The Beta Theta Pi Leadership Development department is dedicated to:
To achive this mission, Beta Theta Pi provides numerous leadership opportunities for its undergraduates to meet and learn from fellow Betas throughout North America:
The Presidents Academy: This academy brings all chapter and colony presidents to Oxford for three days of intense discussion and leadership training.
Keystone Regional Leadership Conferences: A high quality, regional education experience focusing on chapter officer development, principled leadership and volunteer training. Although Beta has other popular values-based leadership opportunities, this is the first that will teach operational concepts to chapter officers and advisors.
The Wooden Institute: An intense five-day educational experience, introduced in 1999, designed to lead groups of 70 undergraduate Betas — identified as prospective leaders — through a program of fraternal values, leading with integrity, enhancing chapter motivation, team-building, effective confrontation and service learning.
The Beta Wilderness Challenge: In her pioneering spirit, Beta Theta Pi offers a 100 percent outdoor, high adventure experience open to undergraduates. This outdoor leadership experience, a six-day backpacking journey into the Utah mountains, takes participants through a bold agenda focusing on Beta Ritual and a series of challenging outdoor elements.
Leadership College: This experience provides leadership training and education for up-and-coming leaders of Beta chapters and colonies during the Fraternity's General Convention.
Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI): This North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) program is a principle-centered institute, designed to create momentum toward positive change for campus and Greek communities.
Futures Quest: This program focuses on leadership and personal development for the fraternal experience and beyond.