Colorado Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi

The Engineering Honor Society

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About Us

It is the purpose of Tau Beta Pi to build a community of high achieving individuals in the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering. This society is composed of the highest achieving students in the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering whom also exhibit good character. Tau Beta Pi is a way for these people to connect within the University of Denver, and also connect with other high achieving individuals of Tau Beta Pi chapters from other universities. Tau Beta Pi is a way to set students apart from other individuals applying for similar positions as the prestige of the name is known throughout the country. Tau Beta Pi’s mission is also to give back to the community. Students of “good character” put the community first because they understand its importance in the world. This can be achieved through volunteer work, tutoring, or other ways to help the community that developed us into the high achieve individuals we are today. In order to be a member of Tau Beta Pi, one needs to exhibit exemplary character, as well as be distinguished in scholarship.

600,000+  Members

Scholarship Opportunities

Networking &  Mentoring

Professional Development

Exciting Events & Activities

Recognition of High Achievement

Members Benefits

Tau Beta Pi recognizes exceptional engineers and students who have high scholastic accomplishments and exemplary character. Membership also offers unique and valuable leadership opportunities and a chance to interact with peers from all engineering disciplines. Tau Beta Pi membership is for life and by becoming a member of this honor society, you join others with similar interests and high achievements. Details on the benefits and reasons to join this highly regarded organization with thousands of distinguished members appear below.

Exclusive Resources

TBP members get a 4-year subscription to The Bent. This publication is a powerful voice for the engineering profession.

Connections

Tau Beta Pi is the largest honor society, with alumni in a vast array of industries.

Other Benefits

Discounts including Dell, GEICO, PPI, travel, hotel, & more. Student loans of up to $2,500, scholarships of $2,000 and Fellowships of $10,000 are available.

Who Can Join?

Membership to Tau Beta Pi is by invitation only.

To become a member, candidates must meet both the scholastic and exemplary character requirements, be elected by the student chapter, pay a one-time membership fee, and attend an initiation ceremony.

Undergraduate Requirements

Candidates must be in the upper eighth of the junior class or upper fifth of the senior class.

Eligible Majors

Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

If you believe you are eligible,

feel free to contact us with the form below and one of our officers will reach out to you.

Officers

Luca Gacy
Treasurer
Matt Gordon
Advisor
Mackenzie Looney
President
Grace Marchand
Secretary
Theo Heimann
Secretary
Emma Young
Vice-President
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E: mackenzie.looney@du.edu
2020-2021 President

Colorado Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta Pi
2155 E Wesley Ave
Denver, CO 80210