Kappa Phi Club (Ohio University)
Kappa Phi Club is a National Christian Sisterhood for college women that began in 1916 in Kansas. Phi Chapter at Ohio University was started in 1928 by Mary Benz and Irene Sparks. Kappa Phi has active chapters at over 25 colleges across the US.
Kappa Phi is a national, nondenominational sisterhood for university women. We foster a Christian community of faith and friendship through our four pillars of Service, Study, Sisterhood, and Worship. Weekly bible studies, sisterhood events, service projects and worship nights are all things you can look forward to with us. While we are not a panhellenic sorority, we do share some of the same aspects such as Big/Little, rush week, retreats, and national/kora councils.
Kappa Phi has chapters all over the US and once you're a member, you're a member for life! Overall, we are a group of women who support each other in both our personal lives and our individual faith journeys. Come seeking and Kappa Phi will welcome you with open arms!