You can become a member of Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc. by joining an existing chapter/colony or by starting your own chapter.
Check if there are any existing chapters & colonies at your school. If there is an existing chapter/colony, you can click on their website to contact them.
If you don’t see your university on the list, viewing the expansion page is more appropriate for you.
When joining an established chapter/colony, there are two parts to the process. The first step, recruitment or rush week, consists of multiple events in which the rushees and active Sorors have the opportunity to interact and get to know each other. Rush week allows you to determine if Kappa Phi Gamma is the right sorority for you. You are not obligated to attend all rush events, but each chapter/colony has a requirement of attending at least two events in order to receive an interview and a bid.
The New Member Education Program is the second step to joining the sorority. During this, new members will learn about the history, background, and principles of Kappa Phi Gamma. New members will have the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they plan philanthropic and fundraising events, to gain professional skills by learning how to write resumes and manage their time, and to form a strong sisterhood. New members will become official Sorors once the New Member Education Program is complete.