Confidence, Authenticity, Sincerity
The Epsilon Omega chapter of Kappa Delta is a group of diverse, genuine women that are committed to becoming the best version of themselves academically and as members of the fraternity and sorority community. The members work with both national and local philanthropies in hopes to instill confidence in everyone we meet.
Mascot: Ladybug, Teddy Bear, & Nautilus Shell
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Emerald Green & Pearl White
Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse America, Girl Scouts of America, The Nest, American Orthopedic Surgeon Association
Events: Shamrock Shuffle 5K and Bring It On
minimum required GPA to join
High School GPA: 3.0
College GPA: 3.0
financial obligations (By semester)
New Member: $936.00
Out of House Member Fall and Spring: $691.00
In House Member Fall and Spring: $3,692.00
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Letter to the PNM
Confidence can mean something different for every woman coming into college. For me, it was being comfortable somewhere away from home. I found a welcoming and inclusive home at Kappa Delta. They have helped push me to see things in myself I didn’t think possible.
Four women at Longwood University in Virginia, created a sisterhood that would expand to be 169 collegiate chapters and over 222 alumni chapters.The Epsilon Omega chapter here at the University of Kentucky was established in 1910 and continues to live out the values set by our founders all those years ago.
Here at the UK, we hope to welcome women into our chapter who can live out our open motto, “Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest”. The Nest Center for Women and Children is our local philanthropy that supports families in crisis. Nationally we support Prevent Child Abuse America and The Girl Scouts. We enjoy opening up our house to local Girl Scout troops throughout the year, but especially during our Shamrock week in March, which ends with a 5K Color Run. In the fall semester, we host a cheerleading competition at Memorial Coliseum called Bring It On! Along with our philanthropy, we enjoy the sisterhood and friendships formed in our house, making this large community just a little smaller.
The sisters of Kappa Delta hope that all women going through recruitment can find a home here at the University of Kentucky as we have found our home in Kappa Delta.
The best of luck in this journey,
Vice President of Membership