What is the purpose of AKA in your own words?

In your own words, describe the purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. The purpose of Alpha Kappa Sorority is to promote love and oneness among college women, to help girls and women overcome diverse challenges, and to render humanitarian services to the world.

Can you join 2 sororities?

If you drop after you are initiated, you cannot join another sorority. Therefore, you cannot join another sorority at a different college. However, if you are in a sorority and you transfer, you can join the same sorority. You have to go through the transfer process at your new college.

Who is the sister sorority of Omega Psi Phi?

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

What is AKA sorority symbol?

Symbol: Ivy Leaf. Flower: Pink Tea Rose. Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green. Official publication: Ivy Leaf magazine, first published in 1921.

Can you go inactive in a sorority?

Inactive Member – An NPHC member who has elected or due to grades has to become inactive in sorority or fraternity life. They have no say or participation in chapter activities.

Why did Delta split from AKA?

D. On January 13, 1913, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. When a disagreement about the future of the organization arose between the active chapter and the alumnae, an ultimatum was given, decisions were made, and in the end, the active members left Alpha Kappa Alpha and became Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Who is the only female member of Omega Psi Phi?

Lottie Wilson

What do the 20 pearls mean for AKA?

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Can you drop a sorority after bid day?

You don’t like the sororities left on your list or you don’t want to join a sorority. You decide to drop out of sorority recruitment. You can drop out at any time. You need to talk to your recruitment counselor and fill out some paperwork.

Is Denzel Washington a member of Omega Psi Phi?

Denzel Washington is a brother of Omega Psi Phi. He isn’t a newcomer to the Oscars either. Washington has been nominated for six Oscars during his career and he has won two.

What does the frog mean to AKA?

Within the organization of Alpha Kappa Alpha it’s not traditional that members collect animals of any kind. Now some members do collect “frogs” which symbolize that the organization was growing in leaps and reaching new bounds.

What fraternity is brothers to AKA?

Kappa Alpha Psi was originally chartered and incorporated as Kappa Alpha Nu in 1911 at Indiana University. Later the name was changed to Kappa Alpha Psi in 1915. Omega Psi Phi is the unofficial brother organization of Delta Sigma Theta and was founded in 1911 at Howard University.

What does RQQ mean?

Radio Quiet Quasar

What does sands mean in a sorority?

Sands – An NPHC term for members of your new member class or Greeks who became members the same semester. Comes from the phrase “cross the burning sands” which means to cross over (become initiated) into full membership.

What is a Nupe vs a kappa?

The term Kappa is just a shortened version of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. The term Nupe is a less common name for someone in the fraternity, but it is not commonly used on most college campuses. Most members do not actually know how or where the term Nupe was invented to refer to a member of the fraternity.

What does an inactive sorority mean?

When you are inactive you are basically not a member of the sorority. This means you cannot attend the majority of events held. When you join a sorority you are not bound to be close with all of your sisters, but when you go inactive you still hope to keep the ones you were close with.

What does it mean to be an AKA woman?

An Alpha Kappa Alpha Woman is one of a kind. She walks in a room with her head held high, Acknowledgement of her presences is an awe-filled gaze, or admiring sigh. The Alpha Kappa Alpha Woman is regal and profound. She is the essence of feminism and these qualities abound.

What does crossing the burning sands mean?

The term “crossing the burning sands” describes pledging a Greek-letter organization and crossing over from being a pledge to becoming a full member. Other organizations use this term as it speaks to the trials and tribulations that people face and rise above in life.