|Founded||February 24, 1904|
University of Nebraska
|Colors||Navy blue |
|Symbol||Pyramid, Rail Section|
|Chapters||34 (at time of Merger)|
|Merged||with Tau Beta Pi on January 1, 1974|
|Headquarters||301 Tulsa Building|
Sigma Tau (ΣΤ) was an American honor society in the field of engineering.
The officers of the Sigma Tau Fraternity at the time of the merger were:
- President G. W. Forman,
- Vice President H. H. Bartel, Jr.,
- Secretary-Treasurer J. P. Colbert, and
- Councillors C. W. Leihy, R. P. Moser, R. E. Peterson, and J. W. Straight
Membership was chosen from the upper one-third of the Junior and Senior classes at recognized engineering schools. Selection from those men and women are made on the further basis of practicality and sociability. Approval of at least three engineering faculty is required. Distinguished members of the engineering profession may be admitted as alumni members.