Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc.

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Message from the Chapter President

Default Profile Lambda Theta Phi, Latin Fraternity, Inc., LAMBDA Chapter, was founded on February 24, 1991 at the University of Connecticut by seven forward thinking Latinos determined to make a difference on their campus and in their communities by speaking out as group when the cries of the individual fell on deaf ears. The University of Connecticut became the home for the 11th entity and first chapter of Lambda Theta Phi to be founded outside of the state of New Jersey and gave Lambda Theta Phi its National status on February 24th, 1991. LAMBDA Chapter, also known as “The Genesis”, has long history. Our Alumni are also greatly involved with the chapter providing the younger Brothers with guidance through mentoring and advising. Lambda Chapter emerged at a time where Latinos needed all the help possible in the state of Connecticut. Our main goal is to put an end to all the obstacles that keep Latinos from furthering their education. We have done our best to do so, and will continue until “the day we die”

President: David Vallejo

Expectations of Excellence Standings

Chapter GPA 3.535 3.477
New Member GPA N/A 3.318
Dollars Raised 1,039 $463.00
Total Volunteers Hours 40 40
Overall Chapter Status Navy Navy
Semester Fall 2022 Spring 2023
Updated: July 2023

Quick Facts

Year Established at UConn: 1991
Chapter Name: Lambda
Nickname: Genesis
Colors: Brown and White
Symbol: Fraternal Shield
Philanthropy: Grater New Britian Teen Pregnancy Inc. (Pathways/Senderos Center)
Motto: Chivalry Above Self
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Interested in Lambda Theta Phi?

All interested in joining a fraternity or a sorority at UConn must complete The First Step: An Orientation for Potential New Members and pass the quiz with a score of 20. Once you have completed the orientation, we encourage you to reach out to the chapter to find out more information about membership.



Organizational Conduct History

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