Delta Tau Delta
Beta Nu Chapter
Welcome to the Delt House at MIT.
Since our founding in 1889 the Beta Nu chapter has been a leader on campus and our brothers have gone on to be leaders around the world. Our close-knit brotherhood of interesting, hard-working men is diverse, representing a broad range of backgrounds, interests, ethnicities, and academic disciplines.
As a brotherhood, we are committed to academic achievement, leadership development, and service to others. As an organization, we are committed to teaching our members to succeed both at MIT and in later life. Alumni of our chapter often attribute many of the skills they learned at MIT to their valuable experiences as Delts.
Although personal development is important to us, we know that there is much more to life than achievement. Our social program is known as one of Boston’s best and our events range from retreats to formal cocktail parties to larger parties.
We live in a beautiful brownstone on 416 Beacon Street in Boston’s historic Back Bay. It houses impressive amenities, including a spacious roofdeck, dedicated study rooms, laundry facilities, and a billiards room, we are fortunate to call 416 Beacon our home.
The Delt house is a place to laugh, a place to party, and a place to learn. The bonds of brotherhood formed here truly last a lifetime and connect a remarkable list of successful alumni from Fortune 500 executives to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
Jackson Lubin, Chapter President
Delts are a talented, diverse group of brothers who make us more than just a fraternity.
The brothers of Delta Tau Delta are diverse and talented in many ways. Whether it is in or out of the classroom, we pride ourselves on excelling in everything we do. In the classroom, we encourage and help each other to do well in our studies; outside the classroom, everyone does something amazing. Here are some of the things that we pride ourselves on excelling at:
Whether it is business, engineering, or non-profit work, the connections we have made last a lifetime and often benefit younger members that wish to follow a similar path. Here is an abbreviated list of the companies we have worked for or received offers from in recent years.
Jane Street Capital
Five Rings Capital
Delts maintain a high standard of academic excellence and continue to foster relationships with students and faculty. We have brothers in just about every department within MIT, conducting groundbreaking research and pursuing career interests. Many brothers have also continued their education beyond MIT.
Members of Delta Tau Delta are also highly athletic and love playing sports. When not in the classroom or thriving in a corporate environment, we find a way to remain competitive with varsity and intramurals.
In the spirit of lifelong brotherhood, we even have an alumni softball team that competes in MIT's summer league! For more information, please reach out to the alumni relations chairman!
Not Pictured: Carlos Hernandez ‘21, Andy Shin ‘22, Mitch Rydzynski ‘22, Jack Sandstedt ‘22,
Congrats on getting in! We’re looking forward to meeting you this CPW at one of our events!
If you have any questions about spring rush or anything else, please email our Rush Chairs, Will de Rubertis and Jo Pierre.
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