A Letter From Our Recruitment Officer
Chief Recruitment Officer
Dear Potential New Member,
On behalf of the sisters of the Beta Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, I am thrilled to welcome you to McGill Panhellenic’s Formal Recruitment process.
Choosing to join Theta was undoubtedly the best decision I made while at McGill. I am ineffably grateful that Theta has introduced me to such phenomenal women, whose impressive academic and personal achievements have inspired me to stay ambitious and dare to reach my full potential. Whether encouraging me to apply for a leadership position, or to submit a painting to an art show, or to de-stress from schoolwork with a yoga class, my Theta sisters uplift and empower me. I feel so lucky to be part of this Theta family, and am indebted to these women for providing such invaluable empowerment and inspiration.
Kappa Alpha Theta continuously strives to recruit women who represent our core values. Thetas exemplify a commitment to service, leadership potential, intellectual curiosity, and personal excellence.
But Theta is more than a collegiate experience. It provides a sisterhood that cannot be found nor replicated elsewhere, and lasts a lifetime. In Theta, you will find 80 extraordinary study partners, brunch dates, going out buddies, and partners in crime. My Theta sisters welcomed me into Beta Psi two years ago and their initial welcoming outpour of friendship and acceptance has only deepened.
Involvement in Greek life provides students with a wide variety of opportunities to develop leadership skills, achieve academically, and increase involvement in the community. Yet aside from these benefits, the camaraderie of the Greek community cultivates an environment wherein networking and friendship are nurtured. Navigating the highs and lows of university with the help and love of this support system is priceless.
I know that the recruitment process may seem overwhelming, but I assure you that there is a home on campus for everyone, as McGill’s Panhellenic Council represents 5 accomplished sororities. Recruitment is well worth it, and I am confident that by Bid Day, you will find the same happiness that I have found within my sisterhood in Theta.
I encourage you to “Go Greek”, keep an open mind throughout Recruitment, and to above all, trust your gut.
I am so excited to meet you all in the Fall!
Theta Love & Mine,
Chief Recruitment Officer, Beta Psi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta