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Chapter Advisors:
Kappa Alpha Theta Wants You!

What is a Kappa Alpha Theta advisor?

She is a teacher, a mentor, a role model, a counselor, and a friend. She helps college women develop as individuals, become leaders, and prepare for life after college. Dedicated advisors are an integral part of the success of Theta college chapters.

What do advisors do?

Each of our college chapters needs a board of advisors to provide guidance and advice on finance, membership recruitment, discipline, risk management, and all other chapter issues. Advisors communicate regularly with chapter officers and make themselves available to all members of the chapter, help the chapter plan and implement officer transition, know and support the laws and procedures of the Fraternity, and handle disciplinary proceedings in an equitable and positive manner.

What kind of support is available to advisors?

Advisory boards are supported by a network of Fraternity officers and staff, including the chapter services department and district directors. Multiple opportunities are available for training and networking.

What do alumnae gain by serving as advisors?

On a personal level, many Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae want to give back to Theta some of what they received from their own college experiences. Advisors also gain satisfaction from knowing that they are helping to keep the Fraternity strong and reputable. An effective advisory board can be the key to a chapter's success. Through involvement with a college chapter, advisors have the opportunity to contribute to the future while developing new friendships and gaining new experiences.

How do I learn more about becoming an advisor?

Advisory boards are appointed by college district directors (CDDs) for a one-year term. In the Officers and Staff section, you can find contact information for the CDD in your area. You may also fill out the Volunteer Interest Indicator (Online)  to let us know about your interests!