Theta Pi Sigma
|Theta Pi Sigma|
Santa Cruz, California
|Headquarters||1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Theta Pi Sigma (ΘΠΣ), formerly known as Delta Lambda Psi, was started by Marc Garcia, who was the former Alpha Chapter Delta Lamda Psi president in 2005. There was a lawsuit with Delta Lambda Phi over the use over the acronym DLP. Theta Pi Sigma Alpha Chapter has voted and banned the use of the misleading word, "fraroity," due to the potential social and legal ramifications of the use of gendered language because Theta Pi Sigma, and as when it was, Delta Lambda Psi, are registered as a fraternity with SOAR. Theta Pi Sigma is the world's first regional queer focused gender-neutral fraternity on the verge of becoming national with international hopes in the future.
The purpose and objective of Theta Pi Sigma is to strengthen Greek life at the University of California, Santa Cruz by providing a vehicle for positive leadership, change, and growth in the queer, transsexual, transgender, questioning, pansexual, lesbian, intersex, gender-queer, gay, bisexual, asexual and ally communities. It is their intention to provide further opportunity to obtain a well-rounded educational experience by offering leadership skills and the exposure needed to succeed financially, academically, socially, and culturally.
Alpha Chapter - University of California, Santa Cruz
The first chapter of Theta Pi Sigma was founded by Marc Garcia in 2005 at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Beta Chapter - Northeastern University of Illinois
The second chapter of Theta Pi Sigma was founded in 2012 at the Northeastern University of Illinois.
Gamma Chapter - University of Oregon
The third chapter of Theta Pi Sigma was founded at the University of Oregon.
Epsilon Chapter - University of Maryland
The fourth chapter of Theta Pi Sigma was founded in the fall of 2013 at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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