Co-Chairs: Must be eligible for Federal Work-Study and are responsible for managing all the social events for Alpha Tau, and the academic development of the program. They plan events like Scholars Day and Spring Swing. These are paid positions.
Treasurer: Responsible for managing the funds of Alpha Tau, as well as maintaining Alpha Tau’s bank account, and being responsible for the debit card/checks for the account. He/She will also oversee fundraising efforts with the committee and coordinator.
Secretary: In charge of keeping minutes at Honors meetings and doing his/her part to help out in any Alpha Tau event. He/She also play a large part in the generation and organization of the Scholar’s Day schedule.
Historian: In charge of organizing past and present information about the Honors program, including membership numbers, events, and photos.
Fundraising Coordinator: Works closely with the Social Co-Chair and Treasurer in helping plan fundraising events and coming up with ideas for other fundraisers. He/She is also the head of the Fundraising Committee.
Community Coordinator: Primarily responsible for helping out with Spring Swing and managing the creation of Tiger Serve Day teams. This officer will also be responsible for coming up with new philanthropy for Alpha Tau to be involved in. He/She will also be the head of the Community Committee.
Public Relations Coordinator: Responsible for generating all graphic media and is in charge of control of the society’s social media.
Chaplain: Helps to keep the spiritual needs of the organization in mind and prays at all events. He/She is also there for members of the organization needing spiritual guidance.
Black and White Coordinator: Primarily in charge of planning our annual event “Black and White.” He/She works closely with other officers to delegate tasks for the event.
Spring Swing Coordinator: Primarily in charge of planning our annual event “Spring Swing.” He/She works closely with other officers to delegate tasks for the event.
Ambassadors: There will be two or more ambassadors for each school of study. They will work closely with the Social Co-Chair to involve students from their school of study in Honors events. Ambassadors will also be in charge of planning meetings throughout the semester with students from their school of study. Students will direct questions related to their school of study to the Ambassadors.