Kappa Keynotes

Columbia, MO Alumnae Association

Join us for the April Alumnae Association Meeting!

Join us on April 2nd at 6:30 for the Spring Alumnae Association meeting. We will discuss the Alumnae Association Slate for the upcoming year and changes to the Fraternity organizational structure, pass out directories, and catch up with one another.

Where: Townsend home (2500 Woodberry Ct., Columbia MO 65203)

When: 6:30 PM

I hope to see you there!


Help the Alumnae Association Send Off the Theta Chapter Seniors

Join us in welcoming the 2014 Theta Chapter graduates into the Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Association!


Thursday, April 30th at 5:30


Theta Chapter House

512 Rollins, Columbia, MO

A short Alumnae Association meeting will follow the ceremony

RSVP Below:


Golden Key Scholarship Fund is currently looking for a part time (Paid) executive director.

The Golden Key Scholarship Fund is currently looking for a part time (Paid) executive director. Duties are described here. If you are interested or know of anyone whom may be interested, contact Fran Atkins: atkinsfm@gmail.com.

Have you visited the Kappapedia?

Check out Kappapedia!

Visit the Kappa website and on the Member’s page click on the “Kappapedia” quick link to go directly to the Kappapedia site. On the left hand side of this page find “Chairman’s Corner” and click on it.

The Chairman's Corner is a place to chat about all things history. Have a question? Ask it in the discussion forum (up at the top left), and a Kappa representative will respond.

The Fraternity is still working on completing all the chapter histories on Kappapedia. Please take a look at your own chapter’s history, and if it's not complete, maybe you could help add the final touch.

As of November 2014, there are about three dozen chapter histories to complete. Please contact Kelly Sulane (kellysulane@yahoo.com) if you are willing to help write a chapter history.

Electronic Membership Reference Form

Kappa is launching an online portal for you to submit references. Say goodbye to mounds of paperwork, finding the chapter’s address or wondering if your reference made it to the right place. This Summer, you will log in to the Kappa website and submit a reference right from your laptop. The chapter will be notified electronically they have received a reference. Chapters will be able to download all references into an Excel document, allowing for sorting, such as by legacy status, hometown or GPA. Ultimately this process will make it much easier for chapters to use the information learned from references. Your references will be saved in the system so you can work on a reference and come back to it later before you submit. The legacy notification is also now part of this system and links the legacy to her Kappa connection via our member database, helping us to verify legacy status. One photo can be uploaded through the system to accompany the reference. More information will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead so stay tuned...

About the Columbia, MO Kappa Kappa Alumnae Association

The Columbia Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Association was founded in 1906. As a member, you will receive our newsletter, invitations to association and interest group events, access to our password protected Columbia Kappa website, our Membership Directory, our Kappa Babysitter Directory, the opportunity to strengthen your leadership skills and much more. Even if you feel you don’t have time to participate in the association events, simply becoming a member of the association is a chance to give back to Kappa. Kappa – for a lifetime!

Our association helps support two active Kappa chapters: Theta Chapter, University of Missouri in Columbia and Zeta Zeta Chapter, Westminster College in Fulton.