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Saturday, April 22, 2017 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

Da Blaaazin' Beta Theta Chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated cordially invites all students, faculty, and the UCF community to our Line 18 New Member Presentation! You will have the opportunity to meet our newest sisters of our chapter and witness some of our traditions such as strolling and saluting!

Since our founding in 1975, Lambda Theta Alpha has evolved and continues to be a leader among the fraternal community while remaining true to our Founders’ purpose and mission – to establish a sisterhood based on unity, love and respect, and to serve as a support group catering to the needs of and empowering Latinas in higher education.

Although the cultural climate has changed, those ideals still resonate with us. LTA has a motto, “Latin by tradition, not by definition.” As a non-exclusionary sorority open to all ethnicities and backgrounds, the women who join LTA today still feel the need to promote those same values on their campus.

The actions of our Founding Mothers have allowed independent women on campus to feel a sense of belonging, creating an environment that allows them to achieve their highest potential. It is as a result of this that Lambda Theta Alpha has come to define a new role for the universal woman – one with education, goals and vision in hope of great success.

Lambda Theta Alpha came to the University of Central Florida in the spring of 1999. Since then, we have contributed to cultivating a more inclusive collegiate community. We are proud to wear the Greek letters Lambda Theta Alpha! If you would like more information about our sisterhood, please visit or We hope to see you there!


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