The Men of Triangle would like to welcome you to Rose‐Hulman and invite you to take a look into our
Fraternity. We take pride in the strength of our chapter here and believe Triangle helps every man who joins to
develop academically, socially, and professionally. Along with this personal growth, the men of Triangle form
enduring friendships that continue far beyond the short time here at Rose.
Triangle is a fraternity of engineers, scientists, and architects dedicated to the development of its members and the improvement of its brotherhood. This is evident in everything we do. For the past ten years, the Rose‐Tech chapter of Triangle has been ranked the top Triangle chapter nationally.
Rose-Hulman Interfraternity Council regulates rush ensure everyone has a fun, safe experiece. To view the full list of rules and regulations, click the link below.
XX Actives, XX whom live in the house. X serves as an RA.
Our house is located on the east side of campus, and can be easily identified by the Delta T on the side. In the early 2000’s we completed a 1.2 million dollar renovation on our house. This renovation increased the capacity of the house, added an entertainment room, and relocated the study room. A committee of Triangle brothers are currently laying out financial and construction plans for new renovations to come soon in the future We also receive a yearly grant from Triangle Nationals to improve our study room.
We have brothers on the Varsity soccer, baseball, cross-country, basketball, and track teams. Brothers also participate in all major intramural sports.
Brothers are active in many aspects of campus life such as ASCE, ASME, SGA, NSBE, IFC, Intervarsity, Career Fair, Best Buddies, and other campus organizations. They also participate in service projects that enrich the Terre Haute and Vigo County communities.
Our chapter is consistently recognized as the top Triangle Chapter in the nation.
It was in the fall of 1906 that 16 civil engineering Juniors at the University of Illinois laid the foundation that would quickly become Triangle Fraternity. These Founders based their organization on the principles of honor, friendship, character, brotherhood, courage, and ideals.
62 years later, Triangle was established at Rose-Hulman. Today, student and faculty leaders alike are equally proud of their fraternity heritage through membership in Triangle. As leaders on campus and in the community, Triangle Brothers lead by example and are involved in many campus organizations.
Despite limitation of membership to those whose studies are in technology and science, Triangle is a general social fraternity and a senior member of the National Interfraternity Conference.
5500 Wabash Ave
Terre Haute, IN 47803