Becoming a Phi Beta Upsilon Brother

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Membership Has Its Priviledges
Phi Beta Upsilon holds its education and initiation programs at two Colleges located in North Central and Southern New Hampshire. Our education and initiation process is designed to build leadership qualities, respect for Foreign War Veterans, camaraderie and unity within our organization, as well as instill all of the necessary qualities to build future leaders in our communities.

We carefully screen our prospective members based on the following personal qualities:

  Potential leadership skills
Desire to succeed
Willingness to help others in community service
To qualify for membership, you must be:
  A registered student with Plymouth State College or Daniel Webster College
Maintain at least a 2.0GPA while undergoing the pledging process

Get More Information
If you think you have what it takes to become a Phi Beta Upsilon Brother, then we'd be happy to answer any questions you might have, and follow up with you about either joining the Phi Beta Upsilon Organization, or starting your own chapter.
If you have any questions about joining our organization, tell us a little bit about yourself and request some information. Click HERE
If you have questions about starting a chapter at your particular College or University, Click HERE




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