Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional sorority founded in 1983 that provides friendship, leadership and professionalism to all members of the organization, the community and our professions.
Delta Sigma Phi strives to bring out the better man in each of its members, both locally and nationally. Locally, we strive to have the highest GPA of all the organizations on campus. Our rigorous academic program helps students who need help in classes, whether or not they realize it. We have a strong base in MSOE intramural sports, participating in as many events as we can every term.
We are a Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) Sorority started in 2007. We value life long friendships, health, equality, and education.
Lambda Zeta Nu was founded in 2007 by eight girls attending the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Ashley, Angela, Alexis, Bonnie, Elise, Kelly, Kristin, and Jolisa wanted to create an open, welcoming environment for the girls of MSOE to help with promoting education, equality, health, and friendships.
Phi Delta Chi provides the women of MSOE with an opportunity to enjoy the benefits of the Greek system and strives to promote women in engineering and management, and provides a wide range of social activities for its members.
Sigma Phi Delta was founded at the University of Southern California on April 11, 1924. Open to students with an Engineering background, it attends to both the social and professional needs of engineers. It is an organization that fosters Brotherhood, camaraderie, leadership and teamwork. Men join as individuals and form lifelong bonds with other like-minded students. Joining Sigma Phi Delta helps a man develop the skills, confidence, morality, and sense of teamwork necessary to become an excellent engineer.
Tau Sigma Nu (Founded 2011) was founded on the basis of health, wellness, academic excellence, and service leadership. Brothers in the fraternity all strive to better themselves and those around them. Through attending academic study events, philanthropic events, and athletic events, brothers achieve the status of a well-rounded individual. Brothers lead and participate in service and leadership opportunities to give back to the community of the surrounding area. As a whole fraternity brothers gain a life experience that leads to great success and well-rounded areas of interest and leadership.
Developing balanced men in engineering, architecture, and science by providing an environment which fosters personal growth and professional success.