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    • Kappa joins NCSU Greek-letter community

      Kappa Kappa Gamma is pleased to announce its newest chapter, Eta Chi Chapter, located on the campus of North Carolina State University!

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        • Kappa's UConn Chapter

          Kappa works with university officials to investigate alleged hazing incident.

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        • Disaster Relief for Recent Tornadoes

          Emergency assistance is available to Kappa's in their time of need.

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        • University's Sanctions at Kappa's UConn Chapter

          Kappa is disappointed with the University's decision to ban its chapter from campus for four years.

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        • Loyalty Award Recipient Announced in Houston

          Linda Price Patton, Oklahoma State, is Kappa’s 2014 Loyalty Award recipient.

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        • Kappa's 2014-2016 Fraternity Council

          Proudly introducing our 2014–2016 Fraternity Council elected at the 70th Biennial General Convention in Houston, Texas.

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        • Kappa Recognized as RIF's Donor of the Month

          After ten years of partnership, Kappa and RIF have achieved so much!

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        • Loyalty Award Recipient Announced

          Kappa Kappa Gamma today announced the 2012 Loyalty Award recipient.

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        • Disaster Relief

          Kappa Kappa Gamma’s hearts are with our members and our NPC friends, living in the northeast who may be affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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        • Kappa Celebrates a Quarter of a Million Members

          Kappa reached a membership milestone over the weekend when 30 chapters conducted initiation, bringing the total number of initiated members to more than 250,000!

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        • Kappas Come Together in Time of Tragedy

          Kappa Kappa Gamma is accepting condolence cards, letters and notes of support so that we may pass them along to the Kappa families affected by the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday, Dec. 14.

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        • The New Brand of Kappa Kappa Gamma

          Kappa Kappa Gamma unveiled a new brand identity at Convention 2012. Kappa’s new brand identity signifies our organization’s commitment to continue to move onward and upward.

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        • Kappa Installs Its 139th Collegiate Chapter!

          Kappa Kappa Gamma today announced the official installation of its 139th collegiate chapter, located at California Polytechnic State University, in San Luis Obispo, Calif.

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        • Expansion Continues for Kappa Kappa Gamma

          Kappa Kappa Gamma, one of the largest fraternities for women, is growing again. Wichita State University has invited Kappa to be its next National Panhellenic Conference partner on campus.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Will Suspend Its Chapter at the University of California, Irvine in June 2013

          It is with great sadness that Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity announces it will suspend operations of Zeta Eta Chapter at the University of California,Irvine, in June 2013.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Is Now 140 Chapters Strong

          It is with great excitement that Kappa Kappa Gamma announces the installation of its 140th collegiate chapter at Chapman University in Orange, Calif.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Suspends Its Chapter at Rollins College

          It is with regret that the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity Council has voted to suspend the operations, effective immediately, of Delta Epsilon Chapter at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla.

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        • (Updated) Rose McGill Aid and the Oklahoma Tornadoes

          With the tragedies in Oklahoma, Kappa Kappa Gamma stands ready to help our sisters affected. Our thoughts and hearts are with our members and our NPC friends, living in Oklahoma who may have been affected by the devastating tornadoes.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Continues to Grow

          Kappa Kappa Gamma, one of the largest fraternities for women, is preparing for another new collegiate chapter at Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Ill.

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        • The Fraternity Changes to a Regional Meeting Format for 2015

          Kappa's governing body, Fraternity Council, has recently voted to conduct province business in a regional meeting format for 2015.

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        • University of Alabama Recruitment

          Kappa is aware of the Membership Recruitment issues at the University of Alabama. Leadership has been in close communication with our chapter there to ensure our members are following all university and Fraternity policies and procedures.

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        • Eta Tau Chapter Installed in the Georgetown Community

          Kappa Kappa Gamma today announced its official installation of its 139th active chapter, Eta Tau, located in the Georgetown community in Washington, D.C.

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        • Disaster Relief after Midwest Tornadoes

          Scores of tornadoes that came through the Midwest over the weekend have left homes leveled and many without power. Kappa Kappa Gamma knows our sisters need help now more than ever.

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        • The Kappa Foundation Announces New Executive Director

          The Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Beth Burkes as its new Executive Director.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Establishes Two New Chapters

          Kappa welcomes two new chapters to the sisterhood at Wichita State University and Elmhurst College.

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        • The Stewart House Museum Achieves National Standards of Excellence

          Kappa's Stewart House Museum has completed the Museum Assessment Program.

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        • Kappa Kappa Gamma Will Pause Chapter Operations at the University of Miami in May 2015

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        • Update on Delta Kappa Chapter

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        • Alumnae Achievement Award Nominations Now Open

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        • Beta Nu Chapter Suspended

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        • NPC NEWS: Position Statement Against Sexual Assault

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        • Disaster Relief After Severe Flooding in South Carolina

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        • NPC News: National Panhellenic Conference Legislative Agenda

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        • Kappa's 2016-2018 Fraternity Council

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        • Kappa's 2014-2016 Alumnae Association and Chapter Awards

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        • A letter from Kappa Kappa Gamma's leadership

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        • Disaster Relief for California and Louisiana

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        • Kappa joins NCSU Greek-letter community

          Kappa Kappa Gamma is pleased to announce its newest chapter, Eta Chi Chapter, located on the campus of North Carolina State University!

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      • Founders Day

        In 1870, six exceptional women at Monmouth College in Illinois made the first step on their journey to impact the world.

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Kappa's 2014—2016 Alumnae Association and Chapter Awards


COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 24, 2016)—During Kappa Kappa Gamma’s 71st Biennial Convention in San Diego, the Fraternity honored members exemplifying purpose, spirit and leadership. Kappa is pleased to announce the following Celebration of Excellence award recipients for both collegiate chapters and alumnae associations:

  • Advisory Board Award: Beta Mu, Colorado
  • House Board Award (Housed): Epsilon Phi, Florida
  • House Board Award (Unhoused): Delta Psi, Texas Tech
  • Chapter/Advisory Board Relations Award: Kappa, Hillsdale
  • Chapter/Advisory Board Relations Award: Zeta Rho, Colgate
  • Finance Award (Housed): Beta Kappa, Idaho
  • Finance Award (Unhoused): Eta Zeta, John Carroll
  • Rheva Ott Shryock Award (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Greater Hartford, Connecticut
  • Rheva Ott Shryock Award (Associations with 40-60 members): Miami, Florida
  • Rheva Ott Shryock Award (Associations with 61-100 members): Boulder, Colorado
  • Rheva Ott Shryock Award (Associations with 101-250 members): Greater St. Louis Area, Missouri
  • Rheva Ott Shryock Award (Associations with 251 or more members): Denver, Colorado
  • Heritage Award-Association (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Madison, Wisconsin
  • Heritage Award-Association (Associations with 40-60 members): Northwest Suburban, Illinois
  • Heritage Award-Association (Associations with 61-100 members): Lake Washington, Washington
  • Heritage Award-Association (Associations with 101-250 members): Akron, Ohio
  • Heritage Award-Association (Associations with 251 or more members): Dallas, Texas
  • Heritage Award-Chapter: Eta Alpha, Furman
  • Gracious Living Award (Housed): Epsilon Psi, UC Santa Barbara
  • Gracious Living Award (Unhoused): Delta Kappa, Miami
  • Patsy Bredwick Levang Philanthropy Award (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Richmond, Virginia
  • Patsy Bredwick Levang Philanthropy Award (Associations with 40-60 members): Manhattan, Kansas
  • Patsy Bredwick Levang Philanthropy Award (Associations with 61-100 members): Atlanta, Georgia
  • Patsy Bredwick Levang Philanthropy Award (Associations with 101-250 members): Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Patsy Bredwick Levang Philanthropy Award (Associations with 251 or more members): Kansas City, Missouri
  • Philanthropy Award (Chapters with fewer than 145 members): Epsilon, Illinois Wesleyan  
  • Philanthropy Award (Chapters with 146 or more members): Epsilon Rho, Texas A&M
  • Reading Is Fundamental Award: Zeta Chi, Marist
  • Philanthropy Signature Event Award (Chapters with fewer than 145 members): Beta Pi, Washington
  • Philanthropy Signature Event Award (Chapters with 146 or more members): Beta Eta Deuteron, Stanford
  • Panhellenic Award (4 or fewer Panhellenic groups): Delta Zeta, Colorado College
  • Panhellenic Award (5-7 Panhellenic groups): Eta Delta, Valparaiso
  • Panhellenic Award (8-11 Panhellenic groups): Zeta Nu, UC San Diego
  • Panhellenic Award (12 or more Panhellenic groups): Epsilon Lambda, Tennessee
  • Alphonsine Clapp Howard Alumnae Association Membership Reference Award (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Pensacola, Florida
  • Alphonsine Clapp Howard Alumnae Association Membership Reference Award (Associations with 40-60 members): Salem, Oregon
  • Alphonsine Clapp Howard Alumnae Association Membership Reference Award (Associations with 61-100 members): Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Alphonsine Clapp Howard Alumnae Association Membership Reference Award (Associations with 101-250 members): Orange County, California
  • Alphonsine Clapp Howard Alumnae Association Membership Reference Award (Associations with 251 or more members): Fort Worth, Texas
  • Recruitment Award (4 or fewer Panhellenic groups): Eta Tau, Georgetown
  • Recruitment Award (5-7 Panhellenic groups): Zeta Upsilon, Georgia Southern
  • Recruitment Award (8-11 Panhellenic groups): Eta Sigma, Chapman
  • Recruitment Award (12 or more Panhellenic groups): Epsilon Kappa, South Carolina
  • Communications/Public Relations (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Wasatch Mountains, Utah
  • Communications/Public Relations (Associations with 40-60 members): Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Communications/Public Relations (Associations with 61-100 members): Palo Alto, California
  • Communications/Public Relations (Associations with 101-250 members): Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Communications/Public Relations (Associations with 251 or more members): Houston, Texas
  • Academic Excellence Award (4 or fewer Panhellenic groups): Omicron Deuteron, Simpson
  • Academic Excellence Award (4 or fewer Panhellenic groups): Zeta Xi, Yale
  • Academic Excellence Award (5-7 Panhellenic groups): Eta Lambda, Loyola
  • Academic Excellence Award (8-11 Panhellenic groups): Gamma Nu, Arkansas
  • Academic Excellence Award (12 or more Panhellenic groups): Eta Omicron, Northeastern
  • Membership Growth Award (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Membership Growth Award (Associations with 40-60 members): Chicago Western Suburbs, Illinois
  • Membership Growth Award (Associations with 61-100 members): Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Membership Growth Award (Associations with 101-250 members): New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Membership Growth Award (Associations with 251 or more members): Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Most Improved Academic Excellence Award (4 or fewer Panhellenic groups): Zeta Zeta, Westminster
  • Most Improved Academic Excellence Award (5-7 Panhellenic groups): Delta Xi, Carnegie Mellon
  • Most Improved Academic Excellence Award (8-11 Panhellenic groups): Epsilon Delta, Arizona State
  • Most Improved Academic Excellence Award (12 or more Panhellenic groups): Delta Lambda, Miami (Ohio)
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Association (Associations with fewer than 40 members): Santa Cruz County, California
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Association (Associations with 40-60 members): Clearwater Bay, Florida
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Association (Associations with 61-100 members): Palo Alto, California
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Association (Associations with 101-250 members): New York, New York
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Association (Associations with 251 or more members): Dallas, Texas
  • Sally Moore Nitschke Lifelong Education Award-Chapter: Delta Sigma, Oklahoma State
  • Public Relations Award: Theta, Missouri
  • Risk Management Award (Chapters with fewer than 118 members): Gamma Omicron, Wyoming
  • Risk Management Award (Chapters with 119-179 members): Beta Rho Deuteron, Cincinnati
  • Risk Management Award (Chapters with 180 or more members): Delta Iota, LSU
  • New Member Program Award (Chapters with fewer than 35 new members): Rho Deuteron, Ohio Wesleyan
  • New Member Program Award (Chapters with 36-54 new members): Eta Beta, Pepperdine
  • New Member Program Award (Chapters with 55 or more new members): Eta Nu, Santa Clara
  • Ritual Award: Gamma Zeta, Arizona
  • Standards Award (Chapters with fewer than 91 members): Alpha Deuteron, Monmouth
  • Standards Award (Chapters with 92-145 members): Delta Omega, Fresno State
  • Standards Award (Chapters with 146-192 members): Eta Iota, Creighton
  • Standards Award (Chapters with 193 or more members): Epsilon Eta, Auburn
  • Greatest Improvement Award: Zeta Sigma, North Texas
  • Excellence in Chapter Management Award (Chapters with fewer than 118 members): Zeta Alpha, Babson
  • Excellence in Chapter Management Award (Chapters with 119-179 members): Beta Rho Deuteron, Cincinnati
  • Excellence in Chapter Management Award (Chapters with 180 or more members): Gamma Alpha, Kansas State
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 1): New York, New York
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 2): Akron, Ohio
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 3): Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 4): Houston, Texas
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 5): Greater St. Louis Area, Missouri
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 6): Wasatch Mountains, Utah
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Region 7): Palo Alto, California
  • McNaboe Most Outstanding Association Award (Overall Winner): Wasatch Mountains, Utah
  • Most Outstanding Chapter Award: Eta Pi, NYU  

Overall, 92 awards and 225 honorable mentions were presented.

“We know you will continue to aspire to be the best and the brightest in your communities and on your campuses,” said Suzanne Calvin Dalton, Missouri, Director of Chapters. “Through your commitment to Kappa and to one another, you truly inspire us all.”

Kappa congratulates all those recognized for their achievements over the last biennium.

For more information about the Fraternity and its Foundation, visit www.kappa.org

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