Help Alpha Kappa Alpha demonstrate leadership during the Greek Life Challenge!
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was the first Greek-letter organization established for and by college-educated African American women. It was founded on January 15, 1908 on the campus of Howard University by a group of nine distinguished women.
Radford University's Theta Chi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered on Saturday, May 4, 1974 by 12 phenomenal women with the purpose of allowing exceptional women at Radford University to become a part of this amazing organization.
Make your gift today to help us lead the way in supporting Greek Leadership Training for all Fraternity and Sorority Life chapters at Radford University and assisting students with urgent housing, food or financial needs!
“My Greek Life experience encouraged me to become more vocal on and off campus and prepared me to be a leader in the workforce. Beyond that, it increased my eagerness to learn and do more, and helped me make lifelong connections and valuable relationships.” – Kiara Charity ’17
ABOUT THE FUNDS
The Greek Leadership Training Fund
Established by Phi Kappa Sigma supports leadership development workshops and programs on and off campus. This fund helps up-and-coming fraternity and sorority members explore their role as leaders and find their potential for impacting the campus community. Recently, this fund was used to assist 18 Fraternity and Sorority Life students from National Panhellenic Council, the Interfraternity Council, and the Panhellenic Council attend the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Central Student Leadership conference in Indianapolis, IN.
The Helping Eradicate Homelessness through Opportunities, Resources and Supplies (HEHROS) Fund
This fund provides short-term resources such as toiletry supply bags, dining hall meals, transitional living expenses and shelter for students who are experiencing urgent housing, food, or financial hardship.
The Dr. Noel Eggleston Greek Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a female upperclassman and male upperclassman who are members of a sorority or fraternity and have exemplified leadership in their activities.
The Greek Program Fund
This fund supports Greek activities on campus to promote community, leadership, service and the outstanding philanthropic work of fraternities and sororities in the Radford community and beyond.