Developing balanced men in engineering, architecture, and science by
providing an environment which fosters personal growth and professional
Belong to a lifetime group of friends. No one will demand that
Fraternities thrive on having diverse individuals to help them succeed
as social and societal organizations. Your talents and beliefs add to
the mix of an eclectic group of men.
are organizations of the University and your number one priority should
be your grades. Take advantage of fraternity brothers within your
major, or those who offer tutoring or study help.
Fraternity is about LEADERSHIP and developing the skills and practices
that will make you successful in and out of college. Almost every
Fraternity provides expense paid leadership training to its membership.
events are an important part of being involved as a fraternity man.
Getting out of your room and meeting new people is part of the complete
college experience. Social does not translate into alcohol. Social
means interacting with a variety of people in unique settings.
a network of over 5 million fraternity alumni world-wide. No other
group on campus provides you with such a network of potential
employers, friends, and co-workers. Your fraternity experience connects
you with these men in a way that will continue to benefit you
throughout your career.
Fraternity is a national professional and social Fraternity. Over 30
chapters nationwide reside on campuses across the US, such as
University of Illinois, Purdue, University of Texas - Houston,
University of California - LA, University of Maryland - Baltimore
Triangle Fraternity is the only social fraternity
for Engineers, Architects and Scientists. Founded in 1907, Triangle has
been committed to developing balanced men in these fields for over a
century. As such, every brother in Triangle strives to maintain
equilibrium between their academics, athletics, and social lives.
To learn more about Triangle nationally please visit Triangle.org .
Milwaukee School of Engineering chapter of Triangle Fraternity was
founded in 1965 and currently has 22 active members. To learn more
about our chapter please browse through our website.
Interesting in Joining Triangle? Feel Free to Contact Chris Gust for more
information or general questions.
MSOE Chapter of Triangle Fraternity