Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. Quick Facts
National Founding: December 1, 1975 at Kean College, NJ
Local Founding: November 3, 1991 as the Iota Chapter
Philanthropic Cause: Saint Judes and March of Dimes
National Organization: www.lambdalady.org
Nickname: The Quiet Storm
Colors: Burgundy and Grey
Symbol: Seashell, Moon and Pearls
Mascot: Lady on the Moon

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. Chapter Statistics
Overall Chapter Score- 95.2%
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Spring 2014

  • Number of Active Member- 6
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 3.36
  • New Members Inducted- 4
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- 3.27
  • Total Building Damages- University House $170.00

Fall 2014

  • Number of Active Member- 5
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 3.36
  • New Members Inducted- 0
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- 3.55

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. Contact Information
Chapter President: Selena Fernandez
Primary Advisor:  Angelica Benitez
University House, House Manager: 2015-2016 Shaiann Grey
House Director:  Jane Sanchez

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.  Standards and Expectations Highlights
Presentation Score
- 97%

  • Presented by Selena Fernandez, President and Courtney Crawford, Vice President

Academic Achievement- 71.1%

  • Chapter hosted “Study with the LTAs” at least once a month for members and any interested students.

Chapter Operations- 100%

  • Chapter focused on meetings being a professional space where and members are held accountable if they bring any negative or inappropriate behavior into them.
  • Chapter attended monthly meetings with their Area Board to report to corresponding Area Executive Board position.

Risk Reduction- 100%

  • Risk Management is reviewed twice yearly in the chapter and once with the Area Board prior to the orientation process.
  • The chapter co-sponsored “My Bronc, My Responsibility” with Sigma Phi Epsilon to provide a risk management and hazing workshop for campus.

House Management- 94.7%
Programming- 100%

  • Chapter brought youth participants from Aspire High to Rider University to introduce them to the collegiate experience and do leadership activities with them.
  • Chapter focused on co-programming with other Greek organizations including Sigma Phi Epsilon, Zeta Tau Alpha, Lambda Theta Phi, and Zeta Phi Beta, just to name a few.
  • Chapter hosted a Zumba Program to focus on fitness and health.

Leadership Development- 95.3%

  • All sisters are involved in at least 2 outside organizations, including but not limited to RUGC, Residence Life, Omicron Delta Kappa, Accounting Society, Bonner, Latin- American Student Organization, and Black Student Union

Chapter Violations

  • 2014 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2013 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2012 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0