|Alpha Tau Omega (Chapters)||ΑΤΩ||1865|
|Alpha Psi Rho (Chapters)||ΑΨΡ||2000|
|Beta Chi Theta (Chapters)||ΒΧΘ||1999|
|Beta Epsilon Gamma Gamma Alpha Rho Sigma (local)||ΒΕΓΓΑΡΣ||1923|
What are the four types of sororities?
However, different sororities cater to different types of women.
- African-American Sororities. …
- National Panhellenic Conference Members. …
- Religious Sororities. …
- Academic Sororities.
What sorority symbol is a key?
Kappa Kappa Gamma (ΚΚΓ), also known simply as Kappa or KKG, is a collegiate sorority founded at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, United States.
|Kappa Kappa Gamma|
|Symbol||Key, Fleur-de-Lis, Owl|
What do the names of sororities mean?
You may wonder why some National Panhellenic Conference groups are called sororities while others call themselves fraternities. The term “sorority,” meaning sisterhood, was coined for Gamma Phi Beta in 1882 by Dr. Frank Smalley, a professor at Syracuse University.
What is the highest sorority?
The largest sorority in the National Panhellenic Conference (based on number of initiates), Chi Omega has more than 345,000 initiated members, 180 collegiate chapters, and 243 alumnae chapters.
What is the meanest sorority?
Here are some of the most notorious sororities in the United States, and the missteps that have chipped away at their names.
- Alpha Kappa Delta Phi. …
- Kappa Alpha Theta. …
- Alpha Kappa Alpha. …
- Delta Gamma. …
- Alpha Xi Delta. …
- Kappa Kappa Gamma. …
- Phi Mu.
What is the youngest sorority?
The youngest sorority on either list is Alpha Gamma Delta, founded in 1904. The youngest sorority on both lists is Delta Zeta, founded in 1902.
What is Kappa Alpha Theta known for?
Kappa Alpha Theta is known as a leading women’s group; our ideas and programs have often been on the cutting edge. “Leader” is not a title conferred or an office held; as individuals and as chapters, Thetas are known for leading in our communities and on our campuses.
What is the Kappa flower?
The fleur-de-lis was chosen as the flower of the Fraternity because of its dignity, stateliness, and grace. Because the fleur-de-lis is a mythical flower, the iris is often used in its place in Fraternity affairs because it bears the two blues of Kappa Kappa Gamma.