Grand Council Approves Re-Chartering for Rho-Beta at Michigan State

Grand Council Approves Re-Chartering for Rho-Beta at Michigan State

The Offices of the Grand Chapter is pleased to announce the Fraternity's Grand Council has unanimously approved the re-chartering of the Rho-Beta colony at Michigan State University.

TKE at Michigan State University was first founded on April 19, 1986, and most recently returned to campus in the spring of 2015. Since returning, the group has actively exhibited a strong commitment to fulfilling the Fraternity’s mantra “Better Men for a Better World.”

The group’s continued efforts since first being established has set Rho-Beta colony on the fast-track to chartering. In just over a year, the group has grown to 52 active members and surpassed the service and philanthropy goals as set by the Offices of the Grand Chapter.

Frater Ashwin Sanzgiri, Prytanis of the Rho-Beta colony, said in a statement following word of the group’s chartering, "When we first got started last April we knew we had a good group of people. The hard work of the executive board and continued contribution from the chair positions and active Fraters reaffirmed that. We have grown incredibly close in one year and I can't wait to see what the future holds for our chapter."

The re-chartering will take place Sunday, April 24, at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in East Lansing. Grand Hegemon Tony Clemens will serve as Chief Installing Officer.

Learn more about the Rho-Beta Re-Chartering Banquet.

For more information, please contact:

Daniel Klopfenstein
Board of Advisors Member
317-872-6533 ext. 252

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