Delta Kappa Chapter

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The Delta Kappa Chapter (Founded December 3, 1999) is located at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. The Chapter was founded by Gamma Phi (University of Oklahoma) alumnus John Butenschoen and is a member of the Lonestar Region. The other founding members were Bart D. Orren, Alecia Breanne Hess, Racheal S. Miller, Elizabeth Masters, Kimberly Leann Cocherell, Lauren C. Gall, Laurie A. Cmerck, and Nealia Frazee.

Delta Kappa Chapter, Spring 2017, Alpha Kappa Class Induction


Chapter History

Early Years

The Active Chapter

The Delta Kappa chapter is constantly growing and expanding its involvement on campus and in the Community.The current officers and committee heads are:

Executive Board

Committee Chairs

Active Brothers

Inactive Brothers

Honorary Brothers

Past Chapter Presidents

Awards

Danny Williams, Michelle Rodgers, President Jonah Goodman, Marjolyn Varano, and Dedran Dawn with the Sanders P. McComsey Most Improved Old Chapter Award in August 2009

Initiate Classes

Chapter Events & Activities

Founder's Weekend

Delta Kappa Chapter celebrated its 10 year anniversary December 2009!

Mummy wrap contest with the initiates at Bid Day Spring 2012

Recruitment Events

Delta Kappa hosts a variety of events during their Recruitment week. Events range from Games nights to bowling and also some scholarship events such as dancing. Delta Kappa Chapter has also becoming famous on campus for creating the Frisbee-Football-Soccer or FFS. Delta Kappa has also introduced a new recruitment event called Get to REALLY Know the Bros to motivate interaction through ice breakers and get-to-know-you games.

Brothers and initiates getting their hands dirty

Scholarship, Social, and Service Events

Regular Delta Kappa events focus around three main committees: Scholarship, Service and Social. Scholarship events include simple get-togethers to watch documentaries and discussions, dance workshops, visiting museums, seeing musicals and even kick-boxing classes. Service events range from building a shack for the Habitat For Humanity Shack-a-Thon, cleaning our campus, Adopt-a-Spot to helping with recruitment for Teach For America. The service committee has also created the Recycle Your Ass Off event in order to pick up items on campus that were not recycled. Social Events have been bowling nights, tailgating at UNT football games, Pumpkin Carving parties, and Brotherhood Retreats.

Brothers building our shack at Shack-a-Thon Spring 2009

Notable Alumni

Founding Member
Technology Skills and Regional Conference 2012
Chapter Service Key Recipient, Recruitment Advisor.
Chapter Service Key Recipient, Chapter President, and fellowship enthusiast.
Chapter Service Key Recipient,ICR Delegate, and racquetball prince.
Most Active Brother for Spring 2013 and Fall 2014, former Parliamentarian, Brother-at-Large, VP, ABC chair, and fundraising chair.
Chapter Service Key Recipient, former Recruitment Advisor and brother-at-Large

Further Resources

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