Categories: Announcements, Blog
The last week saw unprecedented actions to stop the spread of the coronavirus (also called COVID-19) in the United States. Every university is taking steps to keep their students safe. Theta Phi Alpha is doing the same - taking steps to keep our members and our staff safe.
Updates on chapter programming, budget, extension, installations, and Convention!
This conference summary covers the National Panhellenic Conference's Annual Educational Conference which Theta Phi Alpha leadership recently attended in Memphis, Tennessee.
As sisters, we should be committed to building relationships with one another from a place of respect and care for one another. To do this, it is important to continue an open and honest dialogue on hazing.
How do we decide which schools to apply to? Why can’t we be on the big campuses? How can YOU help Theta Phi Alpha grow?
What is the Theta Phi Alpha Foundation exactly? Read more on the National President's blog post to learn how the Foundation provides resources for scholarship, philanthropy, and education through charitable giving.
National President Tracey Liphardt recaps 2018 and shares some news for the months ahead.
Hello, Sisters! Co-writing my inaugural President’s Blog is Kathryn (Katie) Hartmann, our new Executive Director (ED).
The 2016-2018 Grand Council proposed changes in terminology related to Theta Phi Alpha’s extension efforts, particularly replacing the term “colony” with “emerging chapter.” We are proud of the 2018 Convention body’s support of this decision with their unanimous vote to reflect these changes in our governing documents.
"Music has always been a big part of my life and always will be." Read more about National President, Susan Lee, and her passion for music.
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