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Kappa Delta Chi was founded in 1987 by four women at Texas Tech who shared a dream of creating an organization that united Hispanic women in order to promote leadership and instill good values. Since then, Kappa Delta Chi has expanded across the country and grown in both the number of chapters and the diverse backgrounds of people. The sorority prides itself on doing excellent community service, creating lifelong sisterhoods, promoting multiculturalism, and focusing on the values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership.

Nickname: KDChi (pronounced kay-dee-kie)

Mission Statement: Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is a Latina-founded, 501 c 7, national sorority that fosters professional development, academics and lifelong learning, and higher education degree attainment; an organization dedicated to community service to institutions of higher education and the community with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino population.

 

Founded: April 6, 1987 at Texas Tech University

Mascot: Penguin

Colors: Pink and maroon

Flower: Pink rose

Jewel: Emerald

Motto: “Leading with Integrity, United through Service”

Philanthropies: American Cancer Society, Kappa Delta Chi Foundation

Requirements: 2.5 GPA

National website: http://www.kappadeltachi.org

Facebook: Kappa Delta Chi Interest Group at UIW

Twitter: KDChi_UIW

 

Contact Information:

Chapter President: Cazzandra Parilla

On-Campus Advisor: Dr. Sonia Jasso