Senior Legacy

Men on campuses across our nation have forged unshakeable bonds of Christian brotherhood through BYX - and they've been doing it for more than 30 years!

Their legacy has laid the foundation on which tens of thousands of brothers have built life-changing relationships they've come to love and cherish.

We want to give you the same opportunity to leave a legacy to the next generation of brothers through a new program called The Senior Legacy.

The Senior Legacy enables graduating members to lay a firm foundation for other men to experience authentic brotherhood on campuses around the country. By providing critical resources to help your BYX chapter build up its scholarship fund, you'll help men coming after you know what it means to wear the letters, BYX.

Your annual gift of your graduation year will begin paving the way for a new generation of brothers to become the men God created them to be.

So thank you for standing with BYX today and leaving a legacy for decades to come!

Senior Legacy Donors:

Class of 2018:

Tennessee: Alex Heaton, Darden Shadrach, David Hamilton, Frank Becker, Jared Shaffer, Joshua Wilson, Matthew Holland, Matthew Odom, Quad Davis, Steven Robbins, Steven Powlis, William Harris.

Nu Chapter: Anderson Miller, David Paul, Grayson Wiles, Heath Moore, Jay Fenton, Joshua Anderson, Josiah Holland, Kelly McGee, Peyton Fite, William Huesken, Noah Black, Michael Brown.

Michigan: Bryant Vergara, Hunter Kelly, Matthew George, Shane Decker, Jon Perry, Joshua Crane, Hunter Holsinger.

UTC: Stephen Henry, Joshua Duncan, Dillon Norton, John Kondor, Elias Wood.

Texas A&M: Compton Stocki, Jack Sagehorn, Steven Houston, Steven Penshorn

Ok State: James Teel, Micha Gillezeau

UNC: Cole Del Charco, William Gillespie

Texas State: Garrett Lucas, Zach Debaylo

Arkansas: Devin Dupree

SMU: Zach Conley

Auburn: Benjamin Seneker

Reid Compagner - Michigan

"BYX provides a group and a place that is equally safe and challenging. It’s a group of brothers you can live life with, share anything with, and feel free to be yourself in; but it’s also a group of brothers who are there to be your challengers, making you want to be a better servant of the Kingdom."