About Us

alpha Kappa Delta Phi is the first and largest, international Asian-interest sorority with 66 chapters at numerous universities across the United States and in Canada. We were first founded at the University of California, Berkeley in 1990. In the Fall of 1998, it was established at the University of Illinois Chicago. We focus on striving to achieve our five pillars: sisterhood, leadership, scholarship, service and Asian American Awareness. With almost 6,000 sisters and still growing across the country, we strive to uphold our values by giving back to the community and the university. 


Recent  Events

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June 2nd, 2022

Annual National Convention

During Memorial weekend, our sisters got the opportunity to travel to Los Angeles, California to attend the annual National Convention! They attended helpful, professional workshops held by aKDPhi and got to experience meeting sisters nationwide.

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May 20th, 2022

Graduated Seniors 

Congratulations to our Spring 2022 graduates!

#156 Nyelle "Luna" Aponte

#160 Maya "d!VERgent" Powers

#170 Brooke "H.A.runo" Nichols

#172 Annie "Rika" Tan

#176 Iris "blissé" Jia

#178 Karen "Senna" Ma

#179 Melissa "sol.i.na" Murtidjaja

#184 Tina "re♟nA" Tran

#189 Mary "Ak.U.a•MOMI" Lam

#191 Angie "hI.rIse" Sianturi

We are so proud of everything they have accomplished and will forever be grateful for the contributions they have made towards our chapter. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors!


June 16th, 2020

Black Lives Matter

Our chapter held a social media fundraiser to raise money for Assata’s Daughters. Assata’s Daughters is a Black woman-led organization that organizes young Black people in Chicago by providing them with political education, leadership development, mentorship, and revolutionary services. Through this social media fundraiser, our sister’s raised a total of $623.25 which was used to fund Assata’s Daughters programs to sustain the Movement for Black Liberation.