At Whitman College, the women of Kappa Alpha Theta pride themselves in the highest scholarship, the widest influence for good, and the moral code of love. We have been on campus since 1956, but our roots go deep. Kappa Alpha Theta is the first greek letter fraternity known among women; it was started by Bettie Locke and a few others at what is now known as DePauw University.
Our sorority provides a home away from home; a warm environment full of sass, laughter, and sisterhood. Within the Delta Delta chapter, we take pride in our ability to balance academics, social events and philanthropy, all while maintaining a full social calendar. Members are leaders in numerous on-campus organizations, volunteer efforts and athletic teams, while consistently ranking in the top three positions for grades among sororities on campus. Year after year, we attract women with diverse interests and opinions, making our sorority a sassy and smart place to learn and grow during your college years.
Symbol: Kite, Twin Stars, Black and Gold Pansy
Colors: Black and Gold
Flowers: Black and Gold Pansy