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Kappa Alpha Theta
130 S 39Th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3611
November 01, 1919
February 26, 1988
Beta Eta Nikê Response
In 1919, a charter for Beta Eta Chapter was granted to local Lambda Iota, at the University of Pennsylvania, located in Philadelphia. Penn was founded in 1751 on principles outlined by Benjamin Franklin, which were aimed to prepare students for business and public service. Beta Eta left the campus in 1970 but returned in 1988.
Beta Eta Notable Thetas Show All
Theta's notables from your chapter. Click an individual for further information.
Beta Eta Grand Convention Awards
Theta has been presenting awards to college chapters at Grand Convention since 1917. Award categories have changed frequently. The following listing includes only those who finished first.
  • 1994 Improvements in Financial Operations Award with a Facility
Beta Eta Historical Documents from the Archives
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Chapter Heritage

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National Officers

Listed in alphabetical order are members from your chapter who have served in selected Theta national officer positions.
  • Brehman, Carol
    • College District President
      1968 - 1973
    • Grand Council Member at Large
      1976 - 1980
    • Grand Council Member at Large
      1981 - 1982
    • Fraternity Vice-President College
      1982 - 1986
    • 3rd Alternate NPC Delegate
      1983 - 1984
    • Foundation Trustee
      1990 - 1992
  • Johnson, Ann
    • District Officer
      1976 - 1978