Texas A&M University-Kingsville

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Theta Phi Alpha

Theta Phi Alpha

Color's:

Silver, Gold, and Blue

Symbol's Mascot:

Penguin

Jewels:

Sapphire and Pearl

Flower:

White Rose

Activities:

Theta Phi Alpha has national philanthropies which include "The House that Theta Phi Built", which helps to improve the plight of the homeless. There is "Glenmary Lay Missionaries", which takes place in the depressed areas of the United States and helps distribute food, clothing and other items. The Founders Foundation manages the education and philanthropic interests. Along with national philanthropic events, Theta Phi Alpha has a number of philanthropies such as Highway Clean-up, Relay for Life, Community Easter Egg Hunt, numerous food drives and much more.

Member Activities:

Promote Greek life on campus. participate in community service projects that benefit Texas A&M University - Kingsville and the surrounding community.

Purpose of Chapter:

Our mission is to create bonds of friendship in order to advance education, social and philanthropic interests. As well as promote community and campus leadership by adherence to the highest moral standards.

History:

Founded in 1912 by Father Edward D. Kelly at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He believed there should be some kind of home life provided for the young Catholic women and realized that a sorority offered such society, friendship, and atmosphere.

Requirements:

Any women currently enrolled in Texas A&M University - Kingsville in good academic standing is eligible. GPA requirements are a 2.5 or higher. Must be interested in promoting community service, Greek life, sisterhood and development of outstanding scholarly and professional standards.

*A Student Service Fee Funded Program

This page was last updated on: December 15, 2014