Founded: 1870 at Monmouth College
Colors: Dark and Light Blue
National Magazine: “The Key”
Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental
Website: Chapter Website, National Website
Kappa Kappa Gamma is a collegiate fraternity founded in 1870 and maintained by 131 chapters in North America. The Eta Zeta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma at John Carroll University is a closely united group of women dedicated to promoting sisterhood and philanthropy within the community. The women of Eta Zeta are dedicated to philanthropy and display their commitment throughout the year through various philanthropic events such as Kappasta; a dinner raising money for RIF (Reading is Fundamental) and Kappa Kidney Kamp, a week-long retreat for children suffering from kidney disease; and various others.
In addition to philanthropic events, the ladies of Eta Zeta are devoted to their sisterhood and uphold this bond by offering several events throughout the year. These events include social affairs such as date parties, mixers, and an annual Sapphire Ball held in the spring, as well as sisterhood events including TV nights and retreats. The women of Eta Zeta would like to invite you to learn more about the sisters of Kappa Kappa Gamma during formal recruitment.