Theta Phi Alpha (ΘΦΑ) a women's Fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan -Ann Arbor on August 30, 1912. Theta Phi Alpha is one of 26 national sororities recognized in the National Panhellenic Conference. Originally a Catholic sorority, Theta Phi Alpha has opened its doors to women of all faiths and celebrate a proud tradition of religious diversity amongst its members.
100 Years of Sisterhood!
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Dorothy Caughey Phalan
Katrina Caughey Ward
Otilia Leuchtweis O'Hara
Camilia Ryan Sutherland
Helen Ryan Quinlan
May C. Ryan
Eva Stroh Bauer Everson
Creed of Theta Phi Alpha
The Creed of Theta Phi Alpha is something that we hold very close to our hearts.
Not only is the creed a guide for our everyday life, but values and beliefs that makes us who we are today.
Read the Creed of Theta Phi Alpha.
Greek letters: ΘΦΑ - ΓΖ
Theta Phi Alpha - Gamma Zeta