Show your pride in Alpha Kappa Alpha with any of our Alpha Kappa Alpha apparel and unique AKA paraphernalia from Greek Gear. We have Alpha Kappa Alpha jackets and Alpha Kappa sweatshirts. Choose AKA clothing or accessories in this sorority's signature colors of salmon pink and apple green.
Wear Your AKA Letters
Shop our collection of vintage, classic and contemporary Greek-letter Alpha Kappa Alpha clothing styles that are favorites among many of this intercollegiate organization's more than 1,000 chapters.
We have formal graduation AKA letter sorority stoles and sporty Alpha Kappa Alpha satin bomber jackets. Let them know you're in the house with a green and pink "Skee Wee" tee printed with the traditional words spoken by arriving AKA sisters.
Find dozens of styles in customizable Alpha Kappa Alpha hoodies, AKA sweatshirts, tanks, pants and lounge wear. For a luxurious gift at an affordable price, our plush Alpha Kappa Alpha Greek letter bathrobe is perfectly pink with AKA letters embroidered in green.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Paraphernalia
Show your pride with AKA pins, magnets, heart stickers and bling. An elegant buy is our sleek Alpha Kappa Alpha wooden pen set that can be customized with your recipient's name. It's a popular Big Sister gift and graduation present.
Stock up on inexpensive AKA keychains, window sticker decals and AKA bracelets for that next sorority house event. Order a personalized Alpha Kappa Alpha flag to decorate your sorority house entryway or hallway. You can also start a holiday tradition with your Little or Big by getting them a new Alpha Kappa Alpha holiday ornament each year.
- What year was Alpha Kappa Alpha founded?
Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded January 15, 1908 at Howard University in Washington D.C.
- What are Alpha Kappa Alpha's colors?
The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority has two official colors: salmon pink and apple green.
- What is Alpha Kappa Alpha's symbol?
The official Alpha Kappa Alpha symbol is the ivy leaf.
- What is Alpha Kappa Alpha's motto?
The AKA motto is, "By Culture and By Merit."