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Who We Are

Kappa Phi Lambda is an Asian-interest, but not Asian-exclusive, sorority valuing sisterhood, service and cultural diversity. Our sisterhood spreads across the nation at over 30 schools with more than 3,000 sisters. The Phi Chapter here at the University of Michigan was established on April 13, 2003. As sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda, we strive for academic excellence while making a positive impact through various events we participate in and host on and off campus.

OUR PILLARS

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SISTERHOOD

Our sisterhood is a large network that spreads coast to coast, seeking to empower women and strengthen the lifelong bonds between sisters. Wherever we go, we’re always surrounded by Kappa love!

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Service

We place a heavy emphasis on giving back to the community and supporting various organizations on and off campus. Not only do we grow closer as sisters, we grow as individuals by engaging in and confronting social issues that affect the world.

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Cultural diversity

Sisters come from many different backgrounds and cultures! We strive to educate the community about our culture and also continue to learn about other cultures. Phi Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda is a member of multicultural organizations MGC and UAAO.