- Totes & Bags
- Buttons & Magnets
- Stickers & Decals
- Car Accessories
- Graduation Stoles
- Fanny Packs
- Home Decor Gifts
- Paddles & Plaques
- Stationery & Desk Items
- Big & Little
Why Shop the Theta Tau Store?
Over the years, we’ve worked with hundreds of Theta Tau’s around the country and we’re proud to offer the highest-quality Theta Tau clothing and merchandise on the web. At Greek U, we carry the newest and most popular items that allow you to stay in tune with the hottest Theta Tau apparel trends and styles.
All of our Theta Tau clothing comes in various sizes, colors, and styles. This helps ensure that you can always find the right size and color of any item you like. Our variety of Theta Tau apparel is ideal as a gift or simply to beef up your own wardrobe. Looking for something to keep you warm in an early morning class or on your trip to the gym? Check out our Theta Tau sweatshirts, or stay cool in our Theta Tau shirts, which are some of our top-selling items.
Nearing graduation? Check out our most popular product for seniors: our Theta Tau graduation stoles. No matter what you’re looking for, you can always count on us to help you find the ideal Theta Tau items for any Greek sports event, fundraiser, or recruitment day. We also have a ton of Theta Tau hats, tote bags, and sunglasses to choose from.
So, what are you waiting for? Visit our store today and find something you’ll love to wear!
The History of Theta Tau
Theta Tau was founded on the campus of the University of Minnesota on October 15, 1094. 112 years old, Theta Tau was initially called the “Society of Hammer and Tongs” by its founders, Erich J. Schrader, Elwin L. Vinal, William M. Lewis, and Isaac B. Hanks. Since its inception, Theta Tau has initiated 20,000 collegiate members and more than 30,000 lifetime members.
The fraternity’s symbol is the hammer and tongs, across the gear wheel. The motto of the fraternity is "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might;..." Notable alumni from this fraternity include Joe Engle, astronaut and commander of Space Shuttle Discovery, Curtis LeMay, US Air Force General, and Cliff Stearns, US Congressman from Florida.