Theta Tau is an international co-ed professional engineering fraternity. 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.
The University of Maryland engineering students who join the Eta Delta chapter meet like-minded brothers who engage in challenges outside of what they normally encounter in the classroom. They assume leadership roles, organize professional and social events, develop a professional network, and help out in the College Park and Washington D.C. community.
Many of our members are leaders of other organizations on campus as well, such as the Student Government Association, Engineering Student Council, Engineers Without Borders, Clark School Ambassadors, Engineering Study Abroad, QUEST, Images, and technical societies like IEEE, ASME, SoBE, and MCA, to name a few.
Our brotherhood is always looking for motivated, ambitious, and energetic engineering students at the University of Maryland that are interested in building friendships, improving their professional lives, and embodying the strong principles upon which the fraternity is built.
We offer an established professional networking of our alumni, who work jobs and attend graduate schools all over the country. Resume builds, mock interviews, and host info sessions with local companies are a large part of our semesterly goals.
We value service to our college as well as to our community, sponsoring events such as campus clean ups, animal shelter volunteering, and helping out at local farms.
We like each other! Our brothers attend regular meetings and events because we enjoy spending time together. Through the struggle of succeeding in a difficult undergraduate program, we can always count on each other for support.