Kappa Delta Phi, NAS believes that you, as parents, are a part of your child’s Sorority experience. Kappa looks forward to playing a strong and positive role in your child's college life and beyond, and we hope that you will be an involved and supportive part of this journey.
Kappa Delta Phi, NAS Journey
During their New Member period, your child will learn a great deal about Kappa Delta Phi, NAS - about our history, our programs and, most importantly, our standards and values. They will receive a Big Sister to help guide them and be their mentor, and they will develop friendships that will endure throughout their life. Our Chapters and Emerging Chapters understand clearly that all this is to be accomplished in an environment that is free of hazing. At the end of her New Member period, they will be initiated into Kappa Delta Phi, NAS as a full member through a ceremony that is solemn and deeply meaningful.
In Kappa Delta Phi, NAS, your child will make friends to support, motivate and challenge them. They will find guidance in the Kappa alumnae who mentor and assist their Chapter or Emerging Chapter. We wholeheartedly believe that Sisterhood in Kappa Delta Phi, NAS is for a lifetime.
Member Development and Leadership Opportunities
As part of the collegiate Chapter experience, Kappa Delta Phi, NAS members participate in several educational and leadership programs designed to inspire them to realize their potential. Kappa provides each member opportunities for growth and development. Whether serving as a Chapter Officer or participating in membership programming, they will develop life skills, leadership and organizational management skills, self-awareness, self-esteem and confidence.
High academic standards are an integral part of Kappa Delta Phi, NAS membership. Your child must be enrolled for University credit and maintain a certain grade point average to be an active Chapter or Emerging Chapter member. Our volunteers and staff work with each Chapter or Emerging Chapter individually to design and provide the resources, expectations and programming specific to what meets their needs through the right mix of study hours, study aids, academic incentives, tutoring and use of campus academic resources. In addition, Kappa Delta Phi, NAS provides academic based financial awards that are awarded annually to Kappa Delta Phi, NAS members in good standing, and are based on an application process that takes into consideration academic performance, Chapter and community involvement and letters of recommendation.
After graduation, your child has the opportunity to remain involved in the organization for years to come. With nearly 4,000 members’ nationwide, your child has the opportunity to connect with others wherever they go in the coming years. Alumnae membership looks different for each of our members. Some are involved in an Alumnae Chapter who work to support the local Chapter while others are volunteers for the National Sorority. Our members are able to continue their personal and professional development with Kappa Delta Phi, NAS through social and philanthropic activities with other alumnae members. The possibilities are endless and their Kappa involvement can and will look different based on their life experiences at the time.