Recruitment is what continues the legacy of Kappa Delta. Each year, we look to find the most outstanding women to join our lifelong sisterhood. Last year, we were lucky to welcome 82 new members into our family. We are looking forward to welcoming UF'24 to our campus and meeting the women who will go through Panhellenic Recruitment this Fall!
Fall Recruitment 2020
For information regarding Panhellenic Recruitment at the University of Florida, visit www.ufpanhellenic.org
Dear Potential New Member,
My name is Nikki Smalley and I have the honor of serving as the Vice President Membership of Kappa Delta Beta Pi.
Kappa Delta, the Panhellenic community, and myself are so excited to welcome you to the University of Florida.
Our chapter has been working diligently throughout the past year to ensure that Recruitment will be a rewarding and memorable experience for each Potential New Member. I am so excited to welcome you into our home this upcoming August to share with you the many reasons why I am so proud to be a Kappa Delta.
Kappa Delta has played such an important role in my college career and I owe a lot of my development to this chapter. It is here that I met the most empowering, uplifting, and influential women who have pushed me to be the best version of myself and made my college experience so extraordinary. My love for this chapter has continued to grow and I am so blessed to be surrounded by such inspiring women.
Having such an immense passion for Recruitment combined with my love for Kappa Delta, I decided to take on the role as Vice President Membership this year. I sincerely hope that each Potential New Member is able to see the authenticity of our chapter and experience the love and support out chapter exhibits.
Should you have any questions or concerns about Recruitment, please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.
I am more than excited for you to find your home away from home this fall and welcome you to Kappa Delta!
Recommendations and Legacies
Do you know a young woman headed off to college? Kappa Delta appreciates the efforts of its members who recommend outstanding young collegiate women for membership.
While the national organization does not require recommendations for women to be considered for membership in Kappa Delta, recommendations offer a beneficial introduction to the chapter before recruitment begins. Having a recommendation does not guarantee an invitation or membership. You must be a Kappa Delta to submit a recommendation.
To recommend a collegiate woman, please complete a recommendation form. An alumna in good standing from any Kappa Delta chapter may write a recommendation for a potential new member. A collegiate member in good standing can write a recommendation for a young woman who is going through recruitment at another school, not her own.
Is the potential new member a legacy? Let us know. A legacy is the daughter, granddaughter or sister of an initiated member in good standing. Half- and step-relations are considered legacies if their KD family member considers them as such.
Please visit the Kappa Delta website to access the recommendation and legacy introduction forms.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding our recruitment process, please reach out to the following sister:
Nikki Smalley, Vice President of Membership – firstname.lastname@example.org