Oregon State University, Pi Chapter

The Pi Chapter at Oregon State University was founded in December 1920. We invite the top 20% of sophomores, the top 25% of juniors, and the top 33% of seniors in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program at Oregon State University. Our Chapter hosts faculty speakers, industry speakers, and other events to provide its members with networking opportunities.

Members of the Pi Chapter believe it is important to give back to the community and provide tutoring to undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering students each term. Our Members are required to tutor for a minimum of one hour each week for eight weeks out of a ten-week term.

Region 6: Western USA

Section: Corvallis, OR (Oregon)

Founding Date: December 19, 1921

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Last Update: 2/21/2023

Corvallis, Oregon

Corvallis is nestled in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, within 90 minutes of the Portland Metropolitan area, world-class skiing, and the spectacular Oregon coast. Corvallis has a residential population of 58,885 and is home to start-ups like NuScale Power and R&D facilities for HP Inc.

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what chapter members are saying

I had a great time connecting with past and future professors at the HKN induction ceremony this fall.


The Pi chapter has strengthened my passion for electrical engineering, and allowed me to have a positive impact on other engineering students at Oregon State University.

Austin Goergen

Joining the Pi chapter here at Oregon State has afforded me the opportunity to meet other students that I otherwise would not have met. I am excited to see where our chapter goes from here.

Jazmin Cartagena