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Get to Know Us

a sxsterhood like no other

alpha Kappa Delta Phi is an international Asian-interest sorority with 59 chapters located at numerous universities across the United States and in Canada. Thousands of undergraduate and alumnae sxsters support the rapidly growing network of strong and successful women in the organization. alpha Kappa Delta Phi is part of the National APIA Panhellenic Association (NAPA), which it helped charter in 2006.

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National History

love and friendship across the continent

alpha Kappa Delta Phi was established at the University of California at Berkeley in the fall of 1989, and recognized by the College Panhellenic Association on February 7, 1990. The founding sisters dedicated themselves to establishing a strong and lasting organization, which would provide Asian American women the opportunity to participate in the Greek system. Soon after being recognized by the College Panhellenic Association, the founding sisters brought together a diverse group of women who shared with them the goals of sisterhood, scholarship, and leadership. These ideals were to later set the foundation for alpha Kappa Delta Phi’s purpose. 

The love and generosity that each member had for the organization was instrumental to the growth of alpha Kappa Delta Phi’s reputation as a sorority, as well as to the forging of unbreakable friendships. The sisterhood has since then spread to prominent university campuses across the country. To meet the needs of the growing sisterhood, the National Board of alpha Kappa Delta Phi was established in May of 1993 at the National Convention in Santa Barbara, California.

It is the sincere wish of the founding sisters that alpha Kappa Delta Phi continue to promote Asian Awareness in the community and leadership for women by providing each woman with the resources, unique sisterly support and understanding to achieve her goals in life.

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Chapter History

our story

The founding sxsters Elaine Chen, Melanie Dao, Anh Hoang, Tam Huynh, Aliyah Khan, Kriti Matta, Mili Mudiawala, Jennie Nguyen, Nguyet Nguyen, Thy Nguyen, Amber Quach, Samantha Rabino, Meredith Sermon, Jamie Son, and Evelyn Wong wanted to establish an organization that would create a home away from home while raising Asian-Awareness at The University of Texas at Dallas. They worked towards the goal of bringing alpha Kappa Delta Phi onto their campus.

The interest group VENUS (Victorious Empowerment N United Sisterhood) was officially approved by the university as an official student organization on March 27th, 2018. After working tirelessly to promote the pillars of Sxsterhood, Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Asian-Awareness, VENUS received unanimous approval from aKDPhi chapters across the continent to begin the process to establish a new chapter. Hosted by the 49th Colony chapter, the University of Texas at Arlington, and under the guidance of the 2020 National Board’s Officer of Education, Shyrelle Lebrias, as their New Member Educator, the 15 were able to charter the 59th colony chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi as the Constellation Charters. On March 7th, 2020, the women of VENUS became the 59th Chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority, Inc.

The founding sxsters of the 59th Chapter hope to see continued promotion of the pillars, committed love and sxsterhood bonds, and endless growth and improvement of the chapter for years to come.