A History of Excellence
Beta Tau Omega Fraternity was founded in the fall of 1995 at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
In the fall of 1994, twelve outstanding young men were inspired by the idea of bringing brotherhood among Asian-Americans to the Bryan/College Station area. With their high-set goals in mind, the twelve forged a path into excellence; a code that all of the fraternity's members would follow. In this code were vows of brotherhood, service to one's community, chivalry, passion for leadership, and enlightenment about Asian American culture.
Three words stood above all others: Wisdom, Honor, and Courage.
For over a decade, Beta Tau Omega has thrived at the Texas A&M campus by following these principles, bringing hundreds of young men of every imaginable background together in the name of brotherhood. Since its founding, Beta Tau Omega has been a pillar of the Asian American community at Texas A&M and remains the one of the few Asian Interest Fraternity in Texas to be continuously recognized by its school since it was founded.
Purposes of the Fraternity:
Encourage academic achievement
Promote brotherhood among men
Promote social interaction among people
Provide philanthropy for worthy causes
Promote a sense of belonging
Develop individual skills and leadership abilities in young men
Promote interaction among people of different ethnic heritage
Develop a sense of identity of Asian American men on campus
Provide an insight into the Asian American culture for people of non-Asian descent
Develop each individual member to his fullest potential