Kappa Kappa Gamma

Description

Alpha Deuteron chapter represent!

Founded on October 13, 1870, at Monmouth College, Kappa Kappa Gamma (Kappa) was formed in order to provide women with an equivalent organization to the men’s fraternities. The Stewart House located on the edge of campus, is owned by the KKG Foundation and serves as a public tribute to their six Founders.

As Kappas, they’re always looking for opportunities to dream boldly and live fully as they give back and improve the world around them. In the pursuit of their mission to inspire positive change, mental health and well-being is their philanthropic focus.  Alone, each Kappa brings unique qualities to campus; together, they make a positive impact and establish an unbreakable sisterhood.

Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles.

The most popular fields of study among the women of Kappa are:

  • Elementary Education
  • Business Administration
  • Communications
  • Exercise Science
  • Public Relations

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Visit the local chapter’s website.

Check out the KKG National Fraternity.

Contact Info:

President: Lauren Becker ’25 (labecker1@monmouthcollege.edu)

VP of Membership: Izzy Gimm ’25 (igimm@monmouthcollege.edu)

Recent Awards:

  • 2023 Greek Woman of the Year (Grace Simpson ’23)
  • 2023 Richard “Doc” Kieft Award for Involvement, Greek Life, and Athletics (Mac Holmes ’23)
  • 2023 Outstanding Chapter Program (Body Image and Sexuality Discussion)
  • 2022 Richard “Doc” Kieft Award for Involvement, Greek Life, and Athletics (Ally Clay ’23)
  • 2021 Richard “Doc” Kieft Award for Involvement, Greek Life, and Athletics (Teagan McKenna ’21)
  • 2021 Academic Excellence Award