Theta Tau encourages its chapters to provide a healthy balance of community service, professional development, and brotherhood/ social activities for its members. It is the diversity of activities which creates a balanced program and more meaningful undergraduate fraternity experience. While this does not inherently mean equal thirds of each type of activity, analysis shows that chapters collectively conduct well over 250 service, 250 professional, and 300 brotherhood events in a year.
Nationally, our Educational Foundation sponsors a Leadership Academy in even-numbered years. The core Academy curricula is based on The Leadership Challenge. The Academy reaches members with a form of personal and professional training that most would not otherwise receive.
The Fraternity holds its National Convention in odd-numbered summers and is the primary legislative, elective, and training event of Theta Tau. It is also a celebration for our members and chapters via its award and recognition program. Each Region in Theta Tau also holds at least one Regional Conference per year organized by a Regional Director and a local host chapter.