2024 Chapter Awards Coming Soon!

Chapter Awards 2024

The Theta Tau Chapter Awards Program is designed to recognize those Chapters, members and partners who have worked to further the mission of Theta Tau and exemplified our pillars and values.

The awards application will open in early March 2024.

Chapters and individuals are encouraged to apply for the awards listed below.

  • (NEW) Best Social Media Presence Award
  • (NEW) Best Video Award
  • Best Website Award
  • Chapter Brotherhood Award
  • Chapter Newsletter Award
  • Chapter Photograph Award
  • Chapter Professional Development Award
  • Chapter Service Award

2023 Award Winners

Robert E. Pope Outstanding Student Member Award – Roban Edwards, Beta

Outstanding Student Delegate – Luke Hardin, UB

Distinguished Service Commendation – Brynn Heitmeyer, IG

Meritorious Service Commendation – Sarah Mente, PiG

Rookie of the Year – Benjamin Ladick, DG

Volunteer of the Year – Stefan Empleo, OmG



Erich J. Schrader Award – Theta Delta Chapter, Johns Hopkins University

Founders’ Award – Beta Chapter, Michigan Technological University

Grand Regent’s Award – Rho Delta Chapter, University of Nevada, Reno

Member Miles Award – Xi Epsilon, Cal State Long Beach

Best Newsletter – Tau Beta Chapter, Southern Methodist University

Best Social Media Presence – Mu Gamma Chapter, SUNY Buffalo

Best Website – Upsilon Gamma Chapter, University of South Florida

Best Photograph – Tau Beta Chapter, Southern Methodist University

Best Video – Mu Gamma Chapter, SUNY Buffalo

Best Philanthropy Event – Rho Chapter, North Carolina State University

Best Philanthropy Program – Phi Delta Chapter, Florida A&M/Florida State University

Best Professional Development Program – Mu Gamma Chapter, SUNY Buffalo

Best Brotherhood Program – Omicron Beta Chapter, University of Michigan, Dearborn

Best DEI Program – Theta Gamma Chapter, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

700 Club – Beta, Mu, Xi, Chi, Delta Gamma, Zeta Delta, Theta Delta, Zeta Epsilon

Outstanding Student Member

Near the end of each school year, in order to recognize a deserving Brother who sets an example for others, each chapter is to choose an Outstanding Student Member. The chapter’s choice should be based upon a self evaluation from each member of the chapter. The chapter should devise a selection process that takes into account the impact that the applying brother has had on the chapter’s success and the ways in which the applying brother had exemplified the values and pillars of Theta Tau.

Each chapter should report their Outstanding Student Member through the CMT, and the OSM will receive a link to apply for the Robert E. Pope Outstanding Student Member Award, also known as the National Outstanding Student Member Award.

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