FAQs

Does the sorority do anything besides party?

This is a widespread stereotype of Greek organizations. A majority of our time is spent upholding alpha Kappa Delta Phi's pillars of sisterhood, scholarship, service and Asian awareness. Our pillars are what differentiates us from other greek organizations.

 

When we host our own club parties, they are fundraisers for our chapter or for breast cancer research. Sisters are not allowed to drink any alcohol during this time. aKDPhi does not condone underage drinking, and we will never force you to drink.

 

If you join a Greek organization, are you paying for friends?

This is not true. In the same way you would gain friends in any situation, you will meet new people and get to know them over time. You learn many things while you are in the new member process, such as time management, leadership, sacrifice, and love. When you become a sister, you would have built a bond with all the girls in the sorority that you can never break. Your sisters will be your sisters for life, and yes, along the way they do become your friends.

How much do you pay for dues?

Our dues are among the lowest of all Greek sororities, and we are a non-profit organization; therefore, all the money gets back to you in one form or another.

 

Do you have to be Asian to join aKDPhi?

Of course not! We are Asian-INTEREST, not Asian-EXCLUSIVE. "Asian-interest" sorority means that we promote Asian awareness. We have sisters of all ethnicities across the nation who have joined us in our mission. In meeting this objective, we do not discriminate against anyone in any way; ethnicity is not a factor when we choose our potential new members. We warmly welcome all women who share our purpose, interest, and vision.