Florida State Kappa Delta
Florida State Kappa Delta


β˜† to the Kappa Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta β˜†


Kappa Delta takes part in formal recruitment each Fall. Get your recruitment questions answered and prepare to take the next step in your FSU career!


Children's Home Society,
Prevent Child Abuse America,
 Girl Scouts of America,
Orthopedic Research Awards,
Children's Hospital of Richmond, VA &
the Confidence Coalition!


A letter from the president

On behalf of our sisters, I welcome you to the Kappa Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta at Florida State University where I have the pleasure of serving as 2019 Chapter President. I invite you to explore our website and take a glimpse into our sisterhood. 

In August 2016, I ran home to Kappa Delta, not fully aware of the incredible gifts that awaited. Kappa Delta has enhanced my college experience in innumerable ways. From my call to leadership to priceless moments with sisters, I have gained knowledge about myself and others that I will treasure for a lifetime. I chose Kappa Delta because the women that I now call my sisters continually challenge me to achieve more, express kindness to all, and exemplify sincerity in all that I do.

Founded on November 11, 1904, the Kappa Alpha chapter has empowered women to flourish in academic excellence, leadership, community involvement, and social vitality for more than a century. Our sisters have been committed to inspiring one another to lead values-based lives while contributing their leadership, scholarship, and social spirit to the Greek Community and FSU.

Our open motto, β€œLet us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest,” conveys our passion to truly live out our fullest potential. Our sisters embody authenticity through altruistic service to our Tallahassee community and positivity as we strive for a greater and better Kappa Delta. 

It is my hope that you will find your people and your home, just as I have here at Kappa Delta. As you explore our website and look deeper into our sisterhood, I challenge you to think about how you can enhance your college experience to be more meaningful, rewarding, and honorable.  

Yours truly,

Krissy Hosman

Chapter President

PC '16