Kappa Alpha Theta

Kappa Alpha Theta Greek letters

Kappa Alpha Theta was established on January 27, 1870 at Ashbury University (now DePauw University) in Indiana. Theta offers a nurturing environment for women, provides leadership opportunities while promoting academic excellence. We are committed to personal and moral growth under the values of scholarship, service, leadership, personal excellence, and friendship/sisterhood. Kappa Alpha Theta is dedicated through our vision of leading every member to personal excellence through lifelong sisterhood.

Message from the Chapter President

The four points of the Theta kite consist of: personal excellence, leadership potential, commitment to service, and intellectual curiosity. These are qualities that I see in the members of the Gamma Zeta chapter everyday. The women of this chapter are constantly inspiring me and reminding me of what it truly means to be a Kappa Alpha Theta. There is something so special about being surrounded by people who are equally as passionate and academically driven as they are kind and generous. I will forever be thankful for the friendships I have formed within our chapter at UConn and am honored to serve as our president!

President: Paige Dwyer

Expectations of Excellence Standings

Chapter GPA 3.574 3.575
New Member GPA 3.607 3.566
Dollars Raised $1,067.00  
Total Volunteer Hours 1683 2152.75
Overall Chapter Status Navy Navy
Semester Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Updated: January 2024

Quick Facts

Year Established at UConn: 1942
Chapter Name: Gamma Zeta
Nickname: Theta
Colors: Black & Gold
Symbol: Kite
Philanthropy: Court Appointment Special Advocates (CASA)
Motto: "Leading Women"
Signature Event: Kats & Bats

Chapter Awards

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Chapter Contact Information

Organizational Conduct History

No findings of responsibility.