Theta Kappa Phi
Theta Kappa Phi was founded on June 4th, 1959 and became the first official Asian-American sorority established at UCLA. With a rich history of our own, our founding members hoped to promote friendship and service to the university and community, and to further the scholastic achievements of its members. Celebrating our 60th year of sisterhood, Thetas are proud to have built their legacy on the foundation of sisterhood, service, and scholarship. This group of women are inspired to empower their communities everywhere they go following the motto, "Quod semper, et ubique, et ob omnibus." - "At all times, everywhere, and by all." When it comes to sisterhood, Thetas are proud to have a strong, supportive network of women who really care about each other.
President: Amy Nguyen - email@example.com
Pledge Mistress: Vivian Trinh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Chairs: Kim Giang and Victoria Bu - email@example.com
Founded: June 4, 1959, UCLA
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Research and Awareness
Colors: Rose and Light Rose
Purpose: To promote friendship and service to the university and community, and to further the scholastic achievements of its members.
Motto: "Quod semper, et ubique, et ob omnibus" - "At all times, everywhere, and by all."
Battle of the Pledge Dances in support of Breast Cancer Research and Awareness
Revlon Run/Walk: Fighting against Breast Cancer
Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Kinsman Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Margaret Shinohara Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Leadership and Service
2013: 2nd Place, Standards of Excellence
2013: Standards of Excellence Awards for External Relations and Policy Compliance
Rose Award for Outstanding Sisterhood
Pearl Award for Outstanding Service