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Colors: Blue and Gold
Mascot: Jermain the Lion
Motto: Character, Culture Courage
Flower: Forget-Me-Not
Symbol: Star
Jewel: Blue Sapphire and White Pearl
International Philanthropy: Special Olympics
Chapter Philanthropy: Pancreatic Cancer

The Rho chapter was founded on June 18, 2009
At the 2011 Konvention, Rho was awarded Most Improved Chapter for the steps that were taken to reestablish the sisterhood.
At the 2013 Konvention, Rho was awarded Chapter of Year for the continued steps and accomplishments that were made since being founded.

Officers:

  • President – Tiana Rivera
  • Vice President – Kristen Kowalski
  • Treasurer – Haime Bekele
  • Secretary – Marissa Chizmadia
  • International Liaison – Lindsey Hogan
  • New Member Educator – Rebecca Manzano

To contact us: Tiana Rivera, [email protected] or [email protected]

For more information about KBG, please click on the links below and do add us on facebook.

International website: https://www.kappabetagamma.org/
Chapter Website: http://www.kbgrho.weebly.com
International Philanthropy Website: http://www.specialolympics.org/
Chapter Philanthropy Website: http://www.curepc.org/

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Sours: https://www.caldwell.edu/current-students/clubs/greek-life/kappa-beta-gamma-sorority/


Kappa Beta Gamma is an international sorority that has been in existence since 1917, but was recently established at LTU on December 7, 2013. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of KBG was built by thirteen founding members and is organized by an Executive Board and a variety of chairs. One of KBG’s main focuses are giving back to the community and leaving a positive impact. With efforts centered around the international philanthropy, Special Olympics; Kappas around the world are regularly raising funds in effort of supporting the inspiring program.

The Alpha Epsilon Chapter participates in different events that support the Special Olympics including the Polar Plunge, Spread the Word to end the Word, Autism Awareness, Friendship Circle, and co-hosting a Special Olympics Dance. Not only does Kappa Beta Gamma stand beside the Special Olympics, but also by the motto, “Character, Culture, Courage.” KBG positively guides its sisters and hopes to improve them morally, socially, and intellectually. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter also hopes to help individuals grow as a person, student, and professionally while giving back to the community.

Chapter: Alpha Epsilon
Colors: Blue and Gold
Nickname: KBG, Kappas
Council: SC (Sorority Council)

Sours: https://www.ltu.edu/greeklife/kappabetagamma.asp
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Kappa Beta Gamma

Kappa Beta Gamma (ΚΒΓ) is a sorority founded at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1917.

History[edit]

In 1916, twelve women of Marquette University founded the campus' first sorority on January 22, 1917, Kappa Beta Gamma. The first officers and founders of this group were:

  • Teresa Jermain, President
  • Myra Thewalt, Vice-President
  • Jeannie Lee, Secretary
  • Mary Weimar, Treasurer
  • Mary Kitzke
  • Eva Johnson
  • Patricia Hagerty
  • Mary White
  • Myrtle Maas
  • Lorraine Kress
  • Vivienne Leichtman
  • Felicia Knafzynska

Weimar also designed the sorority pin.

The immediate aim of the Sorority expressed at its founding was: To Unite the Members in the bond of Sisterhood; to Develop Friendships among the Members During their College Days; to Improve the Members Morally, Socially and Intellectually; and to Foster the Support of College/University, Alma Mater and of God and Country. This was later revised as:

The Sisters of Kappa Beta Gamma International Sorority are an organization dedicated to improving its members morally, socially, and intellectually. As friends, we are committed to bettering our schools and communities by offering leadership opportunities during and beyond our college days.[1]

In 1947 the sorority established its second chapter, Alpha, at Saint Louis University; St. Louis, Missouri. The chapter at Marquette University then became known as Beta chapter.[2] The first chapters were established at Catholic institutions, with the Sorority later expanding to other institutions.

In 2011 Kappa Beta Gamma installed its first chapter in Canada, the Upsilon chapter at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia.[3]

This sorority is not a member of the NPC, though chapters will regularly participate with campus panhellenic associations.[4]

Symbols and traditions[edit]

The official colors are deep sapphire, pearl white and old gold. The five pointed star is the symbol, while the official flower is the forget-me-not. ΚΒΓ has 2 official jewels, the blue sapphire and white pearl. The Sorority has designated a mascot, Jermain the Lion (Jermain being the last name of the first Grand Mistress, or president).[5]

Founder Mary Weimar designed the sorority badge, a wreath of six pearls and six sapphires encircling Kappa Beta Gamma’s Greek Letters. She also designed the membership pin, a blue shield with a gold stripe running diagonally across it.[4]

Kappa Beta Gamma marks three annual days of remembrance, listed in the order they were established:

  • January 22 - Founders Day
  • May 14 - National Founders Day
  • April 2 - International Founders Day

The open motto of the organization is Character, Culture, Courage.

The initiation ceremony is called Krossover.

The annual convention of the Sorority is called its Konvention, held on a rotating basis at locations in the US and Canada during the first weekend of August. An additional celebration, an International Formal Star Ball is held every fifth year to mark significant milestones.[1]

Kappa Beta Gamma's quarterly publication is the Kappa Star.[5]

Headquarters[edit]

At its establishment in 1947, the first National Officers were chosen, all from the Beta chapter and were elected to a two-year term.

The Sorority is governed through its international conventions. Presiding over these annual events, and responsible for the organizations' affairs in the interim between conventions, two separate, but cooperative Boards of Directors, one for the US and one for Canada, are elected to their positions indefinitely by the membership of Kappa Beta Gamma. There are no term limits of minimum term of service for these Board positions. The Board of Directors is primarily responsible for hiring and management of the International President, supporting the International Board and handling legal and business matters on behalf of the membership.

ΚΒΓ's International Headquarters are located in Georgia.

Day-to-day management of the Sorority is vested in four staff positions: the International President, a Vice-President of Compliance-Canada, a Vice President of Compliance-USA, and a Vice President of Membership Development.[1]

United States Leadership[1]

Tanya Niemi: President & CEO

Katie Minaghan: Vice President & COO

Allyson Simerlein: Treasurer & CFO

Canada Leadership[1]

Sara-Lynn Pelegrin: President & CEO

Samantha Jennings: Vice President & COO

Brooke Taylor: Treasurer & CFO

Philanthropy[edit]

Kappa Beta Gamma's philanthropy is the Special Olympics. Along with the national philanthropy, each chapter chooses a local philanthropy to support.[1]

Alumnae Society[edit]

Kappa Beta Gamma has an Alumnae Society, available to any alumna member.[6]

Chapters[edit]

Active chapters[edit]

Chapters of Kappa Beta Gamma are as follows. Active chapters are in bold, inactive chapters are in italics:[7]

Name Chartered Institution Location Status Notes Reference
DeltaJune 1948University of Detroit MercyDetroit, MichiganActive Oldest active chapter [2][8]
Theta1963St. Norbert CollegeDe Pere, WisconsinActive Formerly Kappa Beta Phi (local)[9][2]
RhoJune 18, 2009Caldwell UniversityCaldwell, New JerseyActive Formerly Delta Nu Sigma (local)[9]
SigmaDecember 4, 2010Wake Forest UniversityWinston-Salem, North CarolinaActive Formerly Pi Beta Phi's North Carolina Gamma chapter[9][10]
ChiJanuary 15, 2011Brandeis UniversityWaltham, MassachusettsActive [11]
PhiJanuary 22, 2011Penn State HarrisburgMiddletown, PennsylvaniaActive [12]
UpsilonApril 2, 2011University of VictoriaVictoria, British Columbia, Canada Active Oldest Canadian chapter [3]
Omega Reserved as a memorial for those sisters and alumnae who have passed.
Alpha GammaNovember 24, 2012Simon Fraser UniversityBurnaby, British Columbia, Canada Active [13]
Alpha DeltaOctober 26, 2013St. Joseph's CollegePatchogue, New YorkActive Formerly Lambda Psi Iota (local)[9]
Alpha EpsilonDecember 7, 2013Lawrence Technological UniversitySouthfield, MichiganActive
Alpha ZetaDecember 6, 2014University of Louisiana at MonroeMonroe, LouisianaActive
Alpha EtaMay 3, 2015Central Methodist UniversityFayette, MissouriActive
Alpha ThetaJuly 31, 2015Thompson Rivers UniversityKamloops, British Columbia, Canada Active
Alpha IotaApril 16, 2016University of LethbridgeLethbridge, Alberta, Canada Active Formerly Kappa Pi Chi (local)[9]
Alpha LambdaApril 9, 2016Shippensburg UniversityShippensburg, PennsylvaniaActive
Alpha MuDecember 3, 2016University of Wisconsin–Green BayGreen Bay, WisconsinActive
Alpha NuMay 6, 2017University of KentuckyLexington, KentuckyActive
Alpha XiApril 8, 2017University of British ColumbiaKelowna, British Columbia, Canada Active
Alpha OmicronApril 29, 2017University of Ottawa and Area Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Active Formerly Zeta Theta Epsilon (local)[9]
Alpha PiApril 29, 2017Ryerson University and Area Toronto, Ontario, Canada Active
Alpha SigmaApril 21, 2018Tennessee Wesleyan UniversityAthens, TennesseeActive Formerly Alpha Xi Gamma (local)[9]
Alpha Tau2018 University of Ontario Institute of TechnologyOshawa, Ontario, Canada Active
Alpha UpsilonMay 5, 2018Southeast Missouri State UniversityCape Girardeau, MissouriActive
Alpha ChiMay 12, 2018St. John’s UniversityStaten Island, New YorkActive
Alpha Omega
Beta AlphaMay 4, 2019Middle Georgia State UniversityCochran, GeorgiaActive
Beta BetaAugust 25, 2019SUNY OneontaOneonta, New YorkActive
Beta DeltaJanuary 23, 2021University of GuelphGuelph, Ontario, Canada Active
Beta EpsilonMarch 27, 2021University of WaterlooWaterloo, Ontario, Canada Active
Beta ZetaMay 15, 2021Mount Royal UniversityCalgary, Alberta, Canada Active
Beta EtaApril 17, 2021Louisiana State UniversityBaton Rouge, LouisianaActive

Inactive chapters[edit]

Name Chartered Institution Location Status Notes Reference
AlphaMay 14, 1947Saint Louis UniversitySt. Louis, MissouriDormant, 1977 Second chapter formed.
Formerly Delta Epsilon Phi (local)[9]
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BetaJanuary 22, 1917Marquette UniversityMilwaukee, WisconsinDormant, 1970 Founding chapter [2]
GammaSpring, 1948 Creighton UniversityOmaha, NebraskaDormant, 1953 Formerly Kappa Zeta Kappa (local)[9][2]
EpsilonSpring, 1954 Loyola University ChicagoChicago, IllinoisDormant, 2007 [2][15]
Zeta1961Loyola University New OrleansNew Orleans, LouisianaDormant, 1966 [2]
Eta1961Catholic University of AmericaWashington, D.C.Dormant, 1983 [2]
Iota1968St. John's UniversityJamaica, Queens, New YorkDormant, after 1991? Formerly Iota Sigma Phi (local)[9][2]
KappaAugust 2, 1997Marian UniversityFond du Lac, WisconsinDormant, March 17, 2017
LambdaJuly 13, 2002Northern Michigan UniversityMarquette, MichiganDormant, 2017
MuJuly 12, 2002University of FindlayFindlay, OhioDormant, 2005
Nu2003Franklin & Marshall CollegeLancaster, PennsylvaniaDormant, 2007 [16]
PsiApril 28, 2011Georgia Gwinnett CollegeLawrenceville, GeorgiaDormant, February 20, 2017
XiOctober 27, 2007Frostburg State UniversityFrostburg, MarylandDormant, 2013 Formerly Gamma Sigma Chi (local)[9]
Omicron2009Shippensburg UniversityShippensburg, PennsylvaniaDormant, 2015, revived 2016 Formerly Theta Kappa (local)[9]
PiFebruary 8, 2009Keene State CollegeKeene, New HampshireDormant, 2015 Formerly Tau Phi Xi (local)[9]
TauNovember 20, 2010University of Minnesota DuluthDuluth, MinnesotaDormant, 2016
Alpha AlphaJuly 9, 2011Trine UniversityAngola, IndianaDormant, 2016
Alpha BetaNovember 12, 2011University of ConnecticutStorrs, ConnecticutDormant, 2019
Alpha KappaAugust 27, 2016SUNY, Stony BrookNew York City, New YorkDormant, 2020
Alpha RhoMarch 24, 2018University of AlabamaTuscaloosa, AlabamaDormant, 2020
Alpha Phi2018 Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity Park, PennsylvaniaDormant, 2019 ?
Alpha Psi2018 University of Texas at AustinAustin, TexasDormant, 2019 ?
Beta Gamma2019 University of Hawaiʻi at MānoaHonolulu, HawaiiDormant, 2020 ?

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefFrom the Kappa Beta Gamma website, accessed 4 Nov 2020.
  2. ^ abcdefghijAnson, Jack L.; Marchenasi, Robert F., eds. (1991) [1879]. Baird's Manual of American Fraternities (20th ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Baird's Manual Foundation, Inc. p. IV-88. ISBN .
  3. ^ ab"Kappa Beta Gamma". Kappa Beta Gamma. Archived from the original on 2013-03-11. Retrieved 2018-06-18.
  4. ^ abNoted in the ΚΒΓ Expansion Manual, 2018 edition, accessed 5 Nov 2020.
  5. ^ abNoted on the Quick Facts page of the sorority's website, accessed 4 Nov 2020.
  6. ^Noted on the sorority's website, on the Alumnae Society page, accessed 4 Nov 2020.
  7. ^Information from Bairds's (20th), from Kappa Beta Gamma US chapters webpage and Kappa Beta Gamma Canadian chapters webpage, accessed 4 Nov 2020.
  8. ^Delta chapter website
  9. ^ abcdefghijklmWilliam Raimond Baird; Carroll Lurding (eds.). "Almanac of Fraternities and Sororities (Baird's Manual Online Archive)". Student Life and Culture Archives. University of Illinois: University of Illinois Archives. Retrieved 15 May 2021. The main archive URL is The Baird's Manual Online Archive homepage.
  10. ^Sigma chapter website
  11. ^"Chi chapter". Kappa Beta Gamma Brandeis. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  12. ^Phi chapter website
  13. ^Alpha Gamma chapter websiteArchived 2013-09-04 at the Wayback Machine
  14. ^Withdrew to become Kappa Beta Phi (local), then became the Eta Nu chapter of Alpha Delta Pi in 1989.
  15. ^Withdrew to become Eta Lambda chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma in 2007.
  16. ^Withdrew to become Eta Lambda chapter of Kappa Delta in 2008.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kappa_Beta_Gamma

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Kappa Beta Gamma is a unique, independent, and self-governing panhellenic sorority. We cultivate an environment for women to develop socially, morally, and intellectually through their college years and beyond.

Our members are more than friends and Chapters, we’re Sisters and Family! We work together to ensure that all of our Sisters enjoy an unmatched sorority experience.

Our Inter/National Board Officers are always available to each Sister to assist with any questions or situations that may arise. This personalized experience sets us apart from many other large women's organizations.

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We have a growing Alumnae Society and we want you to be a part of it! For more information, click the link above or contact us!

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Sours: https://www.kappabetagamma.org/

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