The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.

Welcome to the official website of Theta Tau, Omicron Gamma Chapter!

 Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and explore the workings of the only co-ed professional engineering fraternity at UC Davis. In keeping with the goal of our chapter's Founding Fathers, we strive to unite all members of the engineering community through professionalism, service, and brotherhood. As engineers, we come together to form a fraternity with a passion to further our profession.
 The engineering mind is built to imagine, design, and invent. In a technological world of endless possibilities, the engineer plays an important hand in innovating the future. Through problem-solving, logic, trial and error, and even accidental discovery, engineers create an interactive world.
 The strong fraternal bond that we have among our brothers is one that can neither be easily replaced nor broken. Omicron Gamma takes pride in the foundation, set forth by our predecessors, upon which we build our brotherhood. Our chapter exemplifies the impacting brotherhood through various events put on by our near 200 alumni and active members of different backgrounds and engineering specialties. As traditions get passed on and as students become alumni, the brotherhood still remains.
 Being a part of this organization has taught me that there is more to college than just receiving higher education. It's the skills you learn and the friendships you build along that way that will make your college experience worthwhile. I am proud to be a part of a fraternity that has taught me so many lifelong skills, gave me memorable experiences, and blessed me with a family of brothers. Whether you're looking to develop your professional skills, serve your local community, or establish a bond stronger than what friendship can offer, I invite you to a take a leap of faith, learn about us, meet the brothers, and find out what Theta Tau can do for you.


Congratulations to the Tau Class!
May 24, 2014

Daicy Luo, Alvin Kim, Jason Lam, Daniel Shing, Saagar Ghai, Gabriel Jagoe-Seidl, Alex Perez