Kappa Alpha Theta has a long history as the first Greek-letter fraternity known among women. We are founded on the principles of attaining the highest scholarship, spreading the widest influence for good, and developing our members as leading women. Our chapter is so excited to meet all potential new members (PNMs) throughout the fall primary recruitment process and cannot wait to welcome a new member class this year!
Involvement in Greek life provides students with a wide variety of opportunities to develop leadership skills, achieve academically, and increase involvement in the community through various service and philanthropy activities. Additionally, Greek membership can help make the transition to college smoother and more enjoyable for students by providing a support system found through the camaraderie of the Greek community.
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Please visit the SDSU Panhellenic website for more information regarding the recruitment process and to register for Formal Recruitment.
If you have any additional questions or have recommendations, packets, etc. please contact our Chief Recruiting Officer, Aspen Waddle, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to connecting with you!
Are letters of reference required for membership in Kappa Alpha Theta?
No, a letter of reference is not required in order to receive an invitation to membership in Kappa Alpha Theta.
Who is eligible to write a letter of reference and how do I submit a letter of reference?
You may write a letter of reference if you are...
You can fill out the online letter of reference form on the Kappa Alpha Theta website. The online form, upon submittal, will automatically be sent to the Chief Recruiting Officer (CRO) of the school where the PNM is attending.
What is a legacy?
A Theta legacy is defined as a daughter, granddaughter, great-granddaughter, or sister of a Kappa Alpha Theta. Stepdaughters, step granddaughters, step great-granddaughters, and stepsisters are considered legacies if their family considers them as such and if the family asks that they be considered as such on the legacy introduction form. These women all deserve special consideration.
There is no such thing as an indirect legacy (i.e., cousin, niece, etc.), and such persons are not given special consideration. However, we recognize that they may have special knowledge of and interest in Kappa Alpha Theta and are warmly welcomed and recruited.