Kappa Kappa Gamma is a women’s organization. It all begins with that, but where the members go from that beginning is all up to the individual members. The members of a Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter can engage in campus activities, community service and involvement, or just friendship and mentoring.
If you’re new to a campus, it’s important to make friends and every year, the Kappa Kappa Gamma women’s organizations invite collegiate women from all sorts of backgrounds to join their clubs. us. Soon we feel like sisters and form friendships that will last a lifetime.
The organizations are continually looking for members that want to take the opportunity to get into leadership roles and encourage their members to become part of chapter management. These positions are partly appointed, partly elected. Through working together in these management positions, the women will develop their collaboration, time-management, as well as interpersonal competencies and skills that will not only benefit the chapter but prepare them for leading roles in their lives after college.
Their well-rounded leadership capabilities and interpersonal friendships will usually not be restricted to their campus life but be useful in other organizations as well. These leaders have shown that they care about what’s important for others and they understand how they’ll get things done, so they will later in life definitely make a difference.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is seeking for all members throughout their life mutual support, bonds of friendship, opportunities for self-development and growth, an understanding of ethical principles, respect for cultural and intellectual development, and an allegiance to a positive attitude towards the essence of life in general.
This year, Kappa Kappa Gamma will set up new relations with Illinois State University (ISU), Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIUE), and Binghamton University. They were invited to join the Greek-letter communities at these schools. The organization is, of course, very excited to be able to work together with these schools as they are known for their lively campus communities, interesting academics, and a strong focus on top-notch educational programming. The organization is convinced that all of these institutions will contribute to the expanding initiatives of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The first of the three new Kappa chapters will be established at Binghamton University, located in Vestal, NY, and the school has an enrollment of almost 14,000 undergraduates. Recruitment will be taking place from February this year and at Binghamton, Kappa Kappa Gamma will be the 6th organization of the National Panhellenic Conference. The school has an impressive student body that, over the past years, has worked diligently and enthusiastically with Bingham University to promote the Greek-letter communities on campus. Kappa is looking forward to becoming part of the school continual development and transformation and wants to share their educational experience and programming to contribute in a positive way to the developments.
Later this year, Kappa will be installing chapters at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and Illinois State University-Normal. These chapters will be Kappa’s 8th and 9th in the state of Illinois. Illinois State University was the first public university in the state and has an enrollment of more than 21,000 students. The new Kappa chapter will be the 12th organization of the National Panhellenic Conference at the school.
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville (SIUE) is located some 25 miles from St. Louis, Missouri, and the school is part of the Southern Illinois University system. The university has almost 14,500 students, and Kappa will be the fifth National Panhellenic Conference organization at the school. SIUE has a great university spirit and a campus that continuously grows and attracts the best talent available in the area. Kappa Kappa Gamma is looking forward to collaborating with the school on community-based projects and relations through issue-based and philanthropic partnerships.
Illinois State University-Normal is highly reputed and serves communities in the Bloomington-Normal area. Through Kappa’s nationwide philanthropic partnership (Reading Is Fundamental) and the school’s community-based initiatives on education, the Greek chapter will be connecting with several local organizations to benefit the community.
Kappa additionally announced that it will establish the first Greek-letter organization in North Carolina’s Pfeiffer University and that planning is underway to get the organization up and running as soon as possible. All fraternities and sororities rely for a great part on volunteers, and in fact, being a volunteer at a sorority is a really special experience. You will build up friendships for life, and your memories are there to stay as well.