Spring Rush 2017
Informational is for rushees to get to know what Theta Tau is all about. Come chat with the brothers and get to know one another. It's important to talk to both brothers and fellow rushees. At this event, you'll learn
about our history, what we have to offer, some of our expectations, and some other cool facts about our fraternity and chapter! Following the informational, there will be lots of board games for rushees and brothers
Informational is Monday 02/06/2017 -- Meet at Mason Statue at 7:04 PM -- Final Location: SUB 1 3B
At Corner Pocket, you can bond with your fellow rushees and the Brothers while playing ping pong, pool table, air hockey, and various other games. Bring your friends and have a great time!
Corner Pocket is Tuesday 02/07/2017 -- Meet at Mason Statue at 7:04 PM -- Final Location: Corner Pocket in The HUB
Come join the Brothers for an evening of tacos and service! We will be making (and eating!) tacos, as well as participate in some creative community service projects!
Theta Taucos is on Wednesday 02/08/2017 -- Meet at Mason Statue at 7:04PM --Final Location TBA
This semester, we will be hosting a Mocktail Event, featuring homemade, non-alcoholic cocktails. During the event, we will be giving a Professional Development presentation on various topics, including How to Dress
Like a Professional.
The Mocktail Event is Thursday 02/09/2017 -- Meet at Mason Statue at 7:04 PM -- Final Location: George's (Johnson Center 3rd Floor)
For anyone who missed the first Informational and Game Night...
Informational is for rushees to get to know what Theta Tau is all about. Come chat with the brothers and get to know one another. It's important to talk to both brothers and fellow rushees. At this event, you'll learn about our history, what we have to offer, some of our expectations, and some other cool facts about our fraternity and chapter! Following the informational, there will be lots of board games for rushees and brothers to play.
Second Informational is Friday 02/10/2017 -- Meet at Mason Statue at 7:04 PM -- Final Location: SUB 1 3B
Previous Rushes Gallery
Insight from the Newly-Initiated Omicron Class
"I really enjoyed the whole rush and pledge process. Working together with my pledge class to finish our project was both fun and rewarding. We spent a lot of time together between working on pledge projects and study hours. During pledging, my favorite part was getting to talk to all of the brothers. I'm so happy to continue on with Theta Tau as a brother!"
Kristin DiMichele - Cybersecurity Engineering
"I wasn't sure if Theta Tau would be the best for me. When I went to rush, I quickly found out that it was perfect. I had a great time at all of the events, and I had lots of fun meeting both brothers and fellow rushees. My only regret is that I didn't rush sooner."
Systems Engineering - Evan Anderson
"Going into rush, I had no idea what to expect. I was told there were no strings attached, but I still wasn't sure abut joining a fraternity, even a professional one. The first night really opened my eyes though. By the end of the week, I knew I wanted to get to know these people and this fraternity!"
Andrew Warrener - Information Technology
"The whole process was aimed at making sure you not only know what the fraternity is about, but also to get to know other brothers on a personal level -- beyond just name, major and year."
Biomedical Engineering - David Garcia
Frequently Asked Rush Questions
Come to as many rush events as you can! Although you are not required to attend every event, it is highly recommended that you talk with the Brothers as much as possible. This makes it easier for you to get an understanding of our fraternity and for the Brothers to get an understanding of who you are.
We meet at 7:04 PM to recognize our history. Theta Tau was founded as the Society of Hammer and Tongs in 1904; henceforth, we meet at 7:04.
To be initiated into Theta Tau, you must be a CS/IT/Engineering major in the Volgenau School of Engineering. Anyone of any major can come to our rush events; however, only those who are engineers will be permitted to pledge, upon acceptance into the program.
1.) Be at least 18 years of age.
2.) Must be enrolled in a program leading to an Engineering degree.
3.) Attend weekly meetings.
4.) Not be members of a competing organization. (There are no competing organizations at GMU)
5.) Must not be within 6 months of graduation.
6.) Have a GPA of at least 2.0 (Pledges without a GPA will be initated after they receive their GPA)
Theta Tau is not just a professional society. This fraternity is a community of like-minded engineers who enjoy serving the community and the fraternity in a variety of aspects. Brotherhood is what binds us together, and we have a connection to each other like no other. From helping each other out with homework to going to concerts to simly enjoying a meal together, the fraternity of Theta Tau will impact you in a positive manner. You will not only be surrounded by brotherly support, you will be encouraged and motivated by the fraternity to be your best and accomplish great things. Once a Brother, always a Brother.