Recognized Chapters > Kappa Kappa Gamma

Mission Statement

Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles.

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Chapter Information
Type
Sorority
Chapter Designation
Epsilon Beta
Council
Panhellenic Association (PHA)
Commonly Known As
Kappa, KKG
Facility
Yes
(Inter)national Founding Date
October 13, 1870
Elevation/Officer Election Cycle
Calendar Year
Social Media
Membership Information
Active Members
107
Inactive Members
2
New Members
44
% in Other Orgs.
30%
Chapter GPA
3.44
Active Member GPA
3.45
New Member GPA
3.40
Community Service & Philantrhopy
Philanthropic Cause/Partner

Mental Health & Wellness

The Catie Abeyta Scholarship

The Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation

Hours Served
66
Dollars Raised
$1,440
Additional Philanthropic Work
No additional philanthropic work on record.
Awards & Recognition
(Inter)national Awards
No awards on record.
Campus Awards
Other Awards
No awards on record.
Standing & Conduct History
Elevation Accreditation Standing
Accredited
University Conduct Standing
Good Standing
University Conduct Incidents
No incidents on record.
Fraternity & Sorority Community Policy Violations
Violation Record #1
Validation Type:
Joint Policy on Risk Management/Joint Judicial Board
Date of Incident:
12/06/2019
Organization Charged:
03/10/2020
Resolved:
03/10/2020
Incident Description:
  • Senior members of the chapter hosted a social event at which alcohol was present (a “senior bar crawl”) that was not properly registered.
Charges:
  • Joint Policy on Risk Management Policy, Event Procedures, Registration
Sanctions:
  • The organization opted for a deferred hearing and the following sanctions were applied:
    • Chapter leadership must meet with Panhellenic Vice President of Risk Management to discuss preventative measures for “senior bar crawl” types of events.
    • Chapter will schedule an educational workshop about the Joint Policy on Risk Management, presented by risk management leaders for the chapter with 80% attendance focusing on impact that violations of these policies can have on the chapter, even after graduating seniors may have left.
    • For applicable officer positions (president, risk management officer, social chair, and accountability officer, at a minimum) must draft a portion of their transition plan for their successors specific to any information that was learned from this process.