Kappa Mu, Shepherd University

About Kappa Mu Chapter

Kappa Mu was founded on February 2, 1973 at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV. We've been around 45 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 4. We currently have a total of 32 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.13!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$1,276
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$3,581

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Chapter News

Kappa Mu President, Alyssa Roush, named It’s On Us Campus Organizer & Buddy Project Campus Rep

For the 2018 Inaugural Greek Day of Action, President Alyssa Roush organized and lead Kappa Mu’s vision wall and It’s On Us pledge event. When It’s On Us applications were released, Alyssa applied to be a Campus Organizer and pursue her passion to change the campus culture around consent and sexual assault. Alyssa has since been named Campus Organizer of Shepherd University’s first It’s On Us chapter.

In addition to her It’s On Us role, Alyssa was also named a Buddy Project Campus Rep. She will be advocating and raising awareness about mental health and suicide prevention on Shepherd University’s campus in addition to sexual assault and consent.

Singer/Songwriter Lucia Valentine performs in Shepherdstown, WV

Singer/songwriter Lucia Valentine performed locally at Shepherdstown, West Virginia’s Shepherdstown Street Fest. Lucia was featured in the Hallmark Channel film "Once Upon a Prince" on April 7. The song “Magic" is from her debut, self-titled album. When the film premiered, Valentine hosted a watch party with her friends. “It felt a little bit surreal,” she said. “I felt very proud and honored that they picked my song.” Valentine is working on her second album and has a tour coming up this summer. You can hear more from Lucia on her website luciavalentine.com.

Dominican Republic Mission Trip

Angel DeHaven has gone above and beyond with her service activities and recently returned from traveling to the Dominican Republic for a mission trip. This was her fifth mission trip to the Dominican Republic. While there, she helped teach children at a vacation bible school, painted the roof of dorms, painted a basketball court, cleaned up the camp, helped prepare meals for citizens, put together a clothing drive for the community, put down a floor for a church, and much more! Thank you, Angel, for being a true global citizen and giving graciously in all that you do.

Kappa Mu's 45th Anniversary

Delta Zeta Kappa Mu celebrated 45 wonderful years together this February. President, Alyssa Roush, and Academic Advisor (and Kappa Mu alumnae), Barbara Kandalis together organized a celebration event that brought alumnae and active members of the Kappa Mu chapter together to share stories, songs, memories, and laughter.

Jenn Dickey, Kappa Mu collegian from Shepherd Univ., attends first United State of White House Women

Jenn Dickey, a collegiate member of the Kappa Mu Chapter at Shepherd University, attended the first United State of White House Women on Tuesday, June 14, 2016.

The White House Council on Women and Girls, together with the Department of State, the Department of Labor, the Aspen Institute and Civic Nation, convened the first United State of Women Summit, a large-scale effort to rally together advocates of gender equality to highlight what women have achieved, identify the challenges that remain, and chart the course for addressing them. Experts, advocates, and grassroots and business leaders who work in both domestic and international arenas gathered to highlight key issues affecting women and girls and best practices to carry on into the future.

Jenn was invited by First Lady Michelle Obama's staff after a nomination from a fellow Shepherd University student. She spent the day with other women who believe in empowering women and standing up for women's rights. 

"I was a part of something much bigger than myself," Jenn said of the experience, "spending the day with influences such as Amy Poehler, Oprah Winfrey, Barak Obama, Mariska Hargitay, Connie Britton and many more!"

Kappa Mu Chapter named Greek Chapter of the Year at Shepherd University

May 24, 2016

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The Kappa Mu Chapter received Greek Chapter of the Year at Shepherd University's Greek Banquet, given for excellence in programming, recruitment, scholarship and leadership. Throughout the
2015-2016 school year, Kappa Mu planned and implemented two successful philanthropy events which involved other Greek organizations and campus staff that not only raised money for speech and hearing, but educated the campus and community about their mission.

Kappa Mu had outstanding programming promotion of anti-hazing this past February that reached various parts of campus through their multiple efforts to promote the anti-hazing message.

The chapter has a strong emphasis in promoting its first priority, academic achievement, which is done through various programming events and  incentive activities in the chapter. "Their dedication shows through by holding the highest GPA of the sororities on campus and exceeding the all-women’s average," said the Office of Greek Affairs.