Since its inception in 1987, young women of all origins and backgrounds
have joined to fulfill Kappa Delta Chi’s purpose and uphold its values:
Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. No matter what field of
study or choice of school, educated young ladies have come together to
create a strong network base that serves the community, emphasizing on
the Hispanic population. Through numerous conferences, scholarships,
benefits and, most importantly, service events, local chapters have
made their marks at their respective universities. A prime example of
our commitment to leadership can be seen at our Pi chapter at The
University of Texas at Austin. These sisters host an annual Longhorn
Leaders Day Conference that brings an average of 100 at-risk high
school sophomores to the campus and educates them on topics such as
“How to pay for college”, “How to choose a major”, and “What can I
expect from college”. Similarly, the Alpha Gamma Chapter at The
California State University, Dominguez Hills, co-sponsors the Latino
Retention Conference, which celebrates the Latino Culture through
several educational workshops and interactive events. In Arizona, the
Delta (The University of Arizona), Kappa (Northern Arizona University),
and Lambda (Arizona State University) chapters come together in Phoenix
every year to feed the homeless and participate in a clothing drive.
The accomplishments of becoming a producer for young leaders and impacting the community would not have been possible without the vision of our four founders and the continued devotion of all its members. Together, sisters and supporters have made KDChi into the premiere Latina sorority.
Once again we would like to thank you for your time in researching and learning more about our sorority. We hope that you will find exactly what you are looking for, a sisterhood that is based on Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership; the four values we hold in our highest regard.