Frequently Asked Questions - Rush
A professional fraternity integrates the Brotherhood and social interaction of asocial fraternity, and the academics and professionalism of a honor society.
You must be 18 years of age or older, not within 6 months of graduation, pursuing an accredited engineering degree (not technology unfortunately), have a G.P.A. greater than 2.00, and not belong to any competing fraternities.
Following rush, prospective members are given an invitation (bid). Those that accept the bid enter a nine week pledge period. Upon successful completion candidates become initiates into Theta Tau.
Following Arizona State University guidelines, Theta Tau does not participate in any events that could violate a person’s moral values or beliefs.
For the pledging semester: $75 Due the week of February 4th. Initiation fees: $TBA(includes Members Badge and dinner) Due the week of TBA
The pledge period is nine weeks in duration. The pledging requirements are basically to interview each active member 1 on 1, learn information pertinent to the fraternity,pass a test, complete a pledge project, and involve yourself.
The fraternity is currently composed of [total_actives] actives, [male_actives] males and [female_actives] females. The engineering fields of Chemical, Electrical, Civil, Biomedical, Mechanical, Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, Aerospace, and Industrial are all represented, at the sophomore to senior levels.