The sorority is based on the Greek philosophy of eudaimonia-the idea that a good life is based on friendship, happiness, knowledge, and virtue. Through these four ideas, we plan to enrich ourselves, our sisters, and the community as a whole. Our sisterhood places a strong emphasis on the ideals of a service-oriented community through volunteer work and philanthropy. We welcome women of different backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs.
Founded at Kenyon: 2000
Colors: cranberry, silver, & white
Member Dues: $120/semester (payment plans are available)
Philanthropy: CROP Hunger Walk, Relay For Life, Humane Society, New Directions
Traditional Events: America Party, Apple Picking, Halloween Party, Parents' Night Out (community service), Fall and Spring Formals, Spring Picnic
Website: Visit the EDM's website
Kappa Sigma Alpha is a collection of unique women interested in creating sisterly bonds that will nurture our social, intellectual, spiritual, and moral development in order to fully give back to our respective communities during our college years and beyond. We value the voice of every Kappa on all matters, seeking to actively include all members, old and new, in the further development of this institution.
Founded at Kenyon: 2012
Colors: lavender & Tiffany blue
Symbol: owl, dahlia, & pearl
Member Dues: $200/semester
Philanthropy: Volunteering with the elderly community of Knox County, Senior Prom at retirement homes
Traditional Events: Fall and spring formals, dessert & discussions; as we are new, we will build many more traditions together in upcoming semesters
Theta Delta Phi fosters growth of its members by upholding the ideals of academic excellence, community involvement, visionary leadership, and social responsibility. Our core values, unity, honor, wisdom, courage, and sincerity are embraced and exemplified by our members. As the oldest sorority at Kenyon, Theta is committed to building upon the tradition of our past as we continue to grow. There is no stereotypical Theta - each sister is incredibly different, but we are all connected by the fact that we love to be together and have a good time.
Founded at Kenyon: 1987
Colors: purple, gold, & black
Member Dues: $110/semester
Philanthropy: Relay For Life, Earth Day, Wiggin St. Elementary, Harvest Festival, Holiday Card making for the elderly
Through a core foundation of sisterhood, Zeta Alpha Pi advocates the cultivation of the intellect and leadership; the fostering of positive relationships, individual and societal, through service to the College and the community; the embodiment of Kenyon College's values and beliefs, such as academic excellence; and the formation of interminable bonds which enrich the college and post-college experience and will be carried throughout our lifetimes.
Founded at Kenyon: 2001
Colors: navy blue & white
Symbol: tulip, rabbit, & opal
Member Dues: $200/semester
Philanthropy: Raise funds and awareness for Stop the Clot!, an organization dedicated to research of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Traditional Events: Highlighter Party, Zeta Formal each semester, Sorority Dinner at the end of each semester