Case Study: Beta Nu Chapter At Ohio State University

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Beta Nu Chapter at Ohio State University will receive specialized support and resources to develop a high-functioning chapter that is in alignment with the values of the Fraternity and Ohio State University.

A team of staff and volunteer experts has been identified to re-establish Beta Nu Chapter. This team — comprised of members who have expertise in establishing new chapters and working with collegiate women — will work with campus partners to support the chapter. The Extension Coordinator, with support from the volunteer Colonization and Installation Chairman, will work to coordinate the logistics and volunteer support involved in the colonization and installation process.

Additional members of the team who
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Information is focused on Kappa’s Pillars of Education — our core educational values. These include: sisterhood, leadership, intellectual development, well-being, community responsibility, human dignity, and heritage. The goals of the program are as follows:

• New members understand their stage of membership and journey within Kappa Kappa Gamma.
• Each chapter provides valuable educational opportunities for every new member. This will make her first year of membership memorable, relevant and meaningful, which will lead to stronger membership commitment.
• New members understand the Pillars of Education and how these core educational values can assist them throughout their membership in Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Beginning in fall 2017, successful completion of the New Member Experience will be required for Initiation into Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Throughout the New Member Experience, new members develop an understanding of themselves, their relationship to the chapter and the Fraternity as a whole. The required courses emphasize our Pillars of Education and include the following

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