What is a KDChi?

A KDChi knows what she wants and has the dedication to make it happen. A KDChi has the leadership to influence all those around her for a specific cause. A KDChi has intelligence, not only scholastically, but ethically to do what is right when no one is looking. A KDChi has confidence to be sure of herself and not belittle others. A KDChi has grace when entering a room and illuminating it and those around her. A KDChi has the heart with passion to make all the difference. Heart to show love for others and serve her communities selflessly.

Why KDChi?

  • Sisterhood and lifelong friendships.

  • Memories thru sisterhood retreats, outings, presentations, showcases, strolling, etc!

  • Network that spans across the nation. (Closest chapters include SMU, UNT, UNT Dallas, and UTA.)

  • A group of women that are serious and dedicated to serving their surrounding community.

  • Kappa Delta Chi has a zero tolerance for hazing.

Requirements for Joining

  • Full-Time Student (non first term freshman)

    • If you are a student graduating from High School who takes college courses in the summer you are eligible to rush​.

  • Minimum GPA of 2.75 to join. Rounding of GPA is not accepted.

  • Cannot be a current of former member or a non-academic, non-professional or non-honorary sorority.

  • Eligible to apply with less than full-time hours with permission/extenuating circumstances.

Kappa Delta Chi recruits at the beginning of every Fall/ Spring Semester by holding recruitment events for interested ladies. This way interested students can get an idea of who we are and learn what Kappa Delta Chi is all about.

If you are interested in joining or have any questions please contact our Expansion Chair at betazeta.expansion@kappadeltachi.org.

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