What does the Ivy symbol for Alpha Kappa Alpha?
|Alpha Kappa Alpha|
|Flower||Pink Tea Rose|
|Publication||Ivy Leaf magazine|
Who are the 20 pearls of Alpha Kappa Alpha?
“Alpha Kappa Alpha’s Twenty Pearls”
- Original: Anna Easter Brown. Beulah Burke. Lillie Burke. Marjorie Hill. Margaret Flagg Holmes.
- Sophomores: Norma Boyd. Ethel Jones Mowbray. Alice Murray. Sarah Meriweather Nutter.
- Incorporators: Norma Boyd (Sophomore) Julia Brooks. Ethel Jones Mowbray (Sophomore) Nellie Quander.
What does Alpha Kappa Alpha colors represent?
What do AKA official colors represent? Apple green: Vitality Salmon Pink: Femininity. What is alpha kappa alpha mission? Global leadership though timeless service.
How do you get invited to AKA grad chapter?
Utilize the Chapter Locator in About AKA to locate graduate chapters and contacts 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.
How many founders AKA have?
Nine juniors and seniors who constituted the initial core group of founding members and seven sophomores who were extended an invitation for membership without initiation comprised what are acknowledged as Alpha Kappa Alpha’s original 16 founders.
Why did AKA choose pink and green?
Beulah Burke, who had studied Greek and classic symbolism, suggested the name Alpha Kappa Alpha and recommended that the colors be salmon pink and apple green. With sisterly admiration and based on Ethel’s nomination, Lucy Slowe was elected the first president of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
What does your GPA have to be to pledge AKA?
Undergraduates wishing to join Alpha Kappa Alpha must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours during the semester in which application is made. The student also must have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.