The Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Kappa was established on the campus of Western Kentucky University in 1965, making Sigma Kappa the first national sorority at WKU. Before becoming a part of Sigma Kappa, our chapter was Phi Delta Omega, a local organization. Phi Delta Omega's faculty advisor, a Sigma Kappa alumnae, wanted to help bring the amazing women of Phi Delta Omega into the mystic bond, and thanks to her hard work and dedication, and the dedication of the Phi Delta Omega officers, their dream of joining Sigma Kappa was made a reality, and Epsilon Zeta was established on January 9th, 1965.
We have always been a close-knit group of dedicated, intelligent young women, each unique in their own way. We always support each other, work hard, and take pride in all that we do, whether we're competing in Greek Week, or studying together for an exam. Since our beginning, we have kept our mission before us, providing women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our community.