Epsilon Chapter at Louisiana State University

Kappa Delta

Our Chapter


The Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta, now home of 309 members, was founded on February 4, 1909. Kappa Delta was the first sorority installed at Louisiana State University. These past 111 years have created a legacy that lasts for more than just four years. While we share many of the same rituals and ideals of chapters around the nation, Epsilon has many unique characteristics as well.

At Epsilon we accept the national nautilus shell and teddy bear mascots, but also have one of our own, the frog. We also have an annual Shamrock project that is one of a kind. Each year for our Shamrock event we sell jambalaya along the "Wearing of the Green" St. Patrick's Day parade route. The money that we raise during this event supports two of our philanthropies, which include Prevent Child Abuse America and Baton Rouge Children's Advocacy Center. These unique features are part of what create the strong sisterhood that is found in Epsilon.