||It was the fall of 1906 when 16 civil engineering juniors at the University of Illinois began the association that became Triangle Fraternity. These founders based their organization on the principles of honor, friendship, character, brotherhood, courage and high ideals. They developed their plans quickly and on April 15th, 1907, incorporated Triangle in the State of Illinois. Our founders' zeal for Triangle soon reached beyond the Illinois campus, and today we have chapters at 36 universities and colleges across the country. The Rose-Hulman Chapter of Triangle was founded on May 4, 1968. Since then, it has grown to be one of the most successful chapters both for the Rose-Hulman campus and the Triangle National Fraternity.
"What are Triangle's Greek letters?" Unlike most other social fraternities, Triangle does not have a Greek letter name. This is one point that makes Triangle stand out in contrast with other fraternities on its campuses. While some students may have problems separating one Greek name from another, Triangle is easy to recognize as the only national social fraternity for students in engineering, architecture and science.
Welcome to the Rose-Hulman chapter of Triangle.