Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Incorporated Epsilon Iota Chapter

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About the Club

Lambda Theta Alpha is an Academic based Sorority founded on the principles of Unity, Love, and Respect at Kean University, New Jersey in 1975. We are the First and Largest Latina Sorority in the Nation.
Although our roots go back to being a Latin based Sorority we are inclusive “ Latin by Tradition, not by Definition”.
The purpose of Lambda Theta Alpha shall be to provide a sisterhood based on unity, love, and respect, to provide social and cultural activities, and to carry on charitable and educational programs. To promote leadership, maintain high academic standards, and to serve as a voice for the Latino community.
We are dedicate to the empowerment of minorities and the universal woman through her education, a love of culture, the disenfranchised and her surrounding communities.
Our National Philanthropy is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital just in 2011 alone we raised $21,716.45!
We are a Member of National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO).
Lambda Theta Alpha was awarded the Organization of the Year and Philanthropic Organization of the Year by NALFO!
Our colors are Burgundy and Grey, our nicknames our LTA, and Lovely Lambda Ladies, we have a “call,” a hand-sign, and performs traditional salutes, chants, and strolls.

Membership Qualifications

Minimum 2.6 G.P.A.

How to Join

One thing that makes Lambda Theta Alpha unique is that we do not Rush. For this reason, we established the “Interested Ladies of Lambda Theta Alpha” as an alternative to Rush. We take great pride in our group and devote much time to its success and orientation. As part of the interest group, potential members have the opportunity to interact with each other, and sisters of Lambda Theta Alpha, on a social and professional basis. Being in the interest group requires dedication and a sincere desire to not only learn about our sorority and diverse culture but to effect change in the community through service and activism. By working together in fundraising and community service activities, a close knit bond is formed that makes the transition into our sisterhood a unique and memorable experience.
If you would like more information on becoming an Interested Lady, please feel free to contact our Recruitment and Retention Chair Tiana Canon at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Meeting Information

Time: Monday 7:30 pm
Location: NH 119

Contact Info

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