Regional Aligment

Regional Alignment

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Updated for 2019 – 2020 School Year

It is a necessary duty of the Executive Council to periodically evaluate the: 

  Distribution of current chapters and Candidate Chapters geographically across the country

  Supply of available volunteers

  Efficient delivery of programming, support, and guidance

As a result, a realignment of regional boundaries has recently been approved as reflected in the map above. Regions are primarily designed to serve an administrative function of the Fraternity. These changes (or any regional boundary) in no way limits a chapter from visiting another chapter or attending a regional event outside their currently defined region.

Due to Theta Tau’s growth, you will note that 3 new Regions (Southwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic) have been created bringing the total to 10. In addition, Regional Director appointees have changed somewhat as is reflected below.

Change Highlights

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The Western Region is divided into two regions now named Southwest and Northwest. Southwest Region includes southern California and Arizona while the new Northwest Region incorporates northern California and the Pacific northwest.

Due to Theta Tau’s growth, you will note that 3 new Regions (Southwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic) have been created bringing the total to 10. In addition, Regional Director appointees have changed somewhat as is reflected below.

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Northeast Region is partitioned with its southernmost chapters (in New Jersey, Philadelphia, Long Island, and New York city) forming the new Mid-Atlantic Region.

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Two chapters in the Great Lakes Region (those furthest west in the region) are shifted into an enlarged Midwest Region.

Find contact information for your respective Regional Directors on the National Officers page.