Welcome to the Zeta Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at MIT!

My name is Michelle Sanchez and I am the CEO of the Zeta Mu chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta here at MIT! Our sorority is full of sisters from across the country and all over the world. Our members strive to be leaders across campus, serve our community, and strive for the highest academic standings. Our sisters are diverse, but Theta is what brings us together.

I am always in awe of what my sisters accomplish. Whether it be sports championships, admittance into graduate/medical school, starting the next successful startup, these girls are always striving to be their best! Their passion and drive for their individual interests is evident. We have sisters who are involved in every facet of campus such as varsity and intramural sports, business clubs, and community service organizations. If I ever want to try something new, I know I will see a friendly face. Thetas are adventurous and daring. They are smart and caring, and they continue to be some of the most impressive people I’ve met.

Not only are they passionate about the activities they are involved in, but their support and love is never ending. Sisters are always willing to help each other. Whether you’re stuck on a p-set problem or need life advice, someone is always willing to give their time. Theta has been an amazing support system and has guided me through my time here, both the good times and the bad times.

While my journey at MIT has been full of twists and turns, Theta has always been something I can always count on. I was looking for a group of friends freshman year, but I got so much more: I got a group of role models who I can look up to, but mostly, I got a family. I am so incredibly honored to represent our chapter and lead this wonderful family.

Theta, love, and mine


Chief Executive Officer, theta-pres@mit.edu                  

Founded in 1870 at DePauw University, Kappa Alpha Theta was the first Greek-letter fraternity for women. Today, Theta has grown to encompass more than 130 college chapters and more than 250,000 initiated members. Embracing the motto of Leading Women, Theta encourages personal excellence and leadership on our campuses, in our communities, and throughout our professional lives.