The Jeannette M. Collette Kindness Award:
Kappa Omicron Chapter
The Jeannette M. Collette Kindness Award is presented to the Chapter which best exemplifies acts of philanthropy performed by the local Chapter for an individual, for their college, community, an organization, and/or notable cause. The philanthropic acts must be completed between February 15th of the previous year and February 15th of the current year.
The Susan M. Dyer Golden Scholastic Award:
Jacqueline Woodward, Kappa Chi Chapter
The Susan M. Dyer Golden Scholastic Award is presented to the Chapter with the highest chapter GPA (based on fall semester grades only).
The Elizabeth Jason National Philanthropy Award:
Kappa Alpha Nu Chapter
The Elizabeth Jason National Philanthropy Award will be awarded to the chapter with the highest financial contribution to the National Philanthropy and will be given at convention. All donations to be considered; cash, checks, electronic funds transfers, and online pages such as walks, etc., must be submitted to the National Treasurer prior to the start of the convention general business meeting. In the event of a tie, the highest donation per sister will be used. This is the amount of the total donation divided by the amount of total active sisters.
Angela K Jacobs Scholarship:
Lindsey Rasmussen, Kappa Alpha Xi Chapter
The Angela K. Jacobs Scholarship ($1000) requires applicants to be nominated by a unanimous Chapter decision, be an active Kappa sister for at least one year when receiving the scholarship, and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher.
Victoria E DeMambro Leadership Award:
Angelica Masser, Kappa Alpha Iota Chapter
The Victoria E. DeMambro Leadership Award requires applicants to be nominated by a unanimous Chapter decision, be an active sister who is in good standing with their Chapter and the National Sorority, have held a Chapter executive board position for a minimum of one year, be a member of another campus or community organization at the time of submission, and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Excellence in Social Media Award:
Kappa Alpha Iota Chapter
The Excellence in Social Media Presence Award will be awarded to the Chapter with a prominent social media presence. This can be through a combination of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any social media application. The content should promote our national philanthropy, the individuality of the Chapter, the importance of sisterhood bonding, and be tasteful. The Chapter must submit all social media handles to be considered for this award.
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Yellow Rose Award:
Rebekah Hall, Kappa Iota Chapter
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Yellow Rose Award is presented to a Chapter President and requires applicants to be nominated by unanimous Chapter decision, be an active sister and be in good standing with their Chapter and National Sorority, and do an outstanding job leading the Chapter in accomplishing the National and Chapter goals while following National Procedure.
Certificate of Merit:
Ashley Anguilar, Kappa Alpha Xi
Olivia Faenza, Kappa Alpha Iota
Jayley Handley, Kappa Lambda
Courtney Mayer, Kappa Upsilon
Ella Suters, Kappa Omicron
The Certificate of Merit is the award is given to a Sister who goes above and beyond her call of duty. It is a way to show positive reinforcement within the chapter and National Sorority.
Amanda Cronin and Andrea McKevitt
The Kappa Rose Award is given to a sister who has shown her dedication through her loyalty and effort. She has built a part of herself into the warp and woof of our beloved Sorority. Her accomplishments stand as an inspiration to the Sisterhood.
The Outstanding Chapter Award:
Kappa Sigma Chapter
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Outstanding Chapter Award is presented to the chapter who must have been in attendance of all Nationally sponsored meetings (Summer Leadership Retreat, President’s/Treasurer’s Meeting, and Convention). The chapter must be in good standing with the National Sorority, and must have exceeded their set goals for the year in recruitment, financial, and/or philanthropy. The chapter must have maintained regular and consistent contact with their assigned Chapter Consultant and/or other National Sorority representative. The determination of this award lies with the input of the Chapter Consultants and other National Sorority Board members' interaction and knowledge of chapters.
The Golden Opportunity Award:
Kappa Omicron Chapter
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Golden Opportunity Award is presented to the chapter that may have gone through a hardship with membership numbers, that may have struggled with an administration issue and rose above the challenges, that may have had a financial crisis that they climbed out of, or that may have encountered a difficult Affiliate/Sister situation that was defused of according to National Procedures. The chapter must have maintained regular and consistent contact with their assigned Chapter Consultant and/or other National Sorority representative.
Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Chapter Consultant of the Year Award:
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Chapter Consultant of the Year Award requires the recipient to be nominated by a ¾ decision by a Chapter for whom they act as Chapter Consultant, have scheduled and completed field consultant visits for both the Fall and Spring semesters by the award application deadline, and have submitted all monthly reports and field reports to the VP of Membership in a timely fashion.
Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Associate Board Member of the Year Award
The Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority Associate Board Member of the Year Award requires the recipient to be nominated by one of her colleagues on the board and demonstrate actions that go above and beyond her call of duty through her work on the board.
The President’s Cup:
Kappa Omicron Chapter
The Presidents Cup is awarded to the Chapter who best reflects the ideals of Kappa, of Delta, and of Phi in all chapter representations since the last National Convention. There is no application process to be eligible for this award as it is determined by the National Board of Directors and is considered the highest award given to a Chapter. Requirements for consideration are that the Chapter was awarded the Outstanding Chapter Certificate, previous Spring Semester and Fall Semester Chapter GPA met a minimum 2.5, the Chapter made contributions to the National Philanthropy, the Chapter must have been in good standing throughout the entirety of the award period, and Chapter attendance at Sorority sponsored events.
The Display Award:
Kappa Upsilon Chapter
The Display Award is presented to the Chapter with the most outstanding display at the convention. The award will be given to the Chapter that scores the highest total in the following categories: creativity, originality, traditionalism, sisterhood, philanthropy, and brotherhood.