The first Greek-letter fraternity for women, Kappa Alpha Theta was founded in 1870 with an intention to lead women to excellence through lifelong sisterhood. The aim of our founders was threefold: to achieve the highest scholarship, to affect the widest influence for good, and to root all conduct in love. In the nearly 150 years since its founding, Theta has grown to encompass more than 140 college chapters and 270,000 initiated members.
Our Epsilon Mu chapter at Princeton was established in 1983 as the first women’s fraternity on campus. Currently home to over 130 active members, our chapter is filled with women committed to leadership in both academics and extracurriculars. Within our community, we place priority on personal connections and friendship, with our Theta sisters offering a steadfast source of support and encouragement.
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Theta love and ours,
The Epsilon Mu chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta
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