The Beta Chapter of Theta Tau Corporation was founded in 1933 by Dean Leo Duggan after purchasing 1405 College Ave. for a new Beta Chapter House.  It was registered as a Non-Profit Corporation with the State of Michigan and that registration has been renewed annually since then.

It is managed by a Corporate Board consisting of 5 alumni members.

Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity

The nation’s oldest and foremost Fraternity for Engineers Founded at the University of Minnesota on October 15, 1904, Theta Tau is the largest (as well as the oldest) professional fraternity in the field of engineering. Over 28,000 have been initiated over the years. With emphasis on quality and a strong fraternal bond, the Fraternity has chapters only at ABET accredited schools, and limits to fifty the number of student members in any one of its chapters across the nation.

Theta Tau follows carefully a program in the selection and development of its members that stresses the importance of high professional ethics and exemplary practices. Within each chapter, the Fraternity stimulates professional activity and social compatibility; provides a framework for group participation in campus, community, engineering, and fraternity affairs; and promotes lasting friendships – a lifetime of brotherhood in an engineering environment.

The Fraternity presents awards for outstanding personal and chapter achievements. Through visitation from national officers and other alumni, the stability of each chapter can be maintained. Guidance and publications are provided by the Central Office to help manage the chapter in a professional manner. Financial assistance is available through loans for chapter housing and loans for senior students.