About Theta Xi Fraternity

Theta Xi is a North American Greek letter college fraternity. It was founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) on April 29, 1864. Of all the social fraternities that exist today, Theta Xi was the only fraternity founded during the Civil War. Theta Xi's Grand Lodge is headquartered in suburban St. Louis, Missouri. Since its inception, Theta Xi has grown to include more than 60,000 initiated members. Currently, there are approximately 50 active chapters on campuses across the United States.

About Beta Alpha at Georgia Tech

First established in December of 1947, the Beta Alpha Chapter of Theta Xi has a storied 65 year history at Georgia Tech. Our brothers have excelled at academics in almost every major, established themselves as leaders on and off campus, served the community and the world. Most importantly, Beta Alpha brothers have influenced the spiritual growth of thousands of students.

Each active brother is a confirmation of the culture and legacy established by the preceding generations, evidenced by being the 11th chapter in Theta Xi to be granted the "All True Men" status.

Leadership at Beta Alpha

Beta Alpha has produced an incredible number of leaders both during our members' time as students and as alumni. Beta Alpha brothers are passionate men who strive for constant improvement for themselves and Beta Alpha as a whole. Learn more about our leadership teams using the links below. 

Beta Alpha: An Award-Winning Fraternity

Beta Alpha brothers continually strive to excel in their academics, leadership, service, and overall involvement within the walls of our chapter and beyond. Among the many achievements by Beta Alpha, we are proud to have been awarded the on-campus award for outstanding performance by Dean Dull. Beta Alpha was named the winner of the NIC Chapter of Distinction, a national fraternal award. We have also been awarded the Memorial Trophy, which is Theta Xi's most prestigious national award.