The new Beta Theta Pi Fraternity House on Hanover College’s campus was designed as a replacement facility for the existing house currently owned by the Greek organization. This new fraternity house was designed to hold living units for 38 students. The house’s lower level provides space for community and Greek organization activities. The first level has dining and socialization spaces, bedroom spaces and the house resident’s apartment. The upper two floors accommodate a variety of bedroom configurations, including singles and doubles.
The Beta House was designed to fit the context of the traditional Georgian Colonial architecture on campus. The new facility is located in the residents’ life quad as an expansion of the campus’s facilities towards outdoor athletic fields. This new fraternity house is the first new Greek facility to be built on Hanover’s campus in over 40 years.