Our Values:
Unity – Individually Unique, Together Complete
Honesty – To Build morality and virtue
Integrity – To give 187% and pay homage to our communities
Leadership – To set a STANDARD through our SERVICE,
“To talk the talk and walk the walk!”

Kappa Delta Chi is an organization that advocates community outreach, social awareness and celebrates the accomplishments of young women of all nationalities, backgrounds, and walks of life. Though we are all unique in our individuality, the ladies of Kappa Delta Chi all have one quality in common: we are leaders. We are not leaders because we decide to talk a certain way, dress a certain way, or act in a particular manner. We are leaders because we take the initiative to get things done on our own without the need of accolades. Kappa Delta Chi also serves as a safe haven for women to be among other aspiring women with common goals.

Kappa Delta Chi is a Latina founded, but Multi-Culturally Grounded sorority with sisters from many different backgrounds, ethnicities, political views, and religions affiliations!
Kappa Delta Chi is a service based organization that completes over 300 volunteer hours a semester in the Madison community!
Kappa Delta Chi is locally a member of the Multicultural Greek Council, but it is ALSO a part of NALFO, National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, creating a national network with multi-cultural Greeks across the nation!
Kappa Delta Chi is one of the fastest expanding multi-cultural sisterhoods on this campus, striving for academic excellence, social and political awareness, and community involvement throughout Madison , and the nation. Our programming and service activities make a difference!
Kappa Delta Chi Involvement (a few)
• Neighborhood House Tutors, and volunteers
• ASM Student Government
• MEChA
• Black Student Union
• Morgridge Center
• Relay for Life
• Race for Rehab
• Clothing Drive
• Centro Hispano
• CASPER
• Tutors for the Madison School Districts
• Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
• Special Olympics
• Tsumani Relief
• Unión Puertorriquena
• Leadership Social Justice Committee