Spring semester is here and the chaos of balancing classes, studying, and life has just begun. It can be tough navigating school as well as preparing for the future and while there are many resources and groups on campus to help with individual areas, the Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity can help with everything.
Theta Tau members are current ASU Engineering students, and also ASU engineering alumni who work in several different engineering industries. Theta Tau is open to men and women. Student members from every engineering discipline support and help each other succeed in classes and school at large, while Theta Tau alumni take an active role in preparing and assisting the active student members for entering the professional engineering world.
Visit Theta Tau at a free on-campus barbecue and talk with active members about being part of this community of both engineering students and professionals.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. while supplies last
Engineering Student Center [map]
We will also be holding various Rush Week events through Saturday, February 1, so come and find out what a brotherhood of engineers can really do!