In the spring of 2000 Theta and Upsilon hosted the North Central District Convention entitled, "WNCD in Cincinnati." The convention was a success and Theta returned home with the Counselor's Cup, a Superior Achievement Award, and numerous individual academic excellence awards. Theta received this Superior Achievement Award annually since 1993. This award allowed the chapter to present a bid for the opportunity to receive the coveted Counselor's Cup.
In 2001, Theta took over control of the band's uniform system. At the 2001 NCD Convention at the University of Michigan, Theta and Upsilon presented a Joint Brotherhood/Sisterhood Ceremony to the district. The ceremony was presented to provide schools a way to foster better relations between TBΣ and KKΨ chapters. The Ceremony was voted upon and accepted by the entire district as a Ceremony that chapters can use. At this convention, Theta and Upsilon also presented a bid to publish the Kadenza, the district publication. In May, the bid was accepted, and Upsilon and Theta began publication of the 2001-2002 Kadenza. Later that year, Theta received four awards at the 2001 National Convention held in Corpus Christi, TX. The first two awards were for having total membership, which equals 10% of the largest performing ensemble in which we support. The third award was for increasing our total membership by 20%. The fourth award was the Band Biennium Award. In the fall of 2001, Jodi Schmidt and Bob Dennedy formed a loose-knit Joint Alumni Association. Its main purpose is to provide an electronic listserve communication tool for alumni brothers and sisters to keep in touch with each other.
At the 2002 NCD Convention hosted at Indian University, our Sponsor, Becky Williams, received the Kathy Stevens' Award.
In the spring of 2002, Theta began to compose a piece of music as a gift for Upsilon's 75th anniversary. This project was a secret from the Upsilon brothers until its premier on March 2, 2003. An alumnus of Upsilon, Randy Bass, wrote the concert band piece, entitled High Adventure. Active and alumni sisters worked together to fund the project; even the district contributed to this project. A small group of alumni and all the active and candidate sisters practiced in secret and moved equipment to the premier location before the performance at Upsilon's celebration lunch. The response from the brothers was overwhelming and created a new bond of brotherhood/sisterhood among the members. The piece was premiered several times since that March afternoon, including performances by the Marine Band in Washington, DC, and by the National Reading Band at the 2003 National Convention held in Norfolk, VA. Some sisters are working to have this piece placed on the high school band competition list and promote the piece to band directors in many arenas.
In the spring of 2003, Theta won the Counselor's Cup at District Convention hosted by Northern Illinois University. This was the fifth time Theta received this award.
In the spring of 2005, Theta and Upsilon were asked by Colonel Alan L. Bonner, National Executive Secretary/Director to help host the 2005 National Convention. At the 2005 National Convention in Lexington Kentucky Theta and Upsilon were presented with the Host Chapter Award. Theta was also presented with the Leadership Finalist Award for being one of the top twelve chapters for the biennium of '03-'05. Theta was also the first recipient of the NCD Chapter of the Month Award in September 2005.
In 2005-2007, Theta received the Leadership Finalist Award by being one of the Top Eleven Chapters.
In the spring of 2006, Theta won the Counselor's Cup at District Convention hosted by Marshall University. The award was shared by two chapters this year including Theta and Alpha Xi at Bowling Green State University. At this convention Theta and Upsilon also won the right to host the 2007 North Central District Convention in Cincinnati. The 2007 North Central District Convention was hosted by Theta and Upsilon on March 30th to April 1st.
In 2007, for Theta's 60th anniversary, Upsilon Pledges, Actives, and Alumni returned the favor of performing High Adventure. They practiced in secret and performed it at Joint Ceremony. At the NCD convention that year, Julie Benken received posthumously.
In 2007-2008, two Theta members, Kellie Cozart (Leitz) and Megan Neal served as officers on the NCD council, as President and Secretary-Treasurer respectively.
In 2008-2009, Alynn Rousselle served as an officer on the NCD council as Secretary-Treasurer, giving Theta representation on the executive council for two consecutive years.
In 2009, at National Convention, Alynn Rousselle received the Janet West Miller Delegate Distance Award for traveling the furthest distance to convention.
2010 was a great year for Theta because the chapter received the Outstanding Achievement Award and the Counselor's Cup at the NCD convention hosted by the University of Michigan. In the spring, Rachael Abramson and Kari Barnett brought back the Theta website by making a new site from scratch. It now has a new interface and added interactivity.