Fast Facts - Triangle Fraternity


 
  • Triangle is the only North American professional and social fraternity exclusively for men majoring in engineering, architecture, and the sciences.
  • There are more than 15,000 living alumni today.
  • Triangle was founded at the University of Illinois in 1907 - making us over 100 years old.
  • Just as top-ranked colleges are discerning in their admissions, so is Triangle -- we are highly selective when we tap men for membership in the Fraternity.
  • Members of Triangle have immediate connections to academic support and tutoring.
  • In today's global society, sometimes it's not what you know, rather, who you know... Notable Triangle alumni include:
    • Mike Morhaime (founder of Blizzard Entertainment)
    • Steve Miller (former CEO of Shell Oil)
    • Ed McCracken (founder of Silicon Graphic)
    • Ellison Onizuka (astronaut on Space Shuttle Challenger)
    • Ed Wedbush (CEO of Wedbush Morgan)

Fast Facts - Marquette Chapter of Triangle Fraternity


 
  • Triangle Fraternity was founded at Marquette in 1937 making it one of the oldest men's fraternities at the institution.
  • Triangle is one of a handful of fraternities who maintain a Greek Mansion at Marquette.
  • Triangle members are active in IFC and other student organizations.
  • Annual dues at Triangle are among the lowest of the men's fraternities at Marquette.
  • Most members balance their academic shedules with fun Triangle events and part-time jobs at the Alumni Memorial Union, Computer Labs, Apartments, and the Library.
  • Notable Marquette Triangle Alumni include:
    • John Wakerly (VP and CTO Cisco Systems)
    • James McShane (CEO The McShane Co.)
    • Gerald Rauenhorst (Chairman CEO Opus Corp.)
    • Dr. Stanley Jaskolski (past OPUS Dean of Engineering)
    • Dr. Jon Jensen (Associate Dean for Enrollment Management)
    • Francis Jacoby (Adjunct Associate Professor & Director of Undergraduate Labs)
    • Dr. Arthur C. Moeller (Professor Emeritus & Director of Undergraduate Studies)