Bio

The Eta Omicron chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Northeastern University on March 27, 2010. With over 100 incredible women, the Eta Omicron chapter prides itself on their commitment to their values and sisterhood. Kappa Kappa Gamma is a women's organization thriving on tradition, leadership, academics, and friendship. From participating in philanthropies to fun sisterhood activities, sorority life provides an opportunity to flourish and grow. 


Fast Facts

National Philanthropy
Reading is Fundamental

Local Philanthropy
Christopher's Haven

Philanthropy Events
Kappa Kickoff, Lip Sync for Life


Kappa Kappa Gamma has made Northeastern a home. Whenever anyone asks me about school I end up telling them all about how amazing my sisters are. Kappa Kappa Gamma has helped me grow as a student, a leader, and a friend. I am thankful every day for the experiences and opportunities Kappa has given me and I can’t imagine college without it!
— Christy Murphy
My favorite part about Kappa Kappa Gamma is being a part of a sisterhood where people constantly go out of their way to support each other. Whether it be bringing soup to someone who’s sick, saving a table in snell library, or going to a sister’s dance recital, I know that when I need help or someone to talk to any sister is only a phone call away.
— Savannah Knisley