Spring 2017 Rush


Phi Chi Theta Zeta Chapter is a professional co-ed fraternity for business and economics students at Boston University. Unlike other professional organizations on campus, our mission centers around social and digital entrepreneurship, providing the social and networking resources required to navigate the turbulent business world. Learn more about us during rush week!

Zeta Chapter

As one of the eight original founding chapters of the national fraternity, Phi Chi Theta Zeta was originally chartered at Boston University in the 1920s. After curtailing in the 1970s, a team of 11 students met in 2014 with the mission of reactivating the local founding chapter. Today Phi Chi Theta Zeta has over 50 members, all with the mission of leveraging their professional careers to provide positive social change to the world around them.

Our Guiding Principles



Learning never stops no matter how old you are. Everyday, we strive to be the best principled business leaders that we can be and hold ourselves and others to the highest standards of conduct.


Our members emphasize the importance of improving total social welfare through business activities and strive to provide a myriad of solutions to make the world a better place to live.


We are not just a fraternity, we are a family. We build strong foundations upon our similar interests to create friendships which follow us throughout our professional careers.

Are you ready for the next wave of business? Join Boston University's Phi Chi Theta chapter and thrive in a community of intelligent individuals who will work with you and push you to the best character you will be. We are looking for college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in business, technology, or economics. Check out what Phi Chi Theta is all about!