A Message from our Recruitment Officers:
From Kappa Alpha Theta here at Vanderbilt, we would like to welcome you! We are so happy that you’re interested in learning more about Vanderbilt Greek life, and we cannot wait to meet you.
Our Panhellenic community is made up of 10 impressive chapters. By being involved in Greek life at Vanderbilt, you can improve leadership skills by holding an office in your respective organization, give back to the community by participating in various philanthropic activities, connect with a network of alumnae, and much more! Recruitment is a great way for potential new members to meet the women of each organization while learning more about what it means to be involved in Greek life.
Through weekly chapter dinners, retreats, study hours, and service and social events our Theta sisterhood continually gains more meaning and our friendships grows stronger. Being a part of Kappa Alpha Theta connects our sisters in countless ways through the time we spend together, and we’re so excited to share this with you in the upcoming months.
We hope you are just excited as we are about the upcoming semester and recruitment 2019. On behalf of the Alpha Eta chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, we look forward to meeting you throughout the fall semester and especially during recruitment!
See you soon,
Anna Joffroy, Chief Recruiting Officer
Taylor Fogarty, Recruitment Director
Tips for Recruitment:
1. Get to know people: Recruitment is a great opportunity to meet lots of amazing college women from different states across the country, different backgrounds, as well as different years in school. Try to meet members in every chapter during the fall semester.
2. Keep an open mind: Have an unbiased and open mind going into recruitment. Every chapter has something fantastic to offer!
3. Study, Study!: Academics are very important to Kappa Alpha Theta, as we have the highest GPA among Greek Life at Vanderbilt. Be sure to stay diligent with your schoolwork and assignments.
4. Get involved on campus!: Theta’s are involved in so many different organizations on campus that have been an integral part of their Vanderbilt experience. We encourage you to find an organization that you are passionate about and learn more about the Vanderbilt community!
5. Have fun, relax and be yourself: Formal recruitment is high-energy fun, especially if you enjoy meeting new people, and it can be exhausting. It is a chance for you to get to know the personalities of each chapter in a casual setting. Stay true to who you are, relax, and let your personality shine.
Letters of Reference:
We greatly appreciate and encourage Thetas to submit a reference for a potential new member. However, a letter of reference is not required for a potential new member to join Kappa Alpha Theta.
The reference form is available on the Kappa Alpha Theta website at www.kappaalphatheta.org . A Theta may submit a reference:
1. via the Theta website (preferred method)
2. by emailing forms to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred method)
3. by mail to this address:
Kappa Alpha Theta
ATTN: Anna Joffroy
204 24th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212