Welcome to the homepage of alpha Kappa Delta Phi at the University of Chicago, the 48th chapter of the first and largest Asian American interest sorority. This website provides an inside look at the sisters of UChicago aKDPhi. Be sure to check out our Facebook page and Twitter for more information!
aKDPhi is an international Asian-interest sorority with 48 chapters located at numerous universities across the United States and in Canada. We are the biggest, first, and only international Asian-American interest sorority! As a nation, we are part of the National APIA Panhellenic Association (NAPA), which we helped charter in 2006. Our national philanthropy is breast cancer awareness, officially partnering with Avon Breast Cancer Crusaders. On campus, we participate in the Friends of the Greek Council and the Multicultural Greek Council, as well as multiple cultural RSOs, such as the Chinese Undergraduate Students Association and Korean Student Organization. We also greatly value our location in Hyde Park and work with several organizations to help alleviate poverty and domestic violence in the South Side of Chicago. The mission of alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority is to provide a sisterhood among women while promoting leadership, scholarship and Asian awareness, particularly in the South Side of Chicago.
We are looking for dedicated, passionate, and hard-working girls who seek strong bonds of friendship and exemplify our values. Becoming a part of aKDPhi means striving to enrich your life and the lives of the UChicago and Hyde Park community in many ways. It also means forming lifelong connections not only with other women on campus, but also with aKDPhi sisters around the world. Finally, joining aKDPhi means creating friendships that will not only last during your time as an under-graduate, but also for the rest of your life.