Theta Tau is the nation’s largest professional engineering fraternity with chapters across the country and alumni all over the world. 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. Members grow individually, with friends, and with their community throughout their time with the organization.
The Zeta Chapter of Theta Tau was founded at The University of Kansas over one hundred years ago and established a Chapter House located on Heatherwood Drive over 50 years ago. The Zeta Theta Tau Chapter House holds up to eight members annually and is an important site for events surrounding our three pillars, brotherhood, professional development, and community service, as well as Pledge and Chapter Meetings.
As our Chapter has continued to grow and evolve over the last decade, we are looking into renovating and selling our current house as well as move into a new home closer to campus. With donor support, we can accomplish all updates needed, such as renovating the outside decks and basement area and replacing the flooring, cabinetry, furnishing, heating system, and more. With any remaining donor funds, we will furnish our future home, and continue to serve as an important organization in KU Engineering.
Thank you so much for supporting the Zeta Chapter of Theta Tau!