Building Confidence. Inspiring Action.
Welcome to the Beta Upsilon chapter of Kappa Delta at Susquehanna University! Our chapter is part of a national sisterhood with more than 230,000 members and chapters across the country. On campus, Kappa Delta is home to 59 wonderful sisters, each unique in their own way.
Kappa Delta inspires its members to reach their potential by offering opportunities for leadership, personal development, academic success and community service, all in the context of true friendship. We encourage you to browse our site to learn more about our chapter and its history, activities, values and beliefs.
The Merit Award is given out at Kappa Delta’s national convention to the top 10% of chapters in the country based on Academic Excellence, Philanthropy, and Sisterhood. Our chapter is a proud recipient of this award from the most recent National Convention in the summer of 2017.
CHAPTER OF EXCELLENCE
Kappa Delta has received the Chapter of Excellence award for the past three years at Susquehanna University. This award is given out to a sorority each year whose members not only exemplifiy the best of Susquehanna’s ideals, but also, as an organization, goes above and beyond to better the school.
CHAPTER EXCELLENCE IN PHILANTHROPY AND SERVICE
This award is given to a Greek Organization at Susquehanna University to recognize them for their dedication to community service. Kappa Delta at Susquehanna hosts a variety of events to raise money for Prevent Child Abuse America as well as hosting events for local Girl Scouts during which our sisters act as mentors to inspire and build confidence in young girls
CHAPTER EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP & CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT
Kappa Delta received this award in 2017 to recognize us for our involvement outside of our chapter. Our sisters our dedicated to bettering Susquehanna University and are involved, and hold leadership positions in many other clubs and organizations such as Susquehanna’s Panhellenic Council and Student Government. Many of our sisters are also members and leaders in honors societies such as Omicron Delta Kappa, the national honor society for leadership for juniors and seniors or Alpha Lambda Delta, the first-year honors society that recognizes students who, in their first semester, have attained at GPA of at least a 3.5 and are within the top 20 percent of their class.