Greek Life Spotlight: Alpha Kappa Alpha

My name is Brooklynn Farley and I am a current member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and it has honestly been the most amazing experience here at The University of Tulsa. I joined the sorority in the spring semester of 2023. I had no idea how much support, love and sisterhood I would gain from women within the community who were also a part of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. It did not matter if I knew them or not, the women of AKA in the Tulsa Graduate chapter as well as other members had my back and encouraged me through all that I did, especially with college.

I have been able to meet so many people and serve the Tulsa community and that is something I have always been inspired to do. I am a native Tulsan so being able to serve my community as well as The University of Tulsa community means so much to me. Although I am the only member of AKA on campus at this time, there are so many social events and community service events we have been able to tackle and I am forever grateful for the opportunity. We have been able to have a clothing drive to provide clothing to the Tulsa Day Center, we have been able to donate canned food to the Tulsa Blue Food Pantry and we definitely plan to do more.

Women of color founded Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated to be a service to all mankind and that is what our sorority plans to continue to do for the TU community.

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Chapter Name: Theta Xi
Colors: Salmon Pink & Apple Green
Symbols: Ivy Leaf
Flower: Pink Tea Rose
National Founding: Jan. 15, 1908, at Howard University, Washington D.C.
Local Founding: March 2, 1974
Philanthropies: Sponsors and Partners

Post Author: Brooklyn Farley