Academically focused, singing fraternity begins on campus

Published October 3, 2011 by 360@tcu360.com (Bailey McGowan)

TCU welcomes the founding class of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity to campus this year.

Founded in 1839, the newest chapter of the “singing fraternity,” as it is known nationally, came to campus in June when advisor T.J. Hutchings came to Fort Worth.

The class of 79 men has a combined grade point average of 3.63.