Sigma Pi Chapter at Albion College

Kappa Delta

Our Recruitment

Spring Recruitment 2018!

Recruitment 2017 was an incredibly successful year for Kappa Delta at Albion College! With 17 new members, KD is growing stronger than ever. We had such an amazing week and a great time. Can't wait for next year!

Spring Recruitment 2018!

Albion College's formal recruitment doesn't take place until second semester, giving students a chance to adjust to college before jumping into Greek Life. Formal Recruitment occurs after Winter Break. But don't worry, they have plenty of time to prepare for this fun-filled weekend!

At Albion, Formal Recruitment consists of a weekend with three rounds. The first round is on Friday night and focuses on introducing the house to potential new members. The second round, on Saturday, is all about our philanthropy. The third round, on Sunday, focuses on sisterhood and the deep bonds we form with each other. The weekend concludes with Bid Night on Sunday where we welcome our wonderful new members!

Contact Panhellenic Council of Albion College for more information! 

Myths About Joining a House

Myth: You will be hazed as a new member. 
"I can honestly say I have never experienced any variation of hazing during my time in the chapter. We do not condone hazing under any circumstance. Not on Albion's campus. Not at the national level. KayDee focusing on building confidence in ourselves and others, and there is no place for hazing in that mission." -Sister Wendi Wang​

Myth: All sororities do is party. 
"Sororities are like any other group of people. We love hanging out, and everyone has a different idea of what is fun. Sometimes our idea of partying is watching movies and eating too much ice cream." -Sister Elaina Braunschweig 

Myth: A sorority is only for your 4 years in college. 

Myth: You need to click with every single girl in the house. 
"At a small school like Albion, you are able to meet a lot of people in a variety of ways. Joining a sorority is one way to meet people that have similar interests as you, but there are so many differences as well that will open your mind and help your grow." -Sister Katherine York

Myth: You can only be friends with your sisters.
"False! This is crazy false! As much as I enjoy all my sisters, some of my closest friends are in other sororities! My friends since freshman year ended up joining other houses. My current roommate is in another house! I love my sisters and my other friends, and it makes me happy knowing that we all love each other despite the homes we found!" -Sister Sadie Burghdoff​