GREEK LIFE:KAPPA DELTASORORITYCULTURESarah CrockettMegan HigginbothamLauren Howard
PRESENTATION OUTLINE   Greek Life at Virginia Tech   Kappa Delta Sorority Overview   Kappa Delta Sorority Culture   An...
PRESENTATION LEARNINGOUTCOMES   Following this presentation students will be able    to:     List the different Greek co...
INTRODUCTIONMethodsDefinitions
METHODS   Personal Interviews       Active Kappa Deltas       Inactive Kappa Deltas       Kappa Delta Alumni       Ot...
CULTUREFor the purposes of this presentation, CULTURE is defined as: Social    glue based on shared values and beliefs  ...
GREEK LIFE“..coming into school…I was reallylost…there was so much to do andso many different things to choosefrom. I just...
GREEK LIFE AT VIRGINIA TECH   Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life       Panhellenic Council (PHC)       Interfraternit...
PANHELLENIC COUNCIL ATVIRGINIA TECH   Governing body of the    12 sororities at    Virginia Tech   Made up of 13 officer...
GREEK STUDENT POPULATIONAT VIRGINIA TECH   Total Undergraduate Female Population = 9,623   Spring 2010 Sorority Populati...
CHOOSING GREEK LIFE   First-time Involvement   Opened doors to other involvement
CHOOSING GREEK LIFE                      Ja ym e
KAPPA DELTAOverviewCulture
KAPPA DELTAS AT VIRGINIA TECH   Video of Chant
KAPPA DELTA MISSION STATEMENT Kappa   Delta is a national organization      of women committed to a two-fold             ...
KAPPA DELTA FAST FACTS   Founded in 1897 in Farmville, Virginia   Colors:             Olive green and pearl white   Jew...
KAPPA DELTA STATISTICS   148 Sisters on campus   Academics:     GPA New Member Initiation Requirement: 2.6     GPA Act...
KAPPA DELTA FROM AN OUTSIDER                               Re han
WHY DO WOMEN CHOOSE KAPPADELTA?                            Jen
KAPPA DELTA CULTURE“I feel like we’re veryrespectable, put-together, politewomen and I really pride myselfon being a part ...
WHAT IS KAPPA DELTA IN ONEWORD?
WHAT IS KAPPA DELTA IN ONEWORD?   Video of Allie                             A l l ie
KAPPA DELTA HOUSE CULTUREJuniors30-40   chosenHouse   activities
KAPPA DELTA HOUSE CULTURE                            Ja ym e
AFTER GRADUATION   Networking through Virginia Tech   Networking with nationwide chapters   Friendships   Leadership O...
AFTER GRADUATION                   Ja ym e
ANALYSIS OFRELEVANT ISSUES
AREAS OF CONFLICT   Access       Financial Commitment   Recruitment Year     House Involvement     Years in Sorority...
DIVERSITY WITHIN SORORITY LIFE   PHC and NPHC Divide   LGBTQ Involvement in Greek Life            “PHC may not be for ev...
STUDENT LEARNING& INVOLVEMENT
STUDENT LEARNING   Personal Incentives   Academic Scholarships   PHC Awards
STUDENT INVOLVEMENT   Philanthropies   Greek leadership   Other leadership
QUESTIONS? COMMENTS?
SOURCES   Virginia Tech Office of Fraternity and Sorority    Life   Special thanks for personal interviews to:       Ja...
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    1. 1. GREEK LIFE:KAPPA DELTASORORITYCULTURESarah CrockettMegan HigginbothamLauren Howard
    2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE Greek Life at Virginia Tech Kappa Delta Sorority Overview Kappa Delta Sorority Culture Analysis of Relevant Issues Student Learning and Involvement
    3. 3. PRESENTATION LEARNINGOUTCOMES Following this presentation students will be able to:  List the different Greek councils within Virginia Tech Fraternity and Sorority Life  Identify the relationship of Kappa Delta’s mission statement with that of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Division of Student Affairs  Articulate aspects of Kappa Delta Culture  Identify how membership in Kappa Delta affects student learning and involvement
    4. 4. INTRODUCTIONMethodsDefinitions
    5. 5. METHODS Personal Interviews  Active Kappa Deltas  Inactive Kappa Deltas  Kappa Delta Alumni  Other active sorority members  Other fraternity members  Non-Greek students and staff members  Greek life staff members Web Research
    6. 6. CULTUREFor the purposes of this presentation, CULTURE is defined as: Social glue based on shared values and beliefs  We will be looking at the culture of Kappa Delta Sorority through the lens of Pan-Hellenic Council and Greek Life within the Virginia Tech community.
    7. 7. GREEK LIFE“..coming into school…I was reallylost…there was so much to do andso many different things to choosefrom. I just felt like I didn’thave that solid group of friendslike I did in high school. “ -Jen
    8. 8. GREEK LIFE AT VIRGINIA TECH Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life  Panhellenic Council (PHC)  Interfraternity Council (IFC)  National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)  United Council for Fraternities and Sororities (UCFS)
    9. 9. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL ATVIRGINIA TECH Governing body of the 12 sororities at Virginia Tech Made up of 13 officers and one delegate from each chapter
    10. 10. GREEK STUDENT POPULATIONAT VIRGINIA TECH Total Undergraduate Female Population = 9,623 Spring 2010 Sorority Population = 1,853  19 % of the female population Source: Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
    11. 11. CHOOSING GREEK LIFE First-time Involvement Opened doors to other involvement
    12. 12. CHOOSING GREEK LIFE Ja ym e
    13. 13. KAPPA DELTAOverviewCulture
    14. 14. KAPPA DELTAS AT VIRGINIA TECH Video of Chant
    15. 15. KAPPA DELTA MISSION STATEMENT Kappa Delta is a national organization of women committed to a two-fold purpose:  to provide a secure, stabilizing environment for personal growth to its collegiate members  to provide a lifelong association of friendship and enrichment to its alumnae members. Offersthe opportunity to learn leadership and interpersonal skills. Encourages academic achievement.
    16. 16. KAPPA DELTA FAST FACTS Founded in 1897 in Farmville, Virginia Colors: Olive green and pearl white Jewels: Diamond, emerald, and pearl Flower: White rose Symbols: Woodstock (local), Teddy Bear, Dagger, Nautilus Shell Philanthropies: Girl Scouts of the USA, Prevent Child Abuse America, Children’s Hospital Motto: “Let Us Strive for That Which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest”
    17. 17. KAPPA DELTA STATISTICS 148 Sisters on campus Academics:  GPA New Member Initiation Requirement: 2.6  GPA Active Membership Requirement: 2.6  Spring 2010 Average: 3.375  2ND Highest Panhellenic Chapter Expenses:  New Member, First Semester Dues: $560  Fall Semester Dues: $400  Spring Semester Dues: $400 Source: Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
    18. 18. KAPPA DELTA FROM AN OUTSIDER Re han
    19. 19. WHY DO WOMEN CHOOSE KAPPADELTA? Jen
    20. 20. KAPPA DELTA CULTURE“I feel like we’re veryrespectable, put-together, politewomen and I really pride myselfon being a part of that.” -Jen
    21. 21. WHAT IS KAPPA DELTA IN ONEWORD?
    22. 22. WHAT IS KAPPA DELTA IN ONEWORD? Video of Allie A l l ie
    23. 23. KAPPA DELTA HOUSE CULTUREJuniors30-40 chosenHouse activities
    24. 24. KAPPA DELTA HOUSE CULTURE Ja ym e
    25. 25. AFTER GRADUATION Networking through Virginia Tech Networking with nationwide chapters Friendships Leadership Opportunities Resume Builder
    26. 26. AFTER GRADUATION Ja ym e
    27. 27. ANALYSIS OFRELEVANT ISSUES
    28. 28. AREAS OF CONFLICT Access  Financial Commitment Recruitment Year  House Involvement  Years in Sorority Academics  GPA Requirement
    29. 29. DIVERSITY WITHIN SORORITY LIFE PHC and NPHC Divide LGBTQ Involvement in Greek Life “PHC may not be for every woman, but it can be for any woman” - Adam Cantley, Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
    30. 30. STUDENT LEARNING& INVOLVEMENT
    31. 31. STUDENT LEARNING Personal Incentives Academic Scholarships PHC Awards
    32. 32. STUDENT INVOLVEMENT Philanthropies Greek leadership Other leadership
    33. 33. QUESTIONS? COMMENTS?
    34. 34. SOURCES Virginia Tech Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Special thanks for personal interviews to:  Jayme Shepard, Jen Davis, Jessica Johns, Greer Kelley, Adam Cantley, Rehan Dahwood, Allie Sanders, Amanda Tompkins, Meredith London, Hannah Wilson, Amanda Rogers, and Anne Curtis Saunders
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