Lambda Theta Phi

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lettersNational History: 

Lambda Theta Phi was born to promote the spirit of brotherhood, to protect the rights of Latino students in his/her quest for an education, to promote the rich Latino culture and to maximize leadership potentials to provide guidance to our community. 

Membership at the undergraduate level is open to ALL MALES, REGARDLESS OF RACE, CULTURE OR CREED. The prospective students must be enrolled full-time at a four-year accredited institution. In addition, in order to participate in the fraternity's intake process, the student must possess a minimum 2.5 grade point average. 

Lambda Theta Phi seeks visionary leaders who can assist in our mission to accomplish the goals set forth by our founders. Lambda strives to recruit individuals with a commitment to excellence and a determination to succeed. 

Although many people may think of fraternities solely as a part of college life, membership in Lambda extends beyond graduation. In addition to our undergraduate chapters, our brotherhood has established Alumni Chapters across the country. The support and networking opportunities exist at both the undergraduate and professional levels.   

Chapter History:  

In the summer of 2001 a group of young men sought out to establish the first Latino fraternity at our very campus in order to bring awareness of our Latin culture. These young men then wanted to start a legacy of their own at Texas Wesleyan University so that they and future brothers can share the everlasting bond with other brothers over the nation. 

Mission, Purpose, and Goals: 

The ideals of this brotherhood are the following:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Brotherhood
  • Leadership
  • Latino Unity
  • Service

On a daily basis, our brothers live up to these ideals, as set forth by 14 young Latino men decades ago. 


Unity, Respect, Brotherhood, Culture and Pride 


Brown and White

If you are interested in receiving additional information about Lambda Theta Phi, please email our president: 

Victor S. Anchondo:

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Contact Information

Office of Student Life
Location: Brown-Lupton Campus
Phone: 817-531-4872
Fax: 817-531-4432
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