Upon initiation, initiates sign the “Grand Ole Book.” Presented to us when we were known as the Missouri Beta Chapter for the Missouri School of Mines back on May 22, 1950, all Chi Epsilon Missouri S&T initiates have signed the book leading up to now. We are still in the process of deciphering some signatures; if you have information on names needing to be changed or can help recognize names, please contact Editor of the Transit!
Congrats to Fall 2021 Initiates!
Thank you to all of your dedicated hard work this semester with our shortened semester and thank you to our newly-inducted Chapter Honor Member Claudia Hoeft for inspiring us with your personal testimony of professional engineering!
An invitation to initiate requires CArEE Department students to have at least junior standing and be ranked in the top third of their class academically.
During the initiation process, initiates must complete the following tasks:
Attend all pledge and general meetings (contact Pledge Marshal.)
Pass two quizzes over Chi Epsilon national and chapter history, rules and procedure.
Pay a one-time membership due of $100 that covers materials, event, and chapter costs.
Plaque and Key
Polish and mount the provided aluminum transit key to a plaque and obtain signatures from all S&T Chi Epsilon Officers and S&T Chi Epsilon Faculty Advisor.
Serve at least two hours in Chi Epsilon service project(s) per semester.
Attend at least two Chi Epsilon social events per semester.
Give a 5-10 minute presentation on a technical topic of your choice.
Attend our end-of-the-semester initiation ceremony.