OBJECTIVES OF PTS
- Foster high ideals in the engineering profession
- Stimulate and support departmental activities
- Promote professional welfare
- Develop leadership and citizenship
Initiates: Check your progress here.
Report your hours here.
(10 Hours) - Pi Tau Sigma Meetings every Wednesday in 2211 GGBrown
(2 Events) Service
(2 Hours) Tutoring
(1 hour/week) Fundraising (when applicable)
(3 Events) Social
(1 Event) Campus
(2 Events/Hours) Free
(~10 minutes) - Initiate to Officer Interview
(~10 minutes) - Initiate to Initiate Interviews
(~20 minutes) - Initiate Exam
Total: (~ a day of your life + dues)
These hours are easy to come by, and for most are a very enjoyable way to
meet PTS members.
More Detail [DOC]
Download Exam [DOC]
View the PTS Brat Grilling Handbook (don't worry it's just
one page!) [DOC]
What are the Active Membership Qualifications?
Top one third of the senior class, top one fourth of the junior class, or
top one tenth of the sophomore class (by credits).
How Do I Become a Member if I am a Grad Student?
You will need to present a Undergraduate degree
from a school not having a Pi Tau Sigma chapter or Obtain a
Recommendation from two Pi Tau Sigma faculty members.
How Do I Become a Officer?
Elections for each position are held at the end of the Fall and Winter
terms, although volunteers are always welcome.