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Delta Kappa Delta

Delta Kappa Delta
The Crest of Delta Kappa Delta
Founded October 1, 1999 (1999-10-01)
Texas A&M University
Type Service and Cultural interest
Emphasis South Asian Interest and Multicultural based
Colors      Violet,      Black, and      Silver
Symbol Diya
Flower Lotus
Mascot Peacock
Philanthropy Child abuse prevention and awareness
Headquarters College Station, Texas, United States

Delta Kappa Delta (Also known as ΔΚΔ or DKD) is a United States based sorority for women. B.E.T.I.S. ("Behind Every True Indian Sister") was created as the service organization that aims to unite, serve, and educate the community. On October 1, 1999, 13 young women formed a sorority under the name of Delta Kappa Delta.



See also


Service organizations and events that Delta Kappa Delta have been involved with include:


External links

  • Official website
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