Triangle is a national social fraternity with chapters located across the country. Since the first social fraternity was founded in 1766, college fraternities and sororities have grown, built upon the foundation of serving the student and his or her Alma Mater. In the chapter home of the fraternity, there is an opportunity to supplement the teachings of the classroom. In Triangle, the student learns lessons of group living, personality and character development, in an atmosphere designed for fullest benefit to the individual. Triangle, thus, provides a bridge between academic life and a career, as well as a foundation for success in the years after college.
Triangle focuses its membership to students majoring in engineering, architecture, and the sciences. The result is an organization centered around common educational goals, but with a variety of personalities, races, religions, and backgrounds. Since communication between people is the most important step in building relationships, Triangle's common membership base provides a substantial edge.
The name Triangle stands out from the names of other fraternities, just as our members stand out among the best. While most men's fraternities consist of Greek letters, Triangle's name comes from out history and is recognized as the fraternity of engineers, architects, and scientists. Additionally, since our membership is essentially comprised of builders, designers and discoverers, we are unified and unique.