Gamma Phi Beta Sorority held its first annual Crescent Classic in 2013. The new event was a huge success and the chapter raised over $6,000 to benefit their local philanthropic organizations; Girls on the Run of Tucson and Camp Wildcat. Additionally, Alpha Epsilon supported another non-profit organization, R.A.C.E. charities; which stands for Raising Awareness of Cancer Early-on.. In the fall of 2013, the chapter held another new event, Gamma Phiesta, a Mexican buffet. They raised approximately $2,000 from this event and one hundred percent of the proceeds benefited the local Girls on the Run of Tucson program as well as Camp Wildcat.
Gamma Rho Lambda is a national social sorority for Queer, Trans, Nonbinary, and allied students. Gamma Rho Lambda National strives to exemplify the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, while providing a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support and community service. Here at UA we strive to create a safe place for students, as well as provide opportunities for personal growth, leadership, and community.
Kappa Alpha initiated 20 new members into the Order during 2013 and has begun moving toward a greater reputation on campus. KA has had many social activities in the past year such as Homecoming with Alpha Epsilon Phi. Through many brotherhood activities the gentlemen of KA have built a strong, well-knit bond as brothers during the year. The chapter has participated in many philanthropy events on campus such as Kappa Alpha Theta's Kicks for Casa soccer tournament and Delta Gamma's Anchor Splash talent competition.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was founded January 5, 1911 on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Since its inception, Kappa Alpha Psi has been uniting college men of culture, patriotism and honor in a bond of fraternity. On May 26, 1956, the University of Arizona chapter, Delta Omicron, was chartered. With the fraternity's fundamental purpose of achievement, members of Kappa Alpha Psi have gone on to become doctors, lawyers, scholars, politicians, activists, entrepreneurs, and professional athletes. Kappas have also been committed to service in the public interest, raising over $1 million for St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
Kappa Alpha Theta continues to be a leading member of the Greek community by staying true to the values of scholarship, sisterhood and service. Last year, Theta gave back nearly 3,000 service hours to the local and national community and held a successful signature philanthropy to benefit CASA. Theta women consistently achieve high grades, and recently received awards from the Panhellenic community including “Living Your Values.” Thetas are leaders on campus, strive for the highest scholarship, and give back to the community, all while enjoying their college experience and forming life-long friendships.
Kappa Delta Chi is focused on community service and they are proud to have received the community service award for 2013 at the Greek Awards at the University of Arizona. They are very involved in their local philanthropy, Project Yes. Project Yes is an after school program in which KDChi volunteers and tutors children from 1st to 5th grade. This year, Kappa Delta Chi held a carnival for the children that included games, prizes and goodies all donated by the organization.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles
The Kappa Sigma Fraternity returned to Greek Life at the University of Arizona in the spring of 2013 after a four year absence. The chapter moved back into its house at 1423 E. First Street at the beginning of the fall '13 semester, and the membership has grown to over 100 members. The men of Kappa Sigma have taken pride in restoring the chapter and its charter, and are looking forward to promoting the chapter further within the Greek and University community.
Lambda Theta Alpha was the first academic based, Latin sorority established in 1975. Founded by 17 wonderful ladies at the University of Arizona in 2010 to promote the principles of unity, love, & respect. Latin by tradition, not by definition. LTA is the voice of the universal woman. They are here to empower women, create leaders, and serve the community.
Lambda Theta Phi had their 8th annual 24 hour toy drive last semester in which they sat out in front of two Walgreens locations for 24 hours straight to receive donated toys. This organization raised over 700 toys that were given to local children close to the holiday season. On average, each brother of this organization completed over 35 hours of community service