Welcome to the Kappa Kappa Gamma Tuscaloosa Alumnae Association website.
Are you new to the Tuscaloosa area? Are you a recent graduate wanting to stay connected with Kappa?
We'd love for you to contact us!
We all make this proclaimation to our fraternity early on in our college years but what does that pledge mean after graduation and the many years after the fact?
Look back to those early days of your life as a Kappa sister and renew your bonds by joining the alumnae membership. There are activities for all levels of involvement from happy hours to philanthropic endeavors, random coffee times with sisters in your neighborhood, volunteer activities, and opportunities to help the newest sisters at the University of Alabama.
On the website and in this fall's newsletter as well as those proceeding, you will not only hear about what activities we have officially organized as a group or what we have in the works, but also personal stories from our alumnae sisters and how Kappa continues to make a lifelong impact on each of them.
We hope you join us throughout the year at events, as a dues paying member you will:
Have access to the password protected pages on our website
Receive invitations to events
Receive our newsletter throughout the year
Receive the membership directory
Have the opportunity to serve on Advisory Board or House Board for the local chapter --University of Alabama (Gamma Pi)
Continue your Kappa bonds through membership in the Tuscaloosa Alumnae Association - you'll be glad you joined!
If you would like to register to see members-only content, click on "Sign Up" next to the login fields at the bottom of any page. You will be requested to create a username and password. Your username should be your e-mail address. Once you have registered you will receive an email that will give you a password to access the members only content.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Mission Statement
Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles.