nphc_logoAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest Greek Letter organization established in America by and for Black college women. Nine Howard University students were led by Ethel Hedgeman Lyle into a sisterhood on January 15,1908.  She viewed the Sorority as an instrument for enriching the social and intellectual aspects of college life by providing mental stimulation through interaction with friends and associates.

Alpha Kappa Alpha membership is composed of ladies of distinction and exemplary character who excel in scholarship, leadership and service.  Alpha Kappa Alpha has grown from one undergraduate chapter to an international organization. There are undergraduate and graduate chapters located throughout the United States, West Africa, the United Kingdom, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, Korea, and Germany.

Since it's founding the efforts of Alpha Kappa Alpha women in the promotion of high scholarship, vocational and career guidance, health services the advancement of human and civil rights.  Today the sorority rallies to fight against the spread of HIV and Aids and for Affirmative Action.

Beta Theta Chapter was charted in , on the campus of University of Washington, Seattle. Since that that time Beta Theta continues to contributes to the campus community in many ways.  Their programs have included:

  • Black Male/Female Relationship Workshops

  • Career Night

  • African American Graduation Dinner

  • Sisterhood Tea

  • Annual Fashion Show, "Attitudes."

With service, sisterhood and sophistication, the dynamic and distinguished Sorors of Beta Theta Chapter continue to uphold the high standards of class, dignity, and grace set forth by our beloved founders. Alpha Kappa Alpha women fulfill the commitment embodied in her theme of "Service To All Mankind".

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