What are the requirements to be an AKA?
- Completion of at least a baccalaureate degree with a cumulative average of at least C+ or a graduate degree from an accredited senior college/university;
- Motivation and ability to promote and extend the policies and programs of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
How long does it take to become an AKA?
It’s a Time-Consuming Process
Though it varies from organization to organization, you will be on line anywhere from one to three months (and chances are, you will eat, sleep and breathe your soon-to-be sorority that semester).
How much does it cost to be an AKA?
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, & Zeta Phi Beta: Historically Black sororities do not publish their financial information however the average intake fee is $850 and the average active member dues are $200.
Is there an age limit to pledge aka?
There isn’t an age limit, so long as you have not completed a bachelor’s you are eligible to be considered for membership.
What are AKA sorority colors?
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- Nickname: AKA’s. Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green.
- Flower: Pink Tea Rose.
- Chapter: Kappa Rho.
- Founded Nationally: January 15, 1908 at Howard University, Washington, DC.
- Chartered Locally: May 1, 1976.
How long is AKA rush?
Rush begins the undergrad membership process. It lasts about 4 days, with each day sporting a different focus. If you don’t attend Rush, you’re ineligible for AKA consideration.
What do the 20 pearls mean for AKA?
The 20 pearls indicate the nine original founders, seven sophomores who were invited a month later and four women who incorporated the sorority and expanded its influence on college campuses. Four incorporators moved the organization forward in 1911 when Nellie Quander was elected president of the sorority.
What does the pink and green mean in AKA?
What do AKA official colors represent? Apple green: Vitality Salmon Pink: Femininity.
How do you get invited to aka grad chapter?
How do you get invited to aka grad chapter? Utilize the Chapter Locator in About AKA to locate graduate chapters in or near your community. The Graduate Membership Intake Process (MIP) begins with a Letter of Invitation, signed by the graduate chapter president AND membership chairman on chapter stationery.