Frequently Asked Questions
What is a sorority?
Sororities are national and international social organizations for collegiate ladies. They have been in existence for more than 150 years in the United States. A chapter is the smaller unit of a sorority located at a single school. Contrary to popular belief, a sorority isn't all about partying. Although we enjoy going out together and participating in a variety of social events, our priorities lie with our sisterly bonding sessions, academic improvement plans and philanthropic endeavours.
How will I benefit from being in a sorority?
Sororities function as an extended family, providing a fun and supportive environment that encourages individual development for a lifetime. During college, a member will have leadership opportunities, academic support and encouragement, a safe social outlet, and most importantly, a group of friends that truly care about her. Membership in Kappa Beta Gamma is lifelong, so members continue to benefit far beyond college, especially through alumnae groups, career networking, and, of course, the strong friendships they have formed.
Is it expensive to be part of a sorority?
No, it is a reasonable cost. We do offer a payment plan system as well as an International Scholarship.
Do you have living arrangements such as a sorority house?
We do not currently have a house, but it is something we would like to set up for the future.
What is the time commitment?
We have weekly meetings that are approximately two hours long in which we plan events, participate in sisterhood activities, and go over a set agenda; however, if you would like to become even more involved, there are always opportunities to do so.
Does Kappa Beta Gamma haze?
Kappa Beta Gamma firmly stands by it's Non-Hazing Policy; we would never ask a girl to do anything that would make her uncomfortable, cause her any physical or emotional distress, or be detrimental to her overall well-being.