Kappa Kappa Gamma

Eta Alpha Chapter at Furman University

Statistics

Kappa has 138 collegiate chapters and 307 active alumnae associations.

More than 250,000 Kappas have been initiated since our founding!

Notable Kappas

Kappa is home to many famous women in the arts (Margaret Hilis, Carolyne Smith Roehm, Julia Ward Howe...), business (Robin Burns, Kate Spade, Dixie Carter...), athletics (Patty Berg, Doris Hart, Donna de Varona...), entertainment (Sophia Bush, Lo Bosworth, Jamie Chung...), government (Kirsten Gillibrand, Lou Henry Hoover, Mary Carlin Yates...), philanthropy (Helen Walton, Mary Shuham Dore, Marion Smith Davey...), science (Mareta West, Edith Clarke, Sarah Lee Lippincott...), and education (Virginia Gildersleeve, Kathy Cox, Louise Pound...).

For a full list, please visit this link to the fraternity website.

Did You Know...?

  • Kappa Kappa Gamma is also commonly referred to as "K-K-G" and "Kappa."
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma is one of the oldest women's Greek-letter societies in existence today. 
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma supports a three-part Philanthropy program, often referred to as "Philanthropy 1-2-3".
  • Kappa is the only women's fraternity to own the home of a Founder and operate two historic house museums.

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