Lambda Theta Phi is a non-profit service/social fraternity which emphasizes Latino Unity and the celebration of Latino culture. With its acceptance into the National Inter-fraternity Conference (NIC) in 1992, Lambda Theta Phi became the first nationally recognized Latino Greek letter fraternity in the country. The fraternity’s goals are to promote Scholarship, Leadership, Latino Unity and Respect for all Cultures, Service, and Brotherhood. Lambda Theta Phi has set out to accomplish these goals through responsible political and social action. By working in the surrounding communities, the fraternity hopes to provide both services and positive role models, as well as to enhance the image of the Latino culture.
Lambda Theta Phi is the largest and oldest Latin Fraternity in the United States. We have established numerous chapters throughout all of the major regions of the United States. There are over 125 Lambda entities in schools such as:
- Cornell University
- University of California, Los Angeles
- University of Michigan
- University of Miami
- Texas A&M
- Over 20 schools in California
- You wield a larger influence on the fraternity; thus, you mold the fraternity into whatever you want rather than letting the fraternity mold you.
- You are very likely to hold a leadership position within the chapter, allowing you to build your resume.
- You become closer to each brother on a deeper personal level.
- You join the largest Latino Greek network in the world!
Latino By Origin, Not By Definition
Although Lambda Theta Phi is Latino by tradition, membership is open to all
college males regardless of age, race & ethnicity, religion, and sexuality.
Throughout the years, our Brothers have come from various