What is Kappa Theta Beta?
Kappa Theta Beta is the Catholic sorority at St. Mary's Catholic Center, standing for "Catholic Daughters of the King" in Greek. Our three pillars are spiriutality, sisterhood, and service.
Who can join?
Any Texas A&M or Blinn female student, undergraduate or graduate!
How can I join?
Every September, we host a Rush week to learn more about our sorority as well as pledge! This year's Rush dates are September 12th-16th.
When are the Kappa Theta Beta meetings?
We have weekly meetings on Monday nights from 6:30-7:30 in St. Mary's Parish Activity Center. We also have weekly small group bible studies that girls attend that are modeled around their schedules.
Is Kappa Theta Beta like a Greek Sorority?
Yes and no: we have certain aspects similar to greek sororities as well as our own traditions. For example, we do have Bigs and Littles! :)
What is your philanthropy?
Our philanthropy is Catholic Charities (formely known as Good Samaritan). They offer psychological and material support to individuals in crisis pregnancy situations. The majority of our fundraising efforts go towards supporting Catholic Charties.