Academics are a top priority for Kappa Delta. The sorority provides members with the resources they need to be their best.
Each chapter’s academic support program is customized by the chapter and its advisors. Programming options include study sessions, mentoring members in the same major, individual tutoring, incentives for good grades and more. Further, chapters hold an Academic Success Seminar at least twice during the year. Kappa Delta’s academic excellence focus is designed to grow with members throughout their college years, as their needs and areas of concern evolve.
The Kappa Delta Foundation supports our commitment to academics by awarding nearly $450,000 in graduate and undergraduate scholarships, leadership trainings, internships and professional development opportunities each year to Kappa Delta sisters across the nation. These scholarships have been made possible through gifts, funds and bequests to the Kappa Delta Foundation. Visit Kappa Delta’s national website for more information on scholarship opportunities and the application process.
On a campus known for its high academic standards, our members are able to maintain academic excellence while being heavily involved in student organizations. Our Kappa Deltas enjoy getting together in the library to do homework and study. One thing that our chapter prides itself on is its members' willingness to help another if someone is struggling.
Last Semester Epsilon Alpha Kappa Delta participated in Letters in the Library. This is an event sponsored by Panhellenic Council where members of the four sororities, Kappa Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Chi Omega, and Phi Sigma Rho, log their time spent in the Campus Library for an entire month. We are proud to announce that Kappa Delta's results from this. The chapter logged 113.5 hours of the total 298 hours earned between all the sororities. Kappa Delta was first among the Panhellenic Sororities and we are so proud of this achievement.
Every semester our girls strive to do their best academically. We push ourselves to improve, learn, and grow individually and as a chapter. In the 2016 fall semester we had 10 girls with a 4.0 GPA, 4 of which have a 4.0 accumulative GPA. Additionally, we had 44 members with semester GPAs of 3.14+ and celebrated with a Pi(e) Party!