Welcome to the Zeta Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at MIT!
Through Theta, we support each other to be leading women on MIT's campus. Thetas are engineers, artists, and businesswomen. We believe in doing well while doing good, and our track record of service to the MIT community and beyond speaks volumes about the character of our sisters. Through service projects, internships and lab research, Theta sisters consistently make the FSILG Academic Honor Roll semester after semester. The support of our sisters never falters as we develop as leaders, as women, and as Thetas.
Across campus, you can find Theta's presence in every niche of MIT. We are varsity team captains, lab assistants, and competitive dancers. We are artists and Rhodes scholars, airplane pilots, and Undergraduate Association leaders. You’ll find that you can’t tell a Theta by her activities or interests—we recruit on values, which helps us build the incredibly tight knit group of women we are proud to call our sisters.
Outside of the classroom, Thetas bond through formals and service mixers. We also spend a large amount of time in our house of 40 sisters, which is central to campus activity.
Each day, I am impressed by my sisters’ accomplishments and character—I am beyond proud to call Thetas across the nation my sisters. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the amazing women of Kappa Alpha Theta at MIT.