What is Kappa Zeta Phi?
Kappa Zeta Phi, founded in the year 1960, is the first Asian- American Interest Sorority on campus. Being the first of the Tri Kappa Zeta Phi sisterhood, we are recognized as Alpha Chapter, with our Beta Chapter chartered in Irvine and our Gamma Chapter chartered in San Diego. Kappa Zeta Phi is both a service and a social sorority, meaning we participate in many philanthropy events throughout the year as well as attend numerous social gatherings. The purpose of our sorority is to help young women gain a better college experience, as well as to allow woman the chance to find lasting friendship and sisterhood.
LA Kappa Zeta Phi otherwise known as "LA Kappas" is also an open sorority that is apart of the Southern California Asian Greek Council. Being an open sorority means that we are able to accept girls attending any four- year university as well as junior colleges. This allows our sisters the benefit of meeting girls from all over Southern California rather than just on our chartered campus. Also, being a part of AGC provides Kappa sisters with the chance of getting to build connections with organizations from all over Southern California.