Theta Phi Alpha is so proud of you and all your accomplishments. We know that you have achieved many scholastic and personal accomplishments in the past four years. Whether you were initiated as a freshman or a senior, you have been a part of our collegian population and now move onto the wonderful world of being an alumna! Now is the best time to celebrate our sisterhood!
Transitioning to the alumnae phase is one of the best parts of Theta Phi Alpha. The alumnae phase is the longest phase of membership, so you have the most years to enjoy it! The Fraternity has many ways for alumnae to stay involved in Theta Phi Alpha and enjoy the many benefits that come with our sisterhood. One of the best ways to stay connected with Theta Phi Alpha and continue to be involved with the Fraternity is to join an alumnae association or club. Associations or clubs are a great way to meet sisters across ages in your area, and still participate in different social, philanthropy, community service, and sisterhood activities – without all the timelines and mandatory events of chapter life.
We can help locate your closest alumnae association or club by filling out the Alumnae Association Interest Form, or locating your association or club president on the National Roster. Don’t have an alumnae association or club in your area? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and request information on starting an alumnae association or club. Fill out the Member Contact Request Form and find other alumnae in your area to start an association or a club.
Make sure you are following the Fraternity on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and our website. Stay connected to all things Theta Phi Alpha and see what is going on around the country and in your area! Volunteer to serve as a National Officer. We are always looking for women to serve on our Chapter Advisory Boards, so if there are chapters in your area (even if it’s not your own), please indicate that on the National Officer Interest Form. Volunteer for an event in your area. Theta Phi Days are usually held in the fall throughout many regions of the country.
Register for our new membership portal, my.thetaphialpha.org to update your contact information; you can also see your donations to the Foundation, your service records, find other sisters, add mentoring information, and pay your Alumnae Dues. Our membership portal assists us in connecting our sisterhood, so encourage others to sign up! (The portal requires a separate login from the login that you use for the Theta Phi Alpha intranet pages.)
Find alumnae in your area and become friends! We are already sisters, so the connection is already there. One of the best things you can do in Theta Phi Alpha is make many wonderful alumnae connections and gain so many wonderful friends. One of my best Theta Phi Alpha friends lives in Nebraska and I live in New Jersey. Many others will tell you the same thing! Being an alumna is such a wonderful part of Theta Phi Alpha and I encourage each new alumna to connect with other alumnae and find your favorite part about being an alumna.
Yours in the bonds of sisterhood,
National Vice President-Collegians