Eta Phi Chapter at Boston University

Kappa Delta

Letter to Parents

I, on behalf of the Eta Phi chapter, would like to welcome you and your daughter to Kappa Delta Sorority. We are a national organization for women committed to inspiring our members to reach their full potential. We prepare our members for community service and active leadership responsibilities; we create opportunities for lifetime involvement through innovative and responsive programs; and foster the development of our time-honored values within the context of friendship. Here at Boston University, Kappa Delta Sorority encourages each sister to reach their full potential by pursuing a life of leadership, loyalty, and confidence.

I began my Kappa Delta experience during Spring 2015 as a member of the Zeta class.  Kappa Delta has changed my life in the best way possible- I have found a group of women who are as committed to bettering themselves and our community as I am, and I have made friendships that will last a lifetime.  As the Vice President- Member Education, I am an informed and involved member who is eager to share my experiences with our newest members.

I am excited to welcome your daughter to the Greek Community, where we all work together to impact our university and community for the better. I am sure that being a part of Kappa Delta Sorority will allow your daughter to gain a myriad of skills, experiences, and friendships that will last for a lifetime.Wherever your daughter finds herself in her Greek collegiate journey, Kappa Delta wishes her the best of luck.

During the New Member period of Kappa Delta, I am the one helping your daughter understand what Kappa Delta stands for and helping her grow into a true Kappa Delta. In addition, I work to continue this education of Kappa Delta and important life skills by providing workshops and presentations to further educate our chapter.

If you have any questions about recruitment, the new member period or Kappa Delta in general, I encourage you to contact me at

Wishing all the best success to your daughters, 

Emma Joncas - Vice President of Member Education