Purpose

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The Purpose of Upsilon Kappa Delta is intellectual advancement of its members to their highest scholarly potential, to sustain a strong bond of sisterhood throughout a lifetime, and to be actively involved in the communities in which the organization exists. Through copious amounts of service events, sisterhood retreats, academic workshops, and cultural events, UKDs learn more in the act- ­enriching themselves, enriching each other, and enriching their surrounding Universities and communities. They morph into committed leaders, are able to network with our alumnae, and continue to serve as civic leaders past their graduation. UKD is the ideal multicultural sorority full of diverse members and eager women ready to make a difference in our communities.

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Chapters hold local events throughout the year. Contact the chapters directly for a calendar of events and for opportunities to volunteer with fellow sisters. If you are interested in becoming a member of Upsilon Kappa Delta, you may contact your local chapter. If there is not a Upsilon Kappa Delta chapter at your local college or university, you may learn more about starting a chapter here.

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Once our members have graduated, they are encouraged to become part of the National Alumnae Association (NAA) and join the national alumnae chapter, where they may continue to develop mentoring relationships with our collegiate sisters and serve our University and local communities.

Mission

Upsilon Kappa Delta is a multicultural-founded sorority with the mission to focus on the intellectual advancement of its members to their highest scholarly potential, to sustain a strong bond of sisterhood throughout a lifetime, to be actively involved in the communities in which the organization exists, to support Children’s Wellness in our communities, to provide an example of the ideal multicultural sorority and enrich the multicultural awareness of its members and community, and lastly to exercise the widest influence for good.