Establishing a College Chapter
Kappa Alpha Theta has established college chapters at these fine institutions. Each is currently thriving on its campus.
- Theta Pi/Sacred Heart—Established November 18, 2017
- Theta Omicron/UNC Charlotte—Established November 11, 2017
- Epsilon Nu/Virginia Tech—Reestablished February 1, 2017
- Theta Xi/UC Santa Cruz—Established January 28, 2017
- Gamma Sigma/San Diego State—Reestablished December 11, 2016
- Epsilon Theta/Stetson—Established November 19, 2016
- Gamma Kappa/George Washington—Reestablished November 16, 2016
- Theta Nu/Georgia Tech—Established November 12, 2016
- Theta Mu/Mines—Established November 5, 2016
- Theta Lambda/Rochester—Established 2015
- Theta Kappa/Louisville—Established 2014
- Beta Gamma/Colorado State—Reestablished 2014
- Zeta Chi/Johns Hopkins—Reestablished 2014
- Theta Iota/Georgetown—Established 2014
- Theta Theta/NC State—Established 2013
- Eta Omega/St. Louis—Established 2013
- Eta Psi/Tufts—Established 2013
- Zeta Omicron/Wake Forest—Reestablished 2013
- Alpha Beta/Swarthmore—Reestablished 2013
What is extension?
Extension is the addition of National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) chapters to the Panhellenic community on a college or university campus, or the establishment of a fraternity community on a campus where previously none had existed. Extension is a pioneering process.
Since our founding in 1870, we have attracted women who are willing to take the lead, open new doors, blaze new trails. Kappa Alpha Theta has always appealed to pioneering spirits. Our track record of extending the Theta sisterhood to new campuses is really remarkable. Building new traditions, forging lifelong friendships, leaving a lasting legacy—these are just a few of the rewards of being the first in Theta.
Young women today have the same basic needs and desires as our founders did in 1870—to find an organization that can provide guidance and support during their academic pursuits, both now and in the years to come.
For more than 140 years, Kappa Alpha Theta has sought partnerships with Greek communities across the United States and Canada that have a meaningful "fit" with our organization. We do not enter into a new partnership without careful thought, research, and understanding of a college and a campus.
Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity is always looking for an opportunity for international growth through establishing a college chapter. As a member of NPC, Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity agrees to follow a specific set of agreements by which all member groups must abide. These agreements govern the extension process.
To start the extension process on your campus, please contact:National Panhellenic Conference
3901 West 86th Street, Suite 398
Indianapolis, IN 46268
If you are a member of a local sorority that is not affiliated with an NPC group and would like to be affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta, or you have inquiries about our organization, please contact the director of chapter services who can answer any questions regarding the extension process.