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 1005 DOW
(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 or top one fourth of the junior 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.