|Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908. It is the oldest Greek-lettered organization established by African-American college-educated women. The Upsilon Mu chapter was chartered at UConn on April 10, 2022.|
Message from the Chapter President
|It is my sincere honor to serve as the 1st President of the newly chartered Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority Incorporated®, Upsilon Mu Chapter. The Oh So Pretty Upsilon Mu Chapter was
chartered on April 10th, 2022, in Storrs, CT.We will serve as a beacon of light on the UConn campus and local communities as we execute
the mission and vision of our beloved sisterhood. Our current international program theme is
Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service, which includes five target areas: HBCU
for Life: A Call to Action, Women’s Healthcare, and Wellness, Building Your Economic Legacy,
The Arts, and Global Impact. Our signature program #CAPSM (College Admissions Process)
was designed to assist high school juniors and seniors in their efforts to enter college.
We encourage you to stay connected for updates regarding fundraising and upcoming events!
President: Makayla Dawkins
Expectations of Excellence Standings
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. established at UConn in Spring 2022. At this time, they do not have an EOE status.
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Updated: May 20, 2022
|Year Established at UConn:||2022|
|Chapter Name:||Upsilon Mu|
|Colors:||Salmon Pink and Apple Green|
|Philanthropy:||Women's Healthcare and Wellness|
|Motto:||"By Culture and By Merit"|
Interested in Alpha Kappa Alpha?
All interested in joining a fraternity or a sorority at UConn must complete The First Step: An Orientation for Potential New Members and pass the quiz with a score of 20. Once you have completed the orientation, we encourage you to reach out to the chapter to find out more information about membership.
Organizational Conduct History
No findings of responsibility.