Kappa Alpha Theta

Epsilon Nu Chapter Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Chapter History

Nearly 150 years ago, Kappa Alpha Theta was founded as the first Greek-letter fraternity for women, and in 1983, the Epsilon Nu Chapter was installed at Virginia Tech. Seventy women proudly wore their new Theta badges.

Today Theta continues to be recognized as a leading women’s group. Our ideas and programs have often been on the cutting edge—as individual and as chapters, we are known for leading in our communities and on our campuses. We understand that leadership is not an office held or a title conferred. We know that every Theta has the capacity to create positive change in herself, in her chapter, in her Fraternity … in fact, in the world.

Being a Theta leads women into a life of friends, experiences, and goals that she might not have had otherwise. Being a Theta leads a woman to personal excellence, offering her ways to become her best self. 

We are Kappa Alpha Theta. We are leading women.