Theta Kappa Phi Sorority

About


Club Information
medium size
35 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
"Faith, Love, and Trust"

What We Do

Sisterhood is built during pledgeship and blossoms beyond our college years. As Theta sisters, we share experiences, develop memories, and grow together. Throughout the year, sisterhood events give us chances to take time out of our busy college lives to relax and spend time with each other Theta Kappa Phi places importance not only on sisterhood, social networking and service to the community, but on academics as well. The sorority offers a strong support system and encourages every sister to maintain an above-average GPA and do well in her courses. After all, Thetas are first and foremost UCLA students! There are many upperclassmen with diverse major backgrounds from whom lowerclassmen can seek mentorship and assistance with their general and prerequisite classes. Furthermore, the sorority provides a test bank with previous exams and notes, along with weekly study sessions, in order to equip sisters with the help and motivation they need to succeed. Every quarter, the sorority acknowledges sisters who have made the honor roll. At the end of the year, the annual Dr. Robert S. Kinsman Scholarship and Margaret Ohara Shinohara Scholarship, open to all sisters, are awarded to the two Thetas who have exhibited the most leadership, academic excellence, and overall performance. Community service is one of the pillars upon which Theta Kappa Phi was founded. Thetas recognize the importance of giving back to our community to help improve the lives of others and to build a better future. Annual philanthropy events include the Revlon Run/Walk to raise breast cancer awareness, beach clean-ups, UCLA Volunteer Day, and many more. Aside from our brother and sister Asian-interest sororities at UCLA, Theta Kappa Phi also interacts with other Greek-affiliated organizations on campus, such as those in the Multi-Interest Greek Council (MIGC). As a member of the larger Southern California Asian Greek Council (SoCal AGC), Theta Kappa Phi frequently connects and organizes recruitment, mixer, and tailgating events with Asian Greeks at colleges such as University of Southern California, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly Pomona, San Diego State University, and even Cal Poly SLO and Stanford University.
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Rush Week
Deadline: Jun. 4 at 7:42 AM

Theta Kappa Phi Sorority

About


Club Information
medium size
35 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!
"Faith, Love, and Trust"

What We Do

Sisterhood is built during pledgeship and blossoms beyond our college years. As Theta sisters, we share experiences, develop memories, and grow together. Throughout the year, sisterhood events give us chances to take time out of our busy college lives to relax and spend time with each other Theta Kappa Phi places importance not only on sisterhood, social networking and service to the community, but on academics as well. The sorority offers a strong support system and encourages every sister to maintain an above-average GPA and do well in her courses. After all, Thetas are first and foremost UCLA students! There are many upperclassmen with diverse major backgrounds from whom lowerclassmen can seek mentorship and assistance with their general and prerequisite classes. Furthermore, the sorority provides a test bank with previous exams and notes, along with weekly study sessions, in order to equip sisters with the help and motivation they need to succeed. Every quarter, the sorority acknowledges sisters who have made the honor roll. At the end of the year, the annual Dr. Robert S. Kinsman Scholarship and Margaret Ohara Shinohara Scholarship, open to all sisters, are awarded to the two Thetas who have exhibited the most leadership, academic excellence, and overall performance. Community service is one of the pillars upon which Theta Kappa Phi was founded. Thetas recognize the importance of giving back to our community to help improve the lives of others and to build a better future. Annual philanthropy events include the Revlon Run/Walk to raise breast cancer awareness, beach clean-ups, UCLA Volunteer Day, and many more. Aside from our brother and sister Asian-interest sororities at UCLA, Theta Kappa Phi also interacts with other Greek-affiliated organizations on campus, such as those in the Multi-Interest Greek Council (MIGC). As a member of the larger Southern California Asian Greek Council (SoCal AGC), Theta Kappa Phi frequently connects and organizes recruitment, mixer, and tailgating events with Asian Greeks at colleges such as University of Southern California, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly Pomona, San Diego State University, and even Cal Poly SLO and Stanford University.

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Rush Week
Deadline: Jun. 4 at 7:42 AM