Frequently Asked Questions
1.How do I know which Sorority is right for me?
While there are many collegiate and non-collegiate Greek letter organizations, not every organization will be a perfect fit for everybody. It is suggested that you do some research before joining ANY organization. Joining an organization requires dedication and a lifelong commitment . We believe all of our members to be an asset to our organization and we look forward to meeting and interacting with interested candidates and delight in welcoming new members HOME.
2. I go to a community college. Can I join Theta Pi Epsilon?
Yes. Theta Pi Epsilon accepts women at any point of their educational journey. You do not have to have a four year degree however, you must have at least a high school diploma to be considered for membership. We are diligent in our pursuit for life long learning and we strive to encourage higher education for all of our members and future members.
3. How does recruitment work?
The recruitment process starts when a candidate expresses interest in the sorority, One way this can be done is when a candidate completes an interest application on our website or by attending a meeting or event held by the local chapter. Another way the process can begin is when a candidate is chosen by the sorority and a "bid" or an invitation to apply is extended.
4. What happens if I am unable to attend an event?
If you miss an event. Don't worry! Theta Pi Epsilon holds many different community service events which you can attend. In addition to the local chapter events, there are also scheduled conference informational sessions. These sessions will be announced on the Theta Pi Epsilon social media pages and website in advance.
5. Do I need a letter of reference to join a sorority?
Yes. You actually will need two, However one of these letters must come from a current member in good standing. So it is suggested that you not only attend the informational sessions, or community service events but that you also take time to interact with the Sorority on social media pages or even on the TPE Community Forum.