Each chapter need to submit a full annual chapter report electronically, and a 500-word summary report that needs to be entered in each chapter's page.  Reports should be submitted after April 15 and before June 30.

Even though submitting both reports before the June 30th deadline is one of the requirements for a chapter to acquire the good standing status, please try to submit your reports, even after the deadline, for the sake of documenting what you have accomplished and the history of your chapter and Pi Tau Sigma, in general.

Please follow the report format described below when submitting your full report.

Activities  best be documented with accompanying pictures, flyers, etc. The extent of Pi Tau Sigma's contribution in organizing events/activities and level of participation needs to be documented. Please make sure to highlight all volunteer community activities and charity fundraisers.

All reports should electronically be submitted to National Secretary-Treasurer.

 <current academic year, i.e.> 20xx-20xx
 <your complete chapter name, i.e.> South Dakota State Tau Chi
 A. Initiations
 In this segment indicate your initiation procedure including selection process, requirements from initiates, initiation ceremony and rituals, and celebration. Include dates and numbers for all initiations held. No need to list names of initiates.
 B. Chapter Activities
 Include all chapter activities for the academic year. This will involve fundraisers, community services, university projects, etc. Please give sufficient details if the project involved other societies and if so what was your level of participation. To support your statements you may include photos, local paper articles, etc. Discuss your chapter meetings, banquets, convention participation and anything else that your chapter is involved with.
 C. Other
 Include anything else here that does not fit the above two categories that will strengthen your report.
 Please e-mail your Annual Chapter Report as a PDF attachment to the Secretary-Treasurer. The total length of the report including attachments cannot exceed 10 pages. In preparing the report use Times New Roman Font 12, with single space and 1 inch margins in all four sides. Submit your file in Adobe Acrobat pdf format, with the file name specified as <your chapter Name> Annual Report <academic year>, i.e. South Dakota State Tau Chi Annual Report 20xx-20xx.pdf (please use space between words, do not use underscores).


After April 15, all chapters please provide a 500-word summary of your activities during the calendar year. Please emphasize volunteer community activities, charity fundraisers, and chapter activities relating to service to the department and profession. The extent of each chapter's contribution in organizing events/activities and level of participation should be documented.

You will need to upload this summary into your chapter page on the website. To login to your page, please type and then enter your credentials to login.  After logging in, click on the Chapters Tab, then navigate to your Chapter's page, click on it, and then click Edit to  access your page. Please enter the 500-word summary, in the Body section, below the school picture and the existing paragraphs. You may copy what you wrote on the word file and paste it directly (control+V).  Above your new paragraph, please enter the period of the reported activities, i.e. 20xx-20xx, and the author’s name and their chapter position. Make sure you save your entry by clicking on the Save and keep published tab at the bottom of the page.

You will need to type to end your session and log out. Please see your advisor if you do not know your login userid and password.

After you upload your 500-word summary, please email the summary report as a PDF attachment to the Secretary-Treasurer, with the file name specified as <your chapter Name> Summary Report <academic year>, i.e. South Dakota State Tau Chi Summary Report 20xx-20xx.pdf (please use space between words, do not use underscores).. 

For chapters in good standing, these entries will serve as summaries to be judged for the Outstanding Performance and Service awards.

The top three vote-getters in each category, will be recognized in next year's convention and will be granted monetary awards.