FAITH. HOPE. LOVE.
Kappa Alpha Theta has been growing in sisterhood since 1870 as each member strives to develop themselves through leadership, academics, service and most importantly life-long friendships. Today, the same holds true for us here at The University of Texas at Dallas. Thetas are a well-rounded group of women at UTD as they are constantly balancing their academic, professional, philanthropic, and social activities. Beyond that, the women of Theta share a bond that truly lasts a lifetime.
As a whole, Kappa Alpha Theta exists to nurture each member throughout her college and alumnae experience and to offer a lifelong opportunity for social, intellectual, and moral growth as she meets the higher and broader demands of mature life. Each member of Kappa Alpha Theta finds a place to learn and grow while being encouraged by her sisters.
Looking at our website, you will see that Theta life at UTD is full of excitement and adventure. In the Fall we look forward to welcoming our new members, supporting CASA of Collin County with our signature 5k event, and attending our theme party. Spring brings out our competitive side during Greek Week, our humble side at Black and Gold Scholarship Banquet, and our fun side at formal. Year round we enjoy a variety of sisterhood events, mixers with fraternity men, and gatherings with alumnae.
As president of the Zeta Upsilon chapter, I am honored to represent the women of Kappa Alpha Theta. Everyday I am impressed with and inspired by our members’ accomplishments, passion, motivation, and grace. I thank Kappa Alpha Theta for opening my eyes to the enriching bond of sisterhood and that Theta is for a lifetime.
I hope you enjoy browsing through our website and learning more about the incredible women in our chapter!
Zeta Upsilon | Chief Executive Officer
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