Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. was Established at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas by four friends who recognized the need to unify and promote leadership amongst Hispanic women at the university. In 1991 the organization was recognized as a national greek organization as they introduce their first chapter outside of Texas. If you would like to know more about Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. Please click on this link.
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Kappa Delta Chi establish their first chapter at an HBCU school in 1997 making history for the organization and opening new doors for its members.
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is a Latina founded, 501(c)(7), national sorority who aims to achieve professional development, academic excellence, and graduate of all its members; an organization dedicated to community service to their local university communities with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino population.
The Purpose of Kappa Delta Chi is to promote the values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity and Leadership among women at colleges and universities. Through numerous service events, sisterhood retreats, academic and cultural workshops, Kappa Delta Chi learned more about themselves, each other and their surrounding Universities and communities. They blossom into committed leaders, are able to network with our remarkable alumnae, and continue to serve as civic leaders well past their graduation. Kappa Delta Chi is a non-traditional sorority full of diverse members and eager women ready to make a difference in our communities. With sisters, anything is possible.
Through the hard work and dedication of all its members, Kappa Delta Chi is now one of the strongest Latina-based sororities in the country, and is proud to have the reputation of the most powerful network among Latinas leaders. Prestigious to be the first of its kind in the Southwest, Kappa Delta Chi currently holds chapters in seven regions, 14 states and more than 40 institutions of higher education. Kappa Delta Chi also brings a rich tradition of excellence to the institutions where they reside. Kappa Delta Chi boasts an average grade point average of 2.95 nationally and provides more than 40,000 hours of community service annually to our communities.
Chapters hold local events throughout the year. Contact the chapters directly for a calendar of events and for opportunities to volunteer with fellow sisters. If you are interested in becoming a member of Kappa Delta Chi, you may contact your local chapter. If there is not a Kappa Delta Chi chapter at your local college or university, you may learn more about starting a chapter here.
Once our members have graduated, they are encouraged to become part of the National Alumnae Association (NAA) and their nearest alumnae chapter, where they may continue to develop mentoring relationships with our collegiate sisters and serve our University and local communities. As of August 2011, Kappa Delta Chi also accepts applications from graduate students and professional women; if you may be interested, you may learn more about our graduate/professional intake process here.
For more information about Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. at Prairie View A&M University, please contact Ana Rodriguez….
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