Beta Beta Honors 100 Years Through the Beta Beta Centennial Leadership Fund

by Katie Gates in Press Release

Beta Beta seeks to celebrate a century of sisterhood through the endowment of a chapter leadership fund

In recognition of 100 years since their founding at Michigan State University, the Beta Beta chapter has partnered with Alpha Phi Foundation to create the Beta Beta Centennial Leadership Fund.

Beta Beta Initiation Portrait in 1946

Beta Beta’s history dates to 1922 when The Feronian Society, the first women’s organization at Michigan State, petitioned Alpha Phi to become its newest chapter and the first women’s fraternity on campus. Since then, our Beta Beta sisters have gathered, studied, and excelled as Alpha Phis and leaders throughout the years and continue to lead the way on their campus and in their communities.

In celebration of their founding sisters who forged a new beginning in Alpha Phi, alumnae members of the Beta Beta chapter have come together to launch another legacy through the endowment of the chapter’s leadership programming. Through this endowment, donors can to invest in cutting-edge leadership education and strengths development programs tailored to the needs of each incoming pledge class.

We look forward to seeing what the next century has in store for Beta Beta women. Learn more about Beta Beta’s Centennial Celebration and make a tax-deductible gift today towards the Beta Beta Centennial Leadership Fund.

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