Recommend a Potential New Member

It's never been easier to recommend a collegian for potential membership.  Online reference forms are available at the Kappa Alpha Theta website.  To submit a reference CLICK HERE


Help a College Chapter

Advisors needed! The Colorado college chapters can always use alumnae support, either on their Advisory Boards or their Facility Corporation Boards. Please contact the College District President for District VIII, Abbey Mansfield for more information.

 


Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation Scholarships and Grants

The 2012-2013 Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation scholarship application process closed February 1, 2013.   The 2013-2014 application should be available in November 2013.   

Grants for non-degree educational and leadership opportunities for alumnae and collegians are available year round.  Please visit the Foundation website for more information.
www.kappaalphathetafoundation.org/receive/apply-now/

DENVER AREA PANHELLENIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Each spring the Denver Area Panhellinic (DAP) awards scholarships to undergraduate and graduate sorority women.  These scholarships are funded through the generous support of local alumnae chapters.   For scholarship information or to donate on-line visit their website at denverareapanhellenic.org



Fraternal Caucus

On behalf of the 69 member fraternities of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), and the 26 sororities of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), let us welcome you to the Capital Fraternal Caucus. Now more than ever we need your help to ensure policymakers in Washington enact laws that allow us to sustain and grow Greek life.

Learn how you can help Theta collegians by supporting legislation which impacts Greek life at www.fraternalcaucus.org.  
Legislation in the 111th Congress (2009-2010)

The Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act of 2009 (H.R. 1547/S. 781) (CHIA) would allow tax deductible contributions to not-for-profit student housing entities such as fraternity and sorority foundations to be used for the same purposes that a college or university could use such contributions.

The College Fire Prevention Act (H.R. 642/S. 1791) authorizes a program of federal matching grants to install life-saving fire suppression technology in existing student housing, including fraternity and sorority houses. These grants are important for fraternities and sororities because current IRS interpretations of U.S. tax law effectively prevent them from financing housing improvements through private fundraising.


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