Kappa Delta offers collegiate women a strong support system and encouragement to excel. Chapter members gain the confidence to achieve their dreams and are inspired to action on campus and in the community.
Plus, if you join Kappa Delta, you find sisters for life. Friendship and mutual support are some of the greatest benefits of sorority involvement. Members encourage each other to be their best selves and hold each other accountable.
Best of all, the Kappa Delta experience allows members to meet and learn from others with different backgrounds and interests. It’s sisterhood at its finest!
This strong sense of sisterhood that is so critical during college does not end upon graduation. KD is for a lifetime! With more than 515 alumnae chapters nationwide, Kappa Delta is never far away.
The sisters of Kappa Delta Eta Beta enjoy and strive for strong, true sisterhood. We hold sisterhood events at least once a week amongst the girls in our chapter. One of the most important aspects of Kappa Delta is sisterhood, and we hold this in the highest regard. Whether it be movie nights, crafting, service trips, or mcdons runs, KD's love to spend quality time with one another!
Kappa Delta's also enjoy active social lives! We host numerous social events each semester, including exchanges with fraternities, swap-a-sis events with other sororities, date parties, and formals. There is one formal dance and date party every semester. Our sorority is also active with the other groups on campus; we hold exchanges with non-Greek organizations and various student groups here at Bradley.
"I love Kappa Delta because it has given me something that I know will last far beyond my four years of college. KD has given me a commitment to service, leadership opportunities, memories, and friendships that will last a lifetime." -Cassie Koll, PC '17
"Kappa Delta has made Bradley like a second home and given me so many amazing memories. My sisters have helped me become more confident and inspire me daily. I can always count on my sisters to put a smile on my face and make a bad day better!" -Katie M, PC '16