We are the Beta Chi Chapter of the Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity.
Founded on December 11, 1902 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional fraternity that specializes in the Chemical Sciences. It has both collegiate and professional chapters throughout the United States consisting of both men and women. The purpose of the Fraternity is reflected in the Three Objects of the Fraternity, which are:
- To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship.
- To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession.
- To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives.
The Beta Chi Chapter was founded in 1972 at Hampden-Sydney College and pursues to further the objects of the Fraternity in an environment of positive growth and sound learning.
Have questions? Want to chat? Want to know more about rushing or pledging?
Contact one of the officers of the chapter using the link above. Or stop by the Beta Chi House located at the end of Fraternity Circle on the right; there is a blue and yellow sign with the Greek letters Alpha Chi Sigma, in front of the house.
Hope to hear from you soon!