Strong. Dedicated. Giving.

We invite you to discover what we stand for, how we are making a difference, and what Lambda Living is all about.

What is Lambda Theta Nu?

We are a sisterhood of diverse women from various backgrounds, driven to achieve and promote academic excellence in higher education and bound by our desire to provide selfless service to those in need, specifically in the Latinx communities. As an organization, we strive to cultivate leaders and to use our extended network of resources to foster professional advancement.

We are dedicated to making a difference in the Latinx community.

Since the very beginning Lambda Theta Nu has been committed to enhancing educational opportunities for the Latinx community with a particular emphasis on improving Latinx Literacy. From fundraising for literacy programs to hands-on service in our communities, we are dedicated to this cause.

Our Pillars - Service in our Communities
1100+ 2023 LYLC Attendees
44 Chapters
3.22 GPA AY 22-23
$18,400 Raised in 2023

There Is So Much More to Discover. Learn More About Us.

Lambda Theta Nu - Chapter Finder
Chapter Finder

We have over 40 active chapters, and counting, across the country! Use our Chapter Finder to find one near you.

Our Alumnae

Once a Lambda, always a Lambda. Find out more about NALA – the National Association of Lambda Alumnae.

Living Lambda is about Lambda Culture
Lambda Culture

Living Lambda is our motto! Learn more about everything that brings us together – not just as an organization but as a sisterhood.

Upcoming Events

From community events to social gatherings, something is always going on.  Visit our Event Calendar to find an event near you.

What does it take to be a Lambda?

Each sister in our organization is a reflection of who we are as a collective organization – strong, dedicated, giving and progressive. We are an organization of diverse women, driven to promote educational excellence, bound by service to others and dedicated to professional advancement.

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