Beta Theta Pi (ΒΘΠ)


Beta Theta Pi log

The Zeta Epsilon chapter of Beta Theta Pi chartered at Villanova University in the spring of 1995. As a chapter of Beta Theta Pi, we are proud to say that we are one of the top 10 largest Fraternities in the country and have been named as the “Number one Fraternity for future CEOs.” During our time on Villanova’s campus, we have fully committed ourselves to our General Organization’s mission of “Building principled men for a principled life.” Men who pass through our chapter will be taught how to be gentlemen and leaders not only in the classroom, but in every facet of their lives moving forward.Chapter Website


Intellect, Responsible Conduct, Mutual Assistance, Integrity, Trust




Tommy Nevin
Vice President of Brotherhood Bryce Nevola
Vice President of Communications Andrew McCawley
Vice President of Finance Sam Saferstein
Vie President of Risk Management Greg Boccafola
Vice President of Rick Managment Aidan Conniff
Recruitment Chair Mitchell LaiFook
Social Chairman Stephen Wickwire
Social Chairman Thomas Doheny
Pledge Educator Tommy McHugh
Philanthropy Chair
Alex Langa
Service Chair John Dolan
Scholarship Chair Jack Saffian
Public Relations Chair Dan Rosenberger
Alumni Relations Chair Mark Capella
Ritual Chair Robby Hill
Intramural Chair Kevin Calhoun
IFC/IGC Delegate Ryan DiLeva


Beta Theta Pi has been partnered with Blossom Philadelphia (formerly United Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia) since our founding. In over 20+ years our chapter has provided, on average, over $10,000 per year to Blossom and continues to be an advocate to increase the organization’s exposure to the surrounding community. Our next event to support Blossom will be our 25th annual Ducky Races held at Villanova University on April 29th.

Additionally, our chapter is also a proud supporter of Miracle 4 Molly, a second year event that was started by an alumnus of our chapter. Miracle 4 Molly works to raise awareness and funds for Rett Syndrome Research Trust. Our chapter is proud to support one of our own and his daughter as they continue to search for a cure for Rett Syndrome.