Kappa Phi, University of North Carolina/Charlotte

About Kappa Phi Chapter

Kappa Phi was founded on March 20, 1971 at University of North Carolina/Charlotte in Charlotte, NC. We've been around 47 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 14. We currently have a total of 98 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.24! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 3991 service hours and $11423.60!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$9,031
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$16,736

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Chapter News

Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) hosts a Mother/Daughter Brunch

On March 25, 2017, the Kappa Phi Chapter hosted a Mother/Daughter Brunch.

Mothers, grandmothers and fathers came to support their daughters.

"We held a silent auction to raise money for Airband, our school's Greek dance event for Greek Weekend," said Madison White, LAMP Editor and Historian. "We had a very successful and fun time!"

Kappa Phi Chapter exemplifies leadership on University of North Carolina/Charlotte campus

The Kappa Phi Chapter is proud of the following members, exemplifying leadership on the University of North Carolina/Charlotte campus:

- Thirty eight women have been invited to join Sigma Alpha Pi, the National Society of Leadership.
- Lindsay Allyson and Mackenzie Hardin, inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha (the National Political Science Honor Society)
- Meghan McBeth, inducted into Phi Alpha Honor Society (an honorary for students in social work)
- Meg Moriarty and Elizabeth Nicole Roden, inducted into Alpha Epsilon Delta (pre-health honor society)
- Gabriela Borzachini, Madison Abrams and Morgan Walker, inducted into the Order of Omega
- Kaitlin Lewis, inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Society
- Grace Holland, inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
- Alexis Harris, inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, honorary society for students in the field of education
- Crystal Harrell; inducted into Delta Omega Honor Society in Public Health and Sigma Phi Omega Gerontology Honor Society

Kappa Phi Chapter raises $2,900 for Starkey Hearing Foundaiton

May 13, 2016

The Kappa Phi Chapter raised more than $2,900 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation, participated in Relay for Life, and hosted a Pink Goes Green Week during April.

Kappa Phi Chapter members participate in proactive fire-prevention program at University of North Carolina/Charlotte
April 5, 2016

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During March, 2016 Kappa Phi Chapter (Univeristy of North Carolina/Charlotte) hosted two academic workshops to help members succeed academically. Several members participated in Side-by-Side Room Burn,  a proactive program to help people learn what to do in case of fires in dorms (or anywhere else). The chapter proudly celebrated 45 years on the UNC-Charlotte campus!
Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) raises $3,000 for Starkey Hearing Foundation
April 8, 2016

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During February, the Kappa Phi Chapter at the University of North Carolina/Charlotte held a philanthropy event called Spaghetti for Starkey. This event raised over $ 3,000 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation.

In addition, a community service event, Valentine’s for Veterans, resulted in more than 200 cards sent to veterans in the Charlotte area.
Kappa Phi Chapter implements first campus-wide Valentines for Veterans event on University of North Carolina/Charlotte campus with great success
March 25, 2016



The Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) believes that all too often those who serve their country are forgotten. "Military men and women give their service year round to keep us safe," said Mackenzie Hardin, LAMP Editor. "Many times they are unable to be home for the holidays or important family moments."

Avery Bonifati, Kappa Phi’s Vice President of Programs, paired with the Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to bring Valentines for Veterans to the campus, a community service project that took place on February 3, 2016. Avery made nearly 300 cards for students and faculty to fill out. Within an hour and a half, all the cards were complete. The amount of support from students and faculty was overwhelming. Many people stood in line to write a Valentine’s Day card to a veteran.

Avery said, “I was trying to think [of something] unique and different that our chapter and the rest of campus has not seen yet. I thought since Valentine's Day was right about the corner that this would be a great opportunity to do something extra nice for our veterans and show that they are appreciated every day of the year! Doing this event with the ROTC was exciting, and we are the first fraternal organization to partner with the ROTC on such a project." The valentines were delivered to a local veteran’s shelter in Charlotte, North Carolina. Avery continues to work to expand Greek programs around campus and to educate non-Greeks about the value of fraternal organizations.

As the Vice President of Programs, Avery has a passion for helping her chapter grow. Goal-oriented, she “wants to bring many great events about current issues that relate to every sister in our chapter, to educate them on so many different issues and conflicts that can affect us in the post-grad life.”
Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) alumnae enjoy reunion
January 7, 2016

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Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) alumnae from the 1970s enjoyed a a recent weekend in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. "So much love, laughter, support and memories -- old and new!" said Sheila Swygert McCoy.
Kappa Phi Chapter raises $6,000 for Hike for Hearing; members inducted into honor societies
January 7, 2016

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The Kappa Phi Chapter was proud of members Sara Sibley, inducted into the Sociology Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Delta, and Rachel Cucinotta, inducted into the Meteorology Honor Society, Chi Epsilon Pi. The Kappa Phi Chapter reached its goal of $6,000 for Hike for Hearing to benefit Starkey Hearing Foundation.
Kappa Phi Chapter (University of North Carolina/Charlotte) hosts Founders Day and Hike For Hearing events
November 2, 2015

The Kappa Phi Chapter hosted its first Hike For Hearing on October 25, 2015 on walking trails on the University of North Carolina/Charlotte campus. One hundred and sixty-five people participated, including members, new members, friends and family.

"As of November 1, 2015, our chapter total was at $5,945 and that amount is still growing," says Katherine Cassidy, Historian. "The sisters of Kappa Phi loved spending time with one another and raising money for our philanthropy!"

The Kappa Phi Chapter also held Founders Day dinner on October 25, 2015, with 275 people in attendance, including family, friends and alumnae. An awards ceremony followed dinner. Award recipients included Melanie Smith, President; Catherine Cook, Vice President of New Member Education; Andrea Gladd, Philanthropy Chairman; Meghan McBeth, Secretary; Christine Sorensen, Vice President of Programs; Sarah Fremin and Katherine Cassidy, Historian.

"The Founders Day ceremony is one that our chapter enjoys each and every year and we are so thankful to celebrate the women who founded our Sorority in 1902," says Katherine.