Theta Tau Policies and Procedures Manual Theta Tau Membership Education Models, scroll down to Recruitment and New Member Education. Hazing Prevention Network Campus Resources - each campus has a department that the Theta Tau chapter reports to. These are different at each campus but could be the Office of Student [...]
Leadership Info Theta Tau is governed by the Executive Council, a board of elected members. Assisting the Executive Council is a Central Office, staffed by five employees representing fraternal life experience from five other fraternities or sororities. Information on both the Executive Council and Staff can be found here.
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A Professional Fraternity is a specialized fraternity which limits its membership to a specific field of professional education in accredited colleges and universities. For Theta Tau, members must be studying an engineering field at the time of their initiation. Theta Tau is a member of the Professional Fraternity Association, which provides resources for [...]
Theta Tau expects its members to obey all laws and to abide by the Fraternity’s policies and standards. Theta Tau has strict guidelines for hosting any social event, and chapters are expected to provide a safe environment at all times for members and guests. If any policies are violated, Theta [...]
Theta Tau is clear and concise in its stance against hazing. Hazing is illegal; therefore it has no place in the Fraternity. Theta Tau holds its members to the highest possible standard, and no chapter, Candidate Chapter, student or alumnus shall conduct nor condone hazing activities. Hazing activities are defined [...]
Each Theta Tau chapter has fixed expenses including national and local dues, new member fees and housing fees (determined by the chapter). Additionally, there is a one-time initiation fee, and a membership badge must also be purchased. During recruitment a detailed statement of member financial obligations will be provided. Membership [...]
Recruitment (formerly known as rush) is a time set aside once or twice a year for students to meet fraternity members, learn about our brotherhood and decide if fraternity life is appropriate for them. Membership in a fraternity is voluntary and is the result of a mutual selection process.
A fraternity offers its members a lifelong bond of brotherhood and activities to promote their educational objectives. A general characteristic of fraternities is that membership is by invitation only, membership is for life, and a ritual proclaiming the ideals of the organization is revealed to its members upon initiation. Fraternity [...]