• Triangle is the only North American social fraternity exclusively for men majoring in engineering, architecture, and the sciences.
  • Triangle was founded at the University of Illinois in 1907 by 16 men who were studying civil engineering.
  • The name “Triangle” was chosen to represent the strength of that shape used in design work in the field of civil engineering.
  • More than 25,000 men have been initiated. There are 15,000 living alumni today.
  • Fraternity colors: old rose & gray
  • Fraternity flower: white chrysanthemum
  • National Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity
  • Open Motto: Veritas Omnia Vincit (Latin for “Truth Conquers All”)
  • Triangle is represented in 20 States across the Country.
  • The Triangle Educational Foundation exists to enhance the Triangle experience for both undergraduates and alumni by providing funding for academic scholarships, no-interest student loans, and grants for leadership development programs.
  • Undergraduates have the opportunity to attend many leadership & training events hosted/funded by Triangle and the Triangle Education Foundation, including:
    • Steven L. Miller President’s Leadership Academy
    • DRIVE Recruitment Symposium
    • John Wakerly Leadership Advantage Conference
    • New Member Educator’s Forum
    • Herbert Scobie Leadership School
    • Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI)
    • The American Leadership Academy hosted in Los Cabos, Mexico
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