Mu Chapter of Theta Tau
Rest in Peace, Brother Ben Wires (1987-2016). You will be missed by many.
Welcome to Theta Tau, the nation's oldest and foremost Fraternity for Engineers! We are the Mu Chapter of Theta Tau, The University of Alabama's co-ed engineering fraternity, and we believe that brotherhood and fraternal fellowship are an invaluable part of an engineering education. With this in mind, we participate in a wide variety of activities and host events designed to increase the strength of our brotherhood, give back to our campus and the Tuscaloosa community, and ensure our brothers' future success in engineering, no matter what discipline of engineering that may be. Since our founding in 1922, we have initiated over 1600 members.
Our Potential New Member program puts prospective members of our fraternity through an eight week program, which is designed to teach them about our chapter and how to be good brothers who are strong assets to our chapter.
Community Service is a crucial part of any fraternity, and to this end we participate in activities such as highway cleanup, Habitat for Humanity Collegiate Challenge, and the Ripple Effect, just to name a few. We also host philanthropy events such as Cornhole Tournaments and an annual Crawfish Boil.
One the biggest strengths of our fraternity is our strong alumni base. Our alumni frequently visit us and share with us their advice for achieving success in the engineering world, as well as providing great networking opportunities for our members.
Want to learn more?
Use the tabs at the top of the page to view our history, browse current and past members, see a schedule of planned events, and fill out a form to indicate interest in rushing.