Bologna Society

The Bologna Society is a group of alumni who were initiated at Epsilon Mu, and parents of initiates, who have joined together to make sure the Chapter House is properly maintained and is safe.

Why was the Bologna Society formed?

The Bologna Society was formed to fund ongoing capital improvements while avoiding a large capital campaign.

How has the Bologna Society used the money it has raised?

Alumni involved in the Bologna Society raised over $140,000 in two capital campaigns that fixed major problems such as removal of the asbestos tile replaced by ceramic tile and the perennially leaking bathroom.  Since then, in just two years, the Bologna Society has generated over $20,000 for continual capital maintenance.

Who determines how Bologna Society money will be spent?

The Epsilon Mu Foundation is responsible for maintaining the house and will make requests to the Bologna Society for the use of these funds. Bologna Society funds just completed replacement of the roof and construction of a dormer over fire escape from the third floor. Upcoming needs include an integrated smoke detection system, back-yard fence, concrete repair on the patio, and replacement of the hot water heater.

How much are the dues for the Bologna Society?

Level Definition Amount  
Jr. Bologna Society For Undergraduates or members that have graduated within the past 5 years $75
Bologna Society Bologna Society base membership fee unless you qualify for Jr. Bologna Society membership $150
Silver Scroll Society For brothers who wish to donate $250 $250
Gold Scroll Society For brothers who wish to donate $500 $500
Silver Crest Society For brothers who wish to donate $1000 $1000
Gold Crest Society For brothers who wish to donate $2500 $2500

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