Kappa Delta (KD)
Founded in 2003, the Eta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta is one of two national sororities represented at Sewanee. Our members play an active role on campus by engaging in activities including Residential Life, Varsity Athletics, the Arcadian Program, Inter Sorority Council, Up Till Dawn (St. Jude), Student Outing Program, Orchestra, Choir, Bonner, APO and more. Since the founding the chapter has grown drastically to 90 active members, and is steadily expanding that number. Kappa Delta is committed to inspiring each and every member to lead a values-based life and become a woman of greatness. The principles and ideals upon which our organization was founded are ingrained in everything we do as a sorority, and our members, chapter programs, and initiatives reflect these values every day.
Chapter Nickname: KD
When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee: April 13, 2003
Motto: Ta Kala Diokomen which means, "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest."
Values: The object of Kappa Delta Sorority is the formation and perpetuation of good fellowship, friendship and sisterly love among its members; the encouragement of literature and education; the promotion of social interest; and the furtherance of charitable and benevolent purposes.
Partner Service Organizations: Prevent Child Abuse America and Girl Scouts of the USA. KD also supports Orthopedic Research Awards, and the Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia
Annual Programs: Shamrock Pancake Supper and international girls' day.
Colors: Olive green and pearl white
Symbol: Dagger, Nautilus Shell, and Diamond
Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.5
Chapter President: Danielle Watts, C'19