©2019 by UF Panhellenic Council

University of Florida Panhellenic Council
Student Activities & Involvement
Suite 3100 PO Box 118505
Gainesville, FL 32611-8505


aspire to be.

"Dream Boldly. Live Fully"

Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental

Colors: Light Blue & Dark Blue

mascot: Owl

Flower: Fleur-de-Lis

symbol: Key

founded at uf: 1978

Website: http://ufl.kappa.org/

involvement: Our chapter women are involved in various academic and service organizations around campus such as Dance Marathon, Florida Blue Key, March of Dimes, Florida Cicerones, Preview Staff, Greek Ambassadors, The Agency, Student Government, Sustainable UF and more!

#thisishome because Kappa Kappa Gamma is not only a house on campus but a loving sisterhood of women who support each other's dreams. We love each other unconditionally and we live for our genuine relationships built on our values. It truly is our home away from home and we all have formed lifelong bonds with one another. Kappa Kappa Gamma women bring out the best in each other and we strive to achieve meaningful change years after our time at UF -- whether it be in the community or within each other's lives.



Hey all!

My name is Zoe Reyes and I have the incredible honor of serving as the president of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Epsilon Phi chapter. Coming to such a large university, I was worried about finding a support system that would help me grow as an individual as I navigated through all the experiences that the University of Florida has to offer. I chose to join the Panhellenic community because I saw an opportunity to gain friendships and mentors that would help shape me in to the best version of myself. Kappa Kappa Gamma has given me my biggest supporters and the brightest people, it has given me the confidence to pursue so many involvement opportunities that initially were overwhelming and felt out of my reach.


My best memories of college thus far have been given to me by Kappa Kappa Gamma , everything from the trips I’ve taken with my sisters to the late night snack runs, but mostly importantly I have loved getting to watch the younger chapter members find the same joy that Kappa Kappa Gamma has given me. Serving as president allows me to be the voice for over 250 women as the Greek community continues to grow and adapt, it has also allowed me to get to know and work with so many people I would have never been able to cross paths with-and for that I will be eternally grateful. If you have any questions about Kappa Kappa Gamma or Panhellenic in general, I would love to talk with you!

-Zoe Reyes, Kappa Kappa Gamma President