Delta Nu Kappa
Opportunities, leadership, personal exploration—all of this and more is offered in the sorority of Delta Nu Kappa (DNK).
The DNK sorority was founded by alumna’s of Adrian College in 2009. Although not a national sorority, they are a sisterhood with close bonds of protection, love and connectivity. The DNK sisters are still establishing themselves, so for someone who is interested in being part of the foundation of a new organization, DNK is the place for you. “It’s a challenge,” the sisters say regarding starting a brand new sorority on campus, “but it is one worth having. It is a good journey.”
Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.—DNK Motto
Favorite charities of the sorority include the Lenawee County Humane Society and the Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee County. The girls like to volunteer at both locations.
Location: The sisterhood does not currently have a house—they convene in areas around campus.
President: Emily Bristow, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter Advisors: Valerie Palmieri, email@example.com
In order to join DNK, you must wait for formal recruitment for the other sororities on campus to finish. Afterwards, the sisterhood holds and informational party, followed by a recruitment party and a pinning ceremony.