Fraternity Organization Structure
In order to make Triangle Fraternity successful there needs to be a strong organizational structure. Through the support of volunteers, dedication of staff members, and the generosity of donors Triangle is able to support its vast network of brothers and volunteers while simultaneously planning for the future.
On the Fraternity’s side of operations, Triangle is governed by a National Council. Triangle Fraternity’s National Council consists of nine alumni volunteers voted in by their peers and one undergraduate Active Advisor. The National Council is responsible for setting strategies and measuring progress toward strategy-level goals that affect all of Triangle. In its role of leading the Fraternity, National Council always strives to act in a way that represents the founding principles of Triangle. For more on Triangle Fraternity’s National Council click here.
The Building Loan Fund (BLF) was created at the 1957 National Convention Council to provide monies to Triangle chapters and colonies for the purpose of financing house purchase, construction, remodeling, furnishings and equipment. The Building Loan Fund is administered by five trustees, Triangle brothers with extensive experience in fraternity and house-holding corporation management. The BLF is a standing committee of Triangle National Council. The trustees also provide guidance and assistance to chapters and colonies with regard to insurance, safety matters, and future housing needs. For more on the Triangle Building and Housing Corporation click here.
The Headquarters staff, is responsible for implementing the strategy of National Council with appropriate tactical action, as well as measuring progress. Furthermore, the Headquarters staff oversees the day to day operations of the fraternity which include educational support, risk management and event management training, collection of fees and dues, creating and sharing of resources, and alumni services. Triangle Fraternity staff is always available to assist undergraduates, chapters, and alumni.
While Triangle Fraternity’s organizational structure helps to keep the Fraternity running smoothly, many of these services could not be made possible without the generosity of the Triangle Education Foundation (TEF). Learn about the TEFs continuing support of Triangle Fraternity please visit their website at www.triangleef.org.