Kappa Delta is a sorority that was founded in 1897 at the State Female Normal School, now known as Longwood University. The group was founded by four women and has since grown to an organization of almost 230,000 women across 200 collegiate chapters and over 500 alumni chapters.
Kappa Delta Apparel
Showcase your Greek pride with Kappa Delta apparel from Greek Gear. All KD ladies know how important it is to wear their letters and at Greek Gear, we make it easy with a selection of Kappa Delta shirts, Kappa Delta sweatshirts and other Kappa Delta apparel items that you'll want to wear every day. Shop our amazing selection of clothing today and celebrate your membership in the sisterhood in style. Put the perfect finishing touch on any outfit with some Kappa Delta accessories.
Kappa Delta Merchandise
In addition to apparel, we also carry a huge selection of Kappa Delta merchandise. Shop for pillows, blankets and home goods to make your dorm or chapter house feel more cozy. Order keychains to keep your dorm key or car keys safe and be sure to order a new Kappa Delta sign or flag to let everyone know where your loyalties lie. With so many great items to choose from, you can easily shop for yourself or pick up a gift for your favorite Kappa Delta lady.
Go Greek today with Kappa Delta apparel and merchandise from Greek Gear. We offer a huge selection, competitive prices and unbeatable customer service. Our shirts, keychains and other must-haves for any proud KD girl, but also make great gifts.
Kappa Delta FAQs:
- What year was Kappa Delta founded? Kappa Delta was founded on October 23, 1897 at the State Female Normal School, now known as Longwood University.
- What are Kappa Delta's colors? The sorority's official colors are olive green and pearl white.
- What is Kappa Delta's symbol? Kappa Delta's symbols are the nautilus shell and the dagger.
- What are the most popular Kappa Deltas? Notable members of Kappa Delta include Emmy Award winning journalist Brooke Anderson, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, Pulitzer Prize winner Pearl S. Buck, former Miss U.S. Susie Castillo and Nasa astronaut Bonnie Dunbar.