Triangle Fraternity is excited to announce a return to the Marquette campus in the Spring term of 2021.
The Marquette chapter was originally chartered in 1937 and can count among its initiates some of the University’s most loyal and successful alumni. Donations from those and other alumni made possible the current chapter house on N 15th Street, which the chapter will reoccupy. They also have built sizeable scholarship funds both at Marquette and within the Triangle Education Foundation.
The new group will be formed by a team made up of chapter alumni and our HQ Expansion Staff. Candidates for membership in the Spring will need to be pursuing a STEM degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have some history of leadership and/or service in the last four years.
Those selected will be a part of an interest group, helping to build new traditions while learning about the history and impact of Triangle at MU and nationwide. This is a rare opportunity on college campuses – to be a founding member of a group returning to campus, rather than simply joining a conventional pledge class.
Men interested in this opportunity are encouraged to learn more by visiting our Instagram or Facebook pages (@marquette.triangle.fraternity). To apply for consideration for the new group, please visit www.triangle.org/mutriangle. Please direct all questions to Jim Phillips, Director of Growth and Expansion at email@example.com.
We look forward to building better men at Marquette University for years to come!
About Triangle Fraternity
Triangle is the only college fraternity for men pursuing degrees in Engineering, Architecture and the Sciences. Founded at the University of Illinois in 1907, Triangle is currently represented at nearly 40 campuses involving more than 1,000 undergraduates. The national headquarters is in the historic former Carnegie Library building in Plainfield, Indiana.