Alpha Delta Chapter at Rhodes College

Kappa Delta

Our Chapter

Fast Facts about the Alpha Delta Chapter

Established at Rhodes on April 21, 1925

Current chapter size: 140 sisters

Our house was originally decorated by Leigh Anne Tuohy of The Blind Side fame and a KΔ alumna!

Our sisters don't limit their campus involvement to Greek Life...check out the 'Leadership' tab to see what else we love to do!

Why We Love Kappa Delta
Why do we love KΔ? There are too many reasons to count, but to make a dent in the list, we asked a few Alpha Delta sisters to tell us why they're happy and proud to be KΔs:

Mckenzie Dorris '20
Hometown: Prairieville, LA
Major: Neuroscience and Theatre
Why She Loves KΔ: "I love and chose Kappa Delta because every woman involved is authentic and inspiring, which encourages me to strive for their confidence and be fully myself while helping others."


Maddy Peticolas, '21
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Major: Business
Why She Loves KΔ: "When I came to Rhodes, I didn't know anyone. I was playing soccer and felt completely out of my element. However, my teammates, many of them Kappa Deltas, reached out to me and accepted me for my true self. These women made it so clear that Kappa Delta was the sorority for me - full of caring, genuine women!"


Mary Camille Lovely, '21
Hometown: Davis, CA
Major: Biology
Why She Loves KΔ: "I chose KD because when I looked around at all of our amazing sisters I felt like everyone really embodied what it means to be a Kappa Delta and to be a confident woman, and I aspired to be in such a confident and supportive community."


Jenna Faust '20 
Hometown: Liberty Township, NJ
Major: International Studies and Political Science
Why She Loves KΔ: "I never would have thought I would become a leader in all the ways I am now, and I credit a lot of that to the confidence I have gained in joining a sisterhood as beautiful and strong as Kappa Delta. My sisters are the strongest people that I know, and each day they instill in me the excitement to be the best woman I can be every day!"