Sigma Kappa

Kappa Eta Chapter

Chapter History

Chapter History

The Kappa Eta chapter of Sigma Kappa was established at Texas Christian University in 1998. Since then, our sisterhood has expanded and grown to be a thriving chapter in the TCU Panhellenic community. We are proud to have sisters involved in many major organizations on campus, including New Student Orientation, Frog Camp facilitators, and Panhellenic Council. If there is a group on campus, you are sure to find an SK in a leadership role! Many TCU staff mentors are Sigma Kappas, and we have a TCU Letterman's Association Hall of Fame recipient among our chapter's alumnae. Sigma Kappa has set the standards for leadership, service, and personal development, and we are proud of what makes our chapter unique!

We are so delighted to have celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kappa Eta’s founding last April. Throughout the past 20 years, the organization has grown and developed both internally and through our involvement on-campus. We are so proud to state that every woman in the chapter is a part of at least one on-campus organization, with over 25% of those women holding leadership roles in their respective organizations. Kappa Eta also leads the charge through becoming a top fundraiser each year in Sigma Kappa’s Ultra Violet Campaign events raising over $35,000 this year in our annual Belt Buckle Ball event. Our chapter also excels in raising funds for our annual Fort Worth Walk to End Alzheimer’s, being the top fundraising team for the past several years. This year in particular so we are incredibly proud to announce that we have raised over $50,000 for the walk! Our women are living out our values each and every day, and we cannot be prouder of Kappa Eta.