"Ta Kala Diokomen"
Since the chapter’s founding in 1897, the sisters of Kappa Delta have lived by their open motto, “Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.”
Each day the Kappa Delta sisters live up to this motto by showing their Miami and Kappa Delta pride, upholding the chapter's values, and taking the initiative to hold leadership positions in other organizations such as Best Buddies, MUF&D, Camp Kesem, and business fraternities.
The Kappa Delta bond is strengthened by the many activities and social events they host weekly. The women are bound by an incredible sisterhood and dedication to philanthropic service. From attending hockey games, to watching movies in the suit, to trips to Hueston Woods, the sisters cherish spending quality time together.
Kappa Delta supports two philanthropies and was one of the first to incorporate service into their sisterhood. KD has partnerships with the Girl Scouts, Prevent Childhood Abuse America, Children's Hospital (Richmond, VA), and has orthopedic research awards in their name.
The sisters host an annual "Shamrock Week" full of fundraisers such as Pasta Palooza and tournaments to raise money for these organizations.
KD promotes the pillars of service and philanthropy, leadership, scholarship and learning, sisterhood, and community found in their sisters and shares these qualities with women across the nation.
President: Carter Dillon
Recruitment Chair: Grace Grandelius
Suite Location: 001 MackCracken Hall
National Founding Date: October 23rd, 1897 - Longwood University
Local Founding Date: March 1st, 1958
Colors: Olive Green & Pearl White
Symbol: Nautilus Shell / Dagger
National Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of the USA and Prevent Child Abuse
Cumulative GPA: 3.5
Required GPA: 2.80
New Member Dues: $885.00
Active Member Dues: $429.50 Fall/$426.50 Spring