Tau Beta Pi

The Engineering Honor Society
2020 Unvention Information

Our Vision

Tau Beta Pi is universally recognized as the preeminent engineering honor society that students of all engineering disciplines strive to join.
Why Join

To be recognized by your peers as being a distinguished scholar with exemplary character.

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Who Can Join

Learn the scholastic requirements to join as an undergraduate or graduate student, alumni, or practicing engineer.

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How to Join

You must be invited by a chapter and be a junior (top 1/8) or senior (top 1/5) in your engineering class. If you feel you are eligible, contact the chapter on your campus.

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Programs We Offer

Include recognizing academic and professional success, promoting well-rounded education, and providing opportunities for leadership.

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Founded June 15, 1885

$1 Million

Awarded annually in support of education


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La Nyrah W.Before Tau Beta Pi, I never felt like I fit in or belonged at my school. This Engineering honor society has given me the opportunity to grow and strengthen skills I never knew I had. I'm so grateful for all the amazing people I've met. Thank you for everything Tau Beta Pi! I cannot wait to see what else is in store.

La Nyrah W. – Prairie View A&M Univ. alumna


Drake P.Drake was awarded a chapter scholarship based on academic achievement and community service. He appreciates all of the opportunities Tau Beta Pi has given him. "The scholarship is just one addition to the many ways Tau Beta Pi gives back to its members."

Drake P. – Mississippi State Univ. student


Daniel B.I am still involved in Tau Beta Pi because it gave me the opportunity to grow leadership capabilities before starting my career. I wanted to have something to show for my membership, and my chapter helped me to take on responsibilities I didn't even know I wanted, leading to a rich and fulfilling experience that has helped me gain insight into management and working with groups.

Daniel B. – University of Michigan-Dearborn

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