Kappa Phi was born to unite young college women in a common purpose of strengthening their lives so that in everyday living they will be able to stand true to Christian principles. Belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God and perfect example for the children of God is the basic concept for which the Club stands.
The Kappa Phi club has a two fold purpose: first, to educate and thereby enrich and deepen personal religious lives, and second, to educate in ways which will enable Kappa Phi's to live their Christianity through church and community service.
Aim: The aim of this organization shall be to provide a Christian sisterhood for University women, which will promote the spiritual growth and active participation of each member in the church and community.
Purpose: The Kappa Phi Club is a Christ-centered organization for University women. It provides an opportunity for, and challenges them to:
- Develop a deeper understanding of God, others and self
- Realize their individual potential
- Be a supportive community
- Be personally involved, active participants and leaders in the life of the Church
- Commit themselves to positive action.
For more information, please visit the Kappa Phi national website.
President: Danielle Hux
Vice President: Halea King
Secretary: Abby Beadle
Treasurer: Sunitha Johns
Chaplain: Ann Lewis
Membership Chair: Abby Beadle
Pledge Coordinator: Hannah Hammond
Assistant Pledge Coordinator: Megan Letizia
Rush Chair: Megan Letizia
Service Chair: Claire Beadle
Sisterhood Chair: Brittany Newton
Social Chair: Brittany Newton
Music Chair: Halea King
Sponsor: Professor Rachel Rader