Dear Potential New Member,
On behalf of the sisters of the Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, I am thrilled to be welcoming you to McGill Panhellenic’s Formal Recruitment process.
Choosing to be a part of Theta has immensely enriched my experience at McGill by pushing me outside of my comfort zone, encouraging me to stay ambitious, and inspiring me to become the best version of myself. Surrounding myself with some of the most genuine, compassionate, and driven women that I know has given me the ability and confidence to flourish in every aspect of my life. With the support of the family I found in Theta, I feel capable of reaching my full potential. I am truly grateful to call myself a sister to some of the most authentic and inspirational people I know.
Kappa Alpha Theta aims to find women who represent our core values. Thetas exemplify a commitment to service, leadership potential, intellectual curiosity, and personal excellence.
Theta is more than a collegiate experience. It has provided me with a sisterhood that cannot be found anywhere else. In Theta, you will find 80 study partners, resume-readers, brunch dates, practice-interviewers, going out buddies, shoulders to cry on, partners in crime, and just people to laugh with. I realize how terribly cliché this might sound, but the sisterhood I have found in Theta has genuinely exceeded everything I was looking for in a sorority.
I had no idea that Greek life would become such an important part of my time at McGill, but fate dropped me in the midst of the coolest girls around, and I will forever be thankful.
Involvement in Greek life provides students with a wide variety of opportunities to develop leadership skills, achieve academically, and increase involvement in the community. Additionally, Greek membership can help make a smoother transition to university by providing a support system through the camaraderie of the Greek community.
I know that the recruitment process can seem overwhelming but I assure you there is a place for everyone, as McGill’s Panhellenic Council represents 4 great sororities on campus. Recruitment is such an exciting time, but it can also be very confusing and intimidating. I was in your shoes not too long ago, and trust me when I say it’s well-beyond worth it.
I encourage you all to “Go Greek” because I am confident you will find the same happiness that I have found through my sisterhood in Theta.
I can’t wait to meet you all in the Fall!
Theta Love & Mine,
Chief Recruitment Officer, Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta