What's a Graduate, Alumnae, and Professional (GAP) Chapter?
By 2000, many of the Sorority’s earliest members were beginning the transition into post-collegiate life, carrying with them the lifelong commitment they made to uphold the mission of Theta Nu Xi. Alumnae who had organized in New York City, Greensboro, NC, and Washington, D.C., began working on creating a structure that would allow them full participation in Sorority activities, as well as membership opportunities for other post-collegiate women. At the National Convention in 2001, a formal structure for Graduate, Alumnae and Professional (GAP) membership was adopted. And the following year, the first GAP chapters were established, making Theta Nu Xi the first multicultural sorority to offer membership to post-collegiate women.