Letter to Parents
As the president of the Eta Zeta chapter of Kappa Delta, it is my privilege to be a leader to your daughter at the University of North Florida and also the national organization of Kappa Delta!
Kappa Delta at the University of North Florida stands out as a place that always strives for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest. On our campus, we stand out for many reasons. Our chapter’s most recent accomplishments include: Chapter of the Year the past three out of six years, and being ranked 2nd in academics among the other Panhellenic chapters. This past year we were able to raise over twenty thousand dollars, donating fourteen thousand dollars to our local philanthropy the Monique Burr Foundation. In addition, we host two philanthropic events per year, a color run 5k in the spring and a “blacklight” volleyball tournament in the fall. Our fundraising efforts reached record heights this past spring with our third annual 5K. We also partner with the Girl Scouts of the USA, hosting events each semester with our local troop, in an effort to instill confidence in young women.
Membership into Kappa Delta Sorority will without a doubt enhance your daughter’s college experience, and I know that everything she puts into Kappa Delta she will receive back. My hope is that you will find that this organization will provide opportunities that inspire your daughter to greatness, and provide her with memories she will always cherish. Membership is a privilege that comes with great responsibility. We expect our members to excel academically, participate in campus activities that will improve their leadership skills, give back to the community, and fulfill the financial responsibilities that make the existence of our chapter possible.
In my three years at the University of North Florida, Kappa Delta has given me friends that have become my family, the comfort of a place to call my own on this large campus, and a willingness to strive every day to become an even better version of myself. We take pride in being the support system away from home during her time as a collegian. We hope that during her time in KD she will become a more confident woman, learn to give back to her community, excel academically and socially and of course be a lifelong member!
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me via phone or email. I look forward to a wonderful year and anticipate embracing your daughter into the sisterhood we have at Kappa Delta at the University of North Florida.