rho chapter of Sigma Chi at Montana State University must be written by those who benefited from the first 100 years. This group must thank the visionaries who passed on the Beta Rho legacy to them. Sigma Chi was a home away from home, an opportunity to meet lifelong friends, and ultimately helped members develop into the men they became. Fulfilling the 2025 Vision by providing a safe, competitive, and sustainable home for the  undergraduate brothers requires members and alumni to reevaluate today’s college student’s needs. By initiating an effort a capital fundraising campaign to renovate 722 South Willson Ave. by 2021, they can ensure that future generations of Sigma Chis continue to live, learn, and grow in a facility they are proud to call the Beta Rho house.


  • New flooring

  • Student-focused common areas

  • Updated furnishings

  • Increase residential capacity from 21 men to 34

  • New bathrooms

  • Updated shower facilities

  • Updated wi-fi and wiring

  • Fire sprinkler system

  • ADA accessibility

  • New plumbing

  • All windows replaced

  • New gutters and siding

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