Membership in the Beta Eta Alumni Chapter, Inc. (BHAC) is open to all Beta Eta alumni in good standing with the Fraternity who pay the annual membership fee of $35. In return for their support, members of the Alumni Chapter: (1) will be listed in the Beta Eta Data and on the Alumni Chapter website, (2) may run for election to the Alumni Chapter’s Board of Directors, and (3) are eligible to vote at the Annual Meeting held each spring. The fiscal year for the Alumni Chapter runs from July 1 to June 30, and dues shall become due July 1st each year. Regardless of membership status, all Beta Eta alumni in good standing with the Fraternity will receive the Beta Eta Data and invitations to events.
Member dues provide the financial resources needed to effectuate the mission of the organization and enable the BHAC to provide timely and relevant alumni news to all Beta Eta alumni through the publishing of the Beta Eta Data and maintaining this website. Dues also support our efforts to organize and promote meaningful alumni events.
The Alumni Chapter believes that price should not be an impediment to membership and, therefore, has set the dues amount purposefully low at $35. This dues structure sets a premium on participation and the BHAC measures success, in part, by the number of brothers who participate through their annual contribution. Approximately 16% of all living BH alumni were dues paid members during our last fiscal year.
We encourage all Beta Eta alumni to support their Alumni Chapter to enhance our efforts to keep the bonds of brotherhood strong and alive among all Beta Eta initiates.
To join, please fill out and mail us a Membership Form and submit payment by either check, payable to “Beta Eta Alumni Chapter, Inc.”, or online at Paypal.com (a Paypal payment can be made without becoming a Paypal member). If you choose to pay by Paypal, please still mail us the Membership Form so we can confirm that our membership records our current.
The Beta Eta Alumni Chapter, Inc. is a 501 (c) (7) not-for-profit corporation and therefore contributions or gifts are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.