The Gamma Zeta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi was chartered at Whitman College in 1916. Founded on August 8, 1839 in Oxford Ohio, Beta Theta Pi is the oldest national Greek organization on the Whitman campus and has initiated over 165,000 members world-wide.
We Gamma Zeta Betas are a group of young men committed to striving for excellence in every aspect of our lives at Whitman. Over the years Gamma Zeta Betas have been successful in every field of endeavor that Whitman has to offer, be it on the athletic field, the debate floor, the concert hall or the classroom. Consequently, in addition to upholding the fraternal ideals of our national organization, we value the diversity of our members and their interests.
To learn more about the Gamma Zeta Betas, browse the statistics page, visit betathetapi.org, or contact one of the officers listed below.
President – Alex Scherbatskoy
Vice President – David Kosmos
Secretary - Andrew Kelly
Treasurer – Alec Sugar
Philanthropy - Eric Wehlitz
Scholarship - Chris Juergens
At the end of March 2006, the Gamma Zeta Betas will be celebrating their 90th anniversary! To express our gratitude for the continued involvement and interest of our many alumni we will be having a weekend of events dedicated to their honor. If you would like to learn more about our 90th anniversary or are a Gamma Zeta alumnus and would like to sign up for the events of this weekend celebration, please click here.