The Coronavirus Update web page offers answers to some frequently asked questions, and chapter advisors, district officers, and Theta staff are also resources for you.
College chapter recruitment gives us an opportunity to make authentic connections with potential new members. We offer a glimpse into 150 years of Theta sisterhood and seek to portray sorority life in its most accurate, foundational form.
Every college or university has different policies and procedures for joining women’s fraternities and sororities, which is why we recommend contacting the Panhellenic, Greek Affairs, or Student Activities office on your respective campus. You can generally locate contact information for the office associated with fraternity/sorority life on the website of the university you are attending. Often, there will be information on how to register for recruitment. If the website does not contain this information, we can assist you by putting you in contact with a Panhellenic officer.
Kappa Alpha Theta welcomes as members, in accordance with the laws of the Fraternity, college women, without regard to race, religion, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by applicable law. As some of the earliest women to attend college, Kappa Alpha Theta’s founders fought for inclusion in a frequently hostile educational and social environment. Our mission is to offer women lifelong opportunities for intellectual, and personal growth. Those who identify as women are eligible for membership in Kappa Alpha Theta.
If you are a freshman attending a college that has fall primary recruitment, it is most likely that you will receive information during the summer prior to the start of school. Be certain to note the deadlines for recruitment registration. If you do not receive anything from the Panhellenic/Greek Affairs/Student Activities office, be sure to contact the university by following the procedure listed above.
Values-based recruitment is a proven way to recruit members who exemplify our values: personal excellence, sisterhood/friendship, scholarship, service, and leadership. By incorporating values into recruitment, our chapters focus on executing recruitment events that accurately portray both the benefits and obligations of membership. This allows potential new members (PNMs) to get a realistic sense of what membership in Kappa Alpha Theta means during the college experience and beyond. Values-based recruitment results in members who join our organization due to genuine, authentic connections.
Kappa Alpha Theta supports all aspects of the Values-Based Recruitment Policy adopted by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). This policy was revised in October 2015 and states:
All college Panhellenics and their member chapters shall incorporate certain policies into their membership recruitment programs; for more details, please visit the National Panhellenic Conference website.
Kappa Alpha Theta is dedicated to ensuring that every chapter executes a values-based recruitment. By recruiting women whose values align with our own, we can ensure that we are welcoming new members who are dedicated to our purpose and mission.