Theta Gamma Chapter at Brown University

Kappa Delta

Our Chapter

Kappa Delta at Brown University, Theta Gamma chapter, was founded April 28, 2013 and has grown into group of more than 120 unique women who come together to form an incredible sisterhood. From art history to biomedical engineering to those who study in the prestigious PLME program and everything in between, our sisterhood consists of women with a variety of academic and extracurricular interests, all of whom bring something special to our chapter! Tight-knit and ever supportive, our sisters make campus into a home with women who will leave lasting impacts on our lives. 

Kappa Delta at Brown is part of a bigger network of Kappa Deltas around the country and carries the legacy of sisterhood and philanthropy in our history. In this vein, we work together to organize philanthropy events to support Prevent Child Abuse America as well as the Girl Scouts. Our focus is on confidence, especially in young women, so that they can grow up to feel empowered to make a difference both within themselves and to the world around them.

We celebrate our sisters’ victories and accomplishments around campus and throughout the world. Our sisters are very involved in a variety of organizations, from a cappella groups to varsity sports (we even had a sister competing for the 2016 Olympic Games!). We are proud of our sisters’ leadership and commitment not only to our chapter but also to the greater Brown community.

Kappa Delta at Brown is composed of women who are leaders, philanthropists, activists, performers, and - most of all - sisters. As KayDees, we are always striving for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.