Advisory Boards

All of Triangle Fraternity’s successful undergraduate chapters have one common trait: a strong, engaged, alumni board.  With the guidance of engaged alumni, undergraduate chapters always have a group of brothers they can turn to for support. Advisory boards also allow alumni to network with one another, host social and chapter events, and remain connected to Triangle on a personal, chapter, and national level.

Triangle Fraternity has adapted a Tri-Board alumni board structure.  This structure is aimed at keeping a large pool of alumni engaged with the undergraduate chapter and local alumni in their immediate area but also narrows the focus/shrinks responsibility for individual volunteers which increases efficiency and decreases burn-out.

To learn more about the Tri-Board chapter advisory board model click the board titles below.  To learn how to implement a Tri-Board model at your local chapter, get involved in a local area alumni group, or if you simply have any question contact Mike Fouts at


Membership Development Board (MDB)
Housing Corporation (HC)
Alumni Association (AA)