Theta Tau Nationally
Theta Tau is a coed professional engineering fraternity. We are the oldest, largest, and foremost Fraternity for Engineer. Theta Tau was founded October 15th 1904, has over 80 chapters, and over 30,000 lifetime members across the nation.
The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.
Culture of brotherhood, lifelong relationships, and connection
Mutual respect and professionalism
Balance of social, service, and professional activities
Diversity of engineering disciplines and demographics
“Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might;…” –Ecclesiastes 9:10
Theta Tau at ASU: Delta Gamma Chapter
The Delta Gamma chapter was founded May 6th, 1995 at Arizona State University (ASU). We have approximately 40 student members, and over 300 total members.
The Regent presides at all meetings, initiates all new members, appoints all committees, witnesses the records of all initiates and fulfills such other obligations as may be imposed by the chapter. The Regent is responsible for the Charter, Ritual, and chapter Roll Book.
The Vice-Regent assists in the fulfillment of the Regent’s responsibilities and executes other assignments as may be imposed by the chapter. The Vice-Regent shall take the place of the Regent when the Regent is unable to officiate.
The Treasurer keeps the chapter funds and financial records, develops and maintains a chapter budget, orders all insignia through the Central Office, and makes semiannual dues payments to the Central Office.
The Scribe keeps the chapter records, ensures the timely maintenance and completion of the chapter annual report, witnesses the records of all pledges and initiates, keeps the minutes, corresponds with the Executive Director.
The professional chair is in charge of putting together professional development activities such as company tours, fraternity projects, mock interviews, alumni panels, and more.
The Corresponding Secretary corresponds diligently with the other chapters, the alumni associations, the Executive Director, the alumni of the chapter, submits articles for The Gear of Theta Tau, and keeps the chapter alumni record up-to-date. The Corresponding Secretary shall create, supervise, or monitor the chapter’s website and other social media.
The service chair is in charge of putting together community service activities such as feed the homeless, Habitat for Humanity, Race for the Cure, and more.