Upcoming Events:

   Check out our rush page for news about this semester's recruitment schedule! :)


Welcome to the Virginia Tech alpha Kappa Delta Phi website. By browsing through our site, you will learn more information about our chapter of akdphi, our sisters, and what it means to be an akdphi. alpha Kappa Delta Phi is currently the largest Asian American interest sorority in the country and we have now gone international. We hold firmly to the ideals of sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, service, and asian awareness.

We hope our website will give you a glimpse of alpha Kappa Delta Phi and the unlimited advantages of being a sister. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of us and we will gladly answer. Our contact information is listed in the contact section of the website.

The sisters of Virginia Tech alpha Kappa Delta Phi


RUSH aKDPhi! Find out more in our Rush Section.


*This fall, alpha Kappa Delta Phi donated over $77,438.84 to Avon Breast Cancer Crusade. We would like to thank all of our chapters nationwide for contributing to this great cause. Good work sisters!


*Congratulations to our March Sister of the Month, Jenny *peepZ* Wang! Here's a little about our beautiful sister!

Name: Jenny Wang

Major: Psychology with a Business minor

Year: Junior

Position: Vice President Internal

Hometown: Richmond, VA

What are your plans after college? Still to be determined

What's your best memory with aKDPhi? Hanging out with sisters spontaneously, eating adventures, having fun.

What other extracurricular activities are you involved with? MGC Expansion Committee

What is one thing about you that no one would know about? I like to shop alone when I'm stressed out haha.

Describe one of your proudest moments: Being at installs, finally truly understanding that I had joined the best sisterhood ever and that this really is my place to be in college. And seeing everyone there for me and my line sister, congratulating us

What is one advice you'd like to give to other sisters? Sisterhood is not always easy, it shouldn't be. We are family, and which family doesn't have its hardships? But it's getting over those hardships and letting sisters help you with your personal problems and understanding each other that builds the bond of sisterhood.

Favorite quote? "Keep your heels, head, and standards high."

*Congratulations to our Fall Class - the Tic-Tac-Taus!