Whats happening at Purdue FarmHouse
Building Tomorrow's Men
The Purdue Chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity and Purdue University share a storied tradition dating back to our official founding in 1952. From our founding to the present, our proud history speaks for itself through high academic achievement and leadership within the University. With more than 1,250 initiates, the Purdue FarmHouse chapter has influenced the lives of numerous men, building lasting friendships in the process. Many of our best college memories can be traced back to our FarmHouse experience.
While many of our alumni have gone on to successful and distinguished careers in agriculture, business, engineering, politics, education and countless other endeavors, the common bond of our brotherhood remains, along with our shared principles and values. Most of us can trace the roots of our success to FarmHouse at Purdue University.
Through FarmHouse we not only learned the importance of friendship, knowledge, service, fellowship, and excellence, but we acquired valuable assets, which include leadership skills, organizational skills, social skills, teamwork, and character. These traits have been integral to our personal success and helped make us the men we are today.
Chapter Current Events
Whats going on at FH right now?
2020 High School Recruitment
Come join our brotherhood!
We will be having our high school recruitment on February 22-23 and March 7-8, at our chapter house! If you want to learn more about us and more information on how to join, follow the link below!
Each year, the Purdue Chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity participates in one of Purdue’s
pronounced traditions, the Grand Prix. This year, we will be entering one kart to
compete with other karts from various campus organizations, Greek houses and outside
teams on April 25, 2020. Participation in this race allows for unique sponsorship
opportunities to promote your brand and company, please support our racing efforts and
take part in a historic Purdue legacy.
On Friday, we had our annual Greek Goddess Philanthropy in Loeb Hall. Sororties and female cooperatives will compete in the talent contest for the title of the FarmHouse Greek Goddess. This year's winner was Anna Bohbrink of Alpha Chi Omega. Together, we raised over $6,000 which all proceeds went to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Follow the link bellow to L&LS's website to donate to help stop Leukemia & Lymphoma cancer.
A FarmHouse Lavalier
In December, we had the amazing opportunity to announce a new member to our chapter. Sneha Jogi was lavaliered by Thomas Letsinger to the Purdue Chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity. The act of lavaliering someone is one of the oldest traditions in the greek community. When a member performs a lavaliere, he is inviting his girlfriend to be a member of the chapter and it is a symbol of their commitment to each other, and his chapter.
Sneha Jogi is a junior from Fishers, Indiana. Sneha is pursing a major in Agricultural Communication, with minors in Food and Agribusiness Management and Spanish for the Profession. She is passionate about fighting hunger, bridging the gap between the agriculture industry and urban areas, and changing the world. And she will.