Kappa Zeta Phi
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The Beta Chapter of Kappa Zeta Phi Sorority at the University of California, Irvine, was colonized by five Founding Members on November 1, 1989. Ten Charter Members joined these five Founding Members and through their friendship, leadership, and vision, the formation of a new Asian-American Sorority was established at the UC Irvine campus. By working closely with the CSULA Kappa Zeta Phi, Alpha Chapter and through their understanding, support, and dedication, we were able to build strong bonds of friendship and sisterhood. Thus, the Kappa Zeta Phi, Beta Chapter Charter was bestowed upon the UC Irvine Charter Class on January 13, 1990.
Kappa Zeta Phi membership is open to all female students here at UC Irvine who are willing to learn and grow with us. We are centered around the qualities of education, leadership, responsibility, and sisterhood among our members. Throughout the year, our sorority participates in functions which include charitable, fundraising, and social activities in conjunction with UC Irvine and the outstanding community.
As our sorority increases in number we find ourselves facing new challenges. By working together as a sorority and through sisterhood, we will overcome all obstacles and strive forward to forever continue our pursuit of excellence.
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