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Mission Statement
(written by 1984-86 Fraternity Council)

Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which 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.

Preamble to the Bylaws of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity

We, believing a closer union in the bonds of friendship to be for our mutual benefit, appreciating the advantages to be derived from a secret fraternity, and feeling that in union there is strength, hereby form ourselves into an association for the development of nobler qualities of the mind and finer feelings of the heart, and for mutual helpfulness in the attainment of individual and social excellence. 

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KKG--Aspire to be.

Kappa promotes, through its standards, a broad college experience. Scholarship or intellectual development is our first priority, and the impressive achievements of our members attest to this. In Kappa, scholarship programs provide an atmosphere for academic accomplishment emphasizing that each member attain her personal academic best.

Cultural growth is important as well. Kappa Kappa Gamma encourages members to seek opportunities for self-growth in a variety of interests in the chapter, campus, and in the community. Kappa Kappa Gamma also provides leadership opportunities in a mutually supportive environment.

Kappa members believe that philanthropy or mutual helpfulness is of significant importance. Awareness of the needs of others is raised by participating in campus philanthropy events, by quiet moments of companionship with nursing home residents or raising dollars for the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation.

Ultimately, Kappa Kappa Gamma offers so many opportunities for growth, leadership, friendship, scholarship, and self-discovery. In our chapter, we emphasize that your experience in Kappa reflects what you are willing to give to your organization, your sisters, and yourself. We wholeheartedly believe that Kappa is a way to be a part of something that soon becomes a part of you.



Selection Process

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Formal sorority recruitment as dictated by Furman Panhellenic

Meeting Location

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McEachern Lecture Hall (Furman 214)