KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
aspire to be.
"Dream Boldly. Live Fully"
charity: Reading is Fundamental
Philanthropy: Kappa Kickball Tournament
Colors: Light Blue & Dark Blue
founded at uf: 1978
involvement: Off-campus, all of our chapter women spend time volunteering at J.J Finley Elementary School, a local school in Gainesville, to promote children’s literacy. On-campus, Kappas are involved in various academic and service organizations such as Dance Marathon, Florida Cicerones, Florida Blue Key, March of Dimes, Preview Staff, Student Government, Pre-Professional Service Organization (PSO), Litigators, and more! Also, some of our members founded the organization “Warrington Goes Green” this past year, which earned the award for UF Heavener’s New Student Org of the Year.
#leanonme because there’s nothing stronger than a sisterhood like ours. In the worst of times and the best of times, these are the girls who will stand by you for life. Whether it’s a helping hand right here in Gainesville, or a facetime call from across the country, friends like these know how to turn your tears into laughter. This sisterhood is here to lift you up and cheer you on, and with friendships like these, every member has the option to not only #LeanOnMe but lean on us.
My name is Brooke and I am so excited and honored to serve as the President of Kappa Kappa Gamma. As you search for your place and people on campus, I wish you the best of luck and hope that you will land somewhere that gives you the same sense of belonging that I have found in my own chapter.
The most incredible part of recruitment is getting a glimpse into all of the opportunities that await you here at the University of Florida. I was always looking for a place that would make me a better, more well-rounded person. It is clear to me now that even with those intentions, I truly underestimated the impact that Kappa would have on who I am today. Here, I have found familiarity, constancy, and loyalty. I have found an amazing group of talented, passionate, fun-loving women that I could not live without. It is these people who have turned a large school into a close-knit family, a living room into my favorite place in the whole world, and a sorority into a second home that often feels more like my first.
To the girl who knows exactly what they want to do in their time at the University of Florida, and to the girl who has no idea: you will never regret trusting your gut or taking a chance. It is from these key moments that I have found a sisterhood, a support system, and a home.
-Brooke Brennan, Kappa Kappa Gamma President