Faq

 

Do I have to be Asian to join?

Absolutely not. As an organization that seeks to promote cultural awareness, we hold the concept of equality in the highest regard. alpha Kappa Delta Phi does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, age, national origin, or sexual orientation. We are an all-inclusive sorority. Any women who shares similar interests and values is encouraged to join regardless of their own cultural identity. alpha Kappa Delta Phi is composed of the diverse backgrounds and lifestyles of each individual sister. Each member adds her unique experience and spirit to the sorority, building the sisterhood that we are so proud of. We encourage ambitious and motivated women interested in enhancing their college years (and beyond) to attend recruitment or start a chapter.

Does attending recruitment commit individuals to joining the sorority?

Though the weeks and events vary from chapter to chapter, participating in recruitment does not mean you are obligated to join. It is purely a time for you to explore your interests in alpha Kappa Delta Phi and determine if membership is something you would like to pursue. 

Are there scholarships?

Yes! Our National Alumnae Board hopes to contribute to the successful future of exemplary active sisters who continue to uphold the standards and integrity of alpha Kappa Delta Phi. NAB currently offers a scholarship program in which actives can apply for at their website.

What are the benefits to joining aKDPhi?

Being a member of our sorority can offer many benefits. Joining a sorority can enhance your undergraduate life by: 

a) expanding your social and professional network

b) allowing you to experience personal growth in dealing with a diverse group of women

c) offering you a chance to challenge yourself in leadership roles

d) creating friendships through sisterhood that will last a lifetime

What is a bid and how do I get one?

A bid is a formal invitation from the chapter to join. In order to qualify for an interview, you will need to attend a minimum of two rush events and one informational session.

What is expected of a new member?

The purpose of sorority education consists of education about the sorority and the chapter. New members should demonstrate a desire and ability to support alpha Kappa Delta Phi's sorority standards. Hazing, defined as "any action taken or situation created to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule," is not condoned nor tolerated.

 

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