Go Theta! Go Beavs!
About Beta Epsilon:
The Beta Epsilon chapter was established at Oregon State University on November 10th, 1917. Currently, Beta Epsilon resides in a chapter house on 23rd street, better known to members and Greek Life alike as "The Big Yellow House," and has been home for OSU Thetas since the 1960's. Beta Epsilon currently maintains 137 active members, 60 of whom live in the house.
Each year, B.E. holds a week-long philanthropy event to help raise money for CASA. This philanthropy event, Ironbrawl, stands as one of the largest and most anticipated philanthropy events held at Oregon State University, with participation from both Greek life and non-Greek life students. In 2018, Beta Epsilon raised over $25,000 for CASA with help from family, friends, and the Oregon State community. Additionally, the women of Beta Epsilon have held the top spot among their Greek Life colleagues in grades for the past 8 terms.
Beta Epsilon strives to be scholastic, sisterly, and leading women in their everyday lives, and are proud to call themselves members of Kappa Alpha Theta.