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Sigma Gamma Tau is the national honor society for Aerospace Engineering.  The purpose of Sigma Gamma Tau is to identify and recognize achievement and excellence in the field of Aerospace Engineering.


Distinguished scholarship or eminent professional attainment in Aerospace Engineering is the primary eligibility requirement for Sigma Gamma Tau.

Undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited Aerospace curriculum must have completed at least five quarters or three semesters of work toward the bachelor's degree. Those in the upper one-third of the senior class, upper one-quarter of the junior class, or upper one-fifth of the sophomore class with grade averages equivalent to a B (85%) are eligible.

Graduate students must be in good academic standing and have met similar requirements. After the scholastic requisite is fulfilled, selection is then based on a high moral character and a strong interest in Aeronautics and/or Astronautics. By recognizing this group of young Aerospace engineers, Sigma Gamma Tau seeks to identify those from which the future advances in the profession are most likely to come.

Membership is also extended to those individuals in the Aerospace industry who have made significant contributions to the profession.


For additional information, contact:
Dr. John Baker

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