Kappa Kappa Gamma Is Now 140 Chapters Strong
Kappa’s Newest Chapter Installed at Chapman University on April 20
COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 22, 2013)—It is with great excitement that Kappa Kappa Gamma announces the installation of its 140th collegiate chapter at Chapman University in Orange, Calif.
Kappa welcomed 97 women as charter members on April 20, 2013, when more than 100 collegiate and alumna members from surrounding areas took part in the initiation ceremony.
Kappa’s Chapter Consultant for the new chapter, Andrea Schug, has been on the ground leading Kappa’s colonization campaign since fall 2012. “I am so honored to call the 97 charter members of Eta Sigma Chapter my sisters,” said Schug. “They are beautiful, inside and out, they are inspirational and embody Kappa. We are honored to have joined the Greek community at Chapman University.”
Local alumna advisers and regional and national officers will continue to inspire, prepare, impact and connect these new members of Kappa Kappa Gamma—helping them aspire to be everything they dream of becoming.
“I had the privilege of installing Eta Sigma Chapter this past weekend,” said Julie Leshay, Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity President. “I am proud to say the women of Eta Sigma Chapter are poised, prepared and ready to complement Greek life at Chapman University. They will make us Kappa proud.”
Kappa Kappa Gamma is now the eighth National Panhellenic Conference group at Chapman University, joining Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi Sigma Sigma.
For more information on Kappa’s 140th chapter, visit www.facebook.com/KappaChapman. To learn more about Kappa’s extension efforts, visit www.kappa.org/kappa/join.