Kappa Delta Sorority 2014
Kappa Delta Sorority welcomes all women to be a part of our organization provided they meet our high standards in the areas of character, academics and leadership potential.
Kappa Delta Sorority Policy on Alcohol
Delta Sorority’s National Council has developed this policy on alcohol for our
chapters to protect the sorority and its members and guests from the risks
associated with the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Kappa Delta chapters must operate in a manner that is consistent with
university, local, state and federal laws and policies concerning the serving
and consumption of alcohol. Each chapter shall provide its members/new members
with the appropriate university alcohol policy and Interfraternity
Council/Panhellenic Council alcohol policy. Each chapter shall provide
information to its members/new members regarding alcohol consumption and the
laws of the state in which the university is located.
planning to consume alcohol at a Kappa Delta-sponsored or co-sponsored event
must present legal, valid identification. No alcohol shall be present at any
co-sponsored function or event held in a men’s fraternity facility. Alcohol can
only be served at a co-sponsored function held at a third-party vendor
alcohol shall be present at any new member program or activity of the chapter. All
membership recruitment programs and functions that deal with the membership
recruitment of new members will be completely dry.
who arrives at a function already intoxicated will be denied entry into the
chapter members/new members, collectively or individually, shall purchase for,
serve to or sell alcoholic beverages to minors at Kappa Delta functions. Members
who provide alcohol to minors will be subject to disciplinary procedures. Minors
observed drinking alcoholic beverages must be asked to refrain. Their refusal
to cooperate will result in their eviction from the function. These underage
members of Kappa Delta will also be subject to disciplinary actions.
alcohol will be dispensed at a sorority-sanctioned function except by a
designated person over 21 years of age who is not a member of Kappa Delta and
who has not and will not consume alcohol before or during the event.
shall be no possession of any alcoholic beverages in any Kappa Delta house,
lodge, apartment, suite or room or on any property designated or recognized as
Kappa Delta property, regardless of ownership of the property.
chapter of Kappa Delta may purchase alcoholic beverages with sorority funds,
nor may anyone in the name of or on behalf of the chapter coordinate the
collection of any funds for such purchase. This includes the purchase of kegs,
party balls and other bulk quantities of alcoholic beverages. In addition, no
alcohol may be served from common source containers (kegs, party balls or other
bulk containers) at chapter events unless operated by a licensed third-party
sale of alcoholic beverages by any chapter of Kappa Delta is strictly
forbidden. No chapter of Kappa Delta shall participate in any activity or
action that creates the impression that the chapter is selling alcohol. Examples
include, but are not limited to, charging admission to parties, passing the
hat, selling drink tickets, selling empty cups, having vending machines that dispense
alcoholic beverages or by using any other direct or indirect means of
collecting monies from persons attending chapter functions.
chapter hosts no “open” parties (social functions). Individual non-members
attending a chapter function do so only by specific written or approved verbal
invitation of chapter members who assume responsibility for the welfare of said
guests and any damage caused by those guests. A list of individuals' names will
be maintained and monitored at the door or entry to the function. Guests and
hosts attendance lists are maintained on file after the function.
tap system and/or a keg is present at a chapter function unless the tap system
and/or keg is part of a cash bar operated by a licensed and insured third-party
Delta chapters are prohibited from holding philanthropic events and/or
fundraisers in bars or in conjunction with any alcoholic beverage company,
manufacturer, distributor or retailer. No philanthropy event or fundraiser may
include alcohol, even if served legally per Kappa Delta guidelines.
is important to understand that Kappa Delta may be considered a “sponsoring
organization” or a "co-sponsoring organization" of an event simply
because of the number of Kappa Delta members taking part in the activity. Consequently,
the Kappa Delta Policy on Alcohol must be followed if there is a substantial
number of sorority members (defined as members and new members) at the event.
the event is held at a men’s fraternity facility, the event must be
alcohol-free. If the event is held at a third-party location, the Kappa Delta
Policy on Alcohol applies to any activity which is implicitly or explicitly
sponsored by Kappa Delta. All functions must be by invitation only; there shall
be no “open” parties.
Delta chapters are prohibited from co-sponsoring an event in which alcohol is
served or is present at a men’s fraternity facility.
an event is held at a third-party vendor location, Kappa Delta chapters are
prohibited from co- sponsoring a function with an alcohol distributor or tavern
where alcohol is given away, sold or otherwise provided to those present. The
chapter shall not co-sponsor or co-finance a function where alcohol is
purchased by any host chapters, groups or organizations. Any function co-sponsored
or co-financed with any chapters, groups or organizations held at a third-party
vendor location, where alcohol is legally present, must meet the following
- The function is co-hosted with not more than
one other chapter, group, or organization, unless special permission is
obtained from the CSC/CS/SA.
- All hosts have a liability insurance policy
with a minimum of $1 million basic coverage;
- The function is in compliance with all
- All non-member guests are pre-approved by the
- Guests and hosts lists are completed and
posted prior to the function and maintained on file by the vice
president-standards for four years; chapter must indicate attendance or
nonattendance of members and guests at function;
- Each host has equal representation of sober
monitors during the function.
Delta chapters are prohibited from engaging in the promotion of parties with
alcohol or alcohol-related themes as the focus for such parties. Themes should
be in good taste and not reflect poorly on KD.
chapter member shall permit, tolerate, encourage or participate in “drinking
games” at any chapter function.
Types and amounts of alcohol
liquor (above 50 proof) is prohibited from all Kappa Delta parties, including
parties co-sponsored with other sororities or fraternities, except those taking
place at outside locations at which alcohol is served via a cash bar. Alcohol
shall not be served to any person who is visibly intoxicated. The Kappa Delta
chapter shall determine prior to a function what types of beverages will be
allowed at the event. However, alcohol is only allowed in the manufacturer’s
single-serving containers. Non-alcoholic beverages and food must be served as
well and must be available throughout the entire party. Beverages in glass
containers, while not strictly prohibited, should be avoided if possible.
safety and well-being of Kappa Delta members is of utmost priority. To ensure
that all Kappa Deltas have a safe and enjoyable experience, the following risk
management and risk avoidance policies are in effect.
Third-party commercial transportation (i.e., licensed and
insured chartered buses, taxis, limo service, or university-sanctioned and
staffed transportation programs) must be provided in accordance with the
Events. If the chapter event is held more than 60
minutes or 60 miles, whichever is less, from the college campus, whether or not
alcoholic beverages will be served. This includes, but is not limited to,
chapter/council/new member retreats, sisterhood events, recruitment workshops,
etc. This does not apply to nationally sponsored events such as State Days, NCTA,
National Convention, extension presentations, colonizations or installations or
any National Panhellenic Conference event.
Functions. If alcoholic beverages are served at a Kappa
Delta-sponsored date function (and date functions where Kappa Delta co-sponsors
the function with another sorority) such as a date party, formal, grab-a-date,
crush party, match party, etc., regardless of location. Third-party commercial
transportation is the preferred method of transportation, but in the absence of
that, Kappa Delta designated drivers or walkers must be used.
- Mixers. If
the mixer (“social,” “function,” “exchange,” “party,” “two-way,” whatever the
terminology is on your campus) is co-sponsored with another campus organization
and it is close to campus, designated drivers/walkers must be used, but it doesn’t
have to be chartered buses. University-sanctioned and staffed transportation is
the preferred method of transportation, but in absence of that, Kappa Delta
designated drivers or walkers must be used.
Other Events. If the event doesn’t appear to fall into any
of these categories, you must not assume it is approved. Please contact the
chapter CSC/CS/SA for permission and clarification on how this policy applies
to your event.
Guidelines for all transportation
may not be consumed by anyone (members and their guests) on the provided
transportation, regardless of age.
the provided transportation returns members to a centralized location, that is
some distance from the residence areas, a safe means of transportation from the
drop-off site should be utilized. The chapter may hire taxis or use designated
drivers/walkers to provide this service.
stated above, third-party licensed and insured safe transportation is the
it is recognized that this is not always readily available in a certain
location, nor a reasonable or cost-effective means of transportation for all
chapter functions. If third-party transportation is not required by the above
policy, then the following guidelines should be applied:
Designated drivers must be Kappa Deltas or
members of the co-sponsoring organization who do not drink alcohol before,
during or after the event and who do not allow alcohol in the vehicles used for
- The vehicle will have seatbelts for each
passenger, and the driver will require each vehicle occupant to use seatbelts.
- Designated drivers must have a current and
valid unrestricted driver’s license and insurance.
- Designated drivers cannot receive monetary
compensation, but can receive nonmonetary incentives such as points, excuses,
- Designated drivers can be used for Kappa
Delta-sponsored or co-sponsored functions only.
- Designated drivers can receive reimbursement
for gasoline expenses.
- Designated drivers cannot be a specific group
of people being singled out (i.e., new members only, only members under 21,
sophomores only, etc.). Drivers need to be volunteers or selected by a random
- Drivers understand that they have undertaken
additional personal liability for accepting this role as the designated driver.
- Kappa Delta expressly prohibits the use of “Sober
Sister,” “Designated Driver,” or similar-type programs for any non-Kappa Delta
related social activities. No Kappa Delta member or new member, voluntarily or
involuntarily, shall be asked, volunteer and/or be required to “sit by the
phone,” or otherwise be “on call” to pick up Kappa Delta members and/or their
guests while in attendance at any personal or non-Kappa Delta social function
(i.e., local clubs/establishments, private parties, fraternity events,
philanthropy events, etc.).
- Members and new members may not participate
in university or student organization-sponsored designated driver programs in which
their participation is required by virtue of their Kappa Delta membership
(i.e., Panhellenic, Greek Council, GAMMA, BACCHUS, etc). If individual members
choose to participate in designated driver activities on their own accord, such
participation cannot be forced, coerced, persuaded or required. Participation
in such university-sponsored and/or approved programs is the personal choice
and liability of the individual member and cannot be attributed to Kappa Delta
Sorority and/or the local chapter.
- The designated walker will not consume
alcohol or illegal substances on the day she serves as a designated walker (at
least 12 hours prior to her shift and during her shift).
- The chapter members will obey all state,
local and university laws as to where they may walk and as to walking with open
containers of alcohol.
- The chapter members will walk on well-lit,
- There needs to be an acceptable designated
walker/member ratio pre-determined by the chapter.
- Walkers understand that they have undertaken
additional personal liability for accepting this role as the designated walker.
- The walker must have another sober walker
with her at all times.
Entrance IDs, wristbands and the bar
- The Entrance
will only be one entrance to a party. The entrance to the party shall serve two
purposes: (1) to make sure all persons entering the party are either a member
of Kappa Delta Sorority or on the guest list and (2) to check identification of
individuals entering the party. At least one Kappa Delta officer must be at the
entrance at all times. If the party
involves another sponsoring organization that organization must provide a list
of its active membership and guests and that list must be available at the
entrance to the party. The guest and host list should be maintained on file by
the vice president-standards for four years.
persons shall have their IDs checked at the entrance to the party. Either a
valid driver’s license or two other picture IDs shall be considered sufficient
will be placed on individuals wrists at the entrance to the party and will only
be issued to those of legal drinking age. No one will be permitted to possess
or obtain any alcoholic beverages without wearing a wristband. A list of all
those receiving wristbands and a separate list for those who are underage must
be completed and maintained on file by the vice president-standards for four
years after the function.
- The Bar
is to be a single bar area with designated servers who are of legal drinking
age, are not Kappa Delta members, and are not consuming alcohol. No alcohol may
be distributed from any other area of the facility. Designated servers will not
continue to serve any persons who are visibly intoxicated.
Procedures for BYOB parties
a person of legal drinking age with alcohol has entered the party and obtained
a wristband, she will immediately take her alcohol to the bar and exchange it
for the proper amount and type of tickets (e.g., four beers for four tickets
designated for that brand of beer). A person may only receive a beverage from
the designated server (see above regarding qualifications for servers) in exchange
for a ticket and may only receive one beverage at a time. Kappa Delta members
must be responsible for monitoring the party to make sure that no one is
drinking without a wristband, that no person is in possession of more than one
beverage at a time, and that no one who is visibly intoxicated is being served.
All non-alcoholic beverages must be in a can or bottle. There shall be no non-alcoholic
beverages served from a punch bowl, pitcher or any type of open container at
any BYOB party.
the laws of the state in which the event is to be held permit a cash bar
without requiring that the sponsoring organization hold a liquor license, a
cash bar is the preferred option.
parties shall have a designated ending time. The bar will be closed no later
than one (1) hour prior to the end of the event. All drinking will cease, and
no persons may remove their beverages from the bar after the designated ending
Security and sober monitors
security services shall be hired to enforce and maintain decorum at all events.
personnel shall be given a copy of the Kappa Delta alcohol policy and requested
to enforce it.
will provide sober monitors at Kappa Delta-sponsored and co-sponsored events
with alcohol. The chapter should designate an appropriate number of monitors
for the event size. If the event is co-sponsored, each host will have equal
representation of sober monitors during the event. It will be the duty of the
sober monitors to oversee that all Kappa Delta policies and procedures for
events are followed throughout the event. Therefore, monitors are not allowed
to consume any alcohol prior to, during the event and/or shift, if a rotation
system is used. Monitors should be upperclassmen whenever possible, and all
monitors shall receive training in their duties by the chapter risk management
committee. See the current Risk Management Manual for a list of duties and
guidelines for sober monitors.
it is economically and logistically feasible, the area where any alcohol is
served should be separate from the room where the event is taking place.
the event of any discrepancies between the Kappa Delta alcohol policy and
university, city, state or federal laws or policies, the latter laws or
policies will control, unless Kappa Delta rules and policies are more
stringent, in which case Kappa Delta rules will prevail.
Delta does not condone hazing of any kind in any of her
collegiate chapters. Kappa Delta is concerned about the human dignity and
well-being of her new members and frowns upon any activity that is degrading.
Kappa Delta does not permit immature action in new-member activities.
Kappa Delta does
not countenance anything unkind or any display of an undignified nature, either
on campus or within her household.
Hazing is defined as any activity,
action taken or situation created, whether on or off sorority premises, that
has the reasonable potential to produce mental, emotional or physical
discomfort; embarrassment; harassment; or ridicule. Such action need not be
maliciously intended in order to be hazing. Furthermore, hazing often occurs with
consent of the victim and is strictly forbidden by sorority policy and law.
Hazing activities and situations
include, but are not limited to:
- scavenger hunts, treasure hunts or kidnaps;
- road trips or any other such activities
carried on outside the confines of the chapter/meeting facility;
- providing and encouraging the consumption of
- blindfolding to disorient or intimidate;
- engaging in public stunts and buffoonery such
as the wearing of publicly conspicuous apparel;
- morally degrading or humiliating games and
- paddling in any form;
- interrogations or verbal abuse;
- physical and/or psychological shocks;
- creation of excess fatigue; and
- any other activities, which are not
consistent with sorority law or regulations and policies of the university.
following penalties will be imposed in proven cases of hazing within KD
- Any new member who allows herself to be hazed
will be subject to the deferral of her initiation.
- Any member who individually hazes or is aware
of its occurrence will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including
- Any chapter which knowingly allows hazing to
occur as an acceptable part of the new member education program will be subject
to disciplinary action up to and including national probation.
- Stronger disciplinary action up to and
including the loss of the chapter charter may be imposed by the National Council,
if the situation warrants.
Conspicuously Frivolous Public Behavior
Regardless of whether such events
involve hazing, chapters should avoid any activity that might attract negative
public attention, such as a scavenger hunt (unless held inside the chapter house/facility) or the wearing of costumes
around campus or in the community. In planning, it is important for chapters to
think carefully about what the public perception of an activity might be, no
matter how innocent the activity actually is.
If you would like to report hazing activities,
please call the hazing hotline at 1-888-NOT-HAZE (1-888-668-4293).
As personal websites/blogs proliferate and become
increasingly popular, Kappa Delta Sorority wishes to remind its members to use
both caution and sensibility when deciding upon content for a personal site. Personal
safety and good taste should be of utmost concern when revealing information
about you, your habits and interests.
Kappa Delta requires members with personal websites/blogs
to provide a disclaimer statement indicating the web pages are not “official”
and that the author is solely responsible for the content.
Kappa Delta requires its members to follow our
organizational policies pertaining to use of copyrights and trademarks. Kappa
Delta Sorority owns trademarks for the name “Kappa Delta,” the letters “K?” and the crest, among other nicknames and symbols
commonly used by and identifiers of Kappa Delta. As such, Kappa Delta is under
a legal duty to protect the goodwill associated with its trademarks and has
both right and obligation to ask for removal of objectionable/illegal content
from websites/blogs if the name Kappa Delta or one if its registered trademarks
is commercially used.
Furthermore, Kappa Delta Sorority, as a private
membership organization, has the right to set standards and require its members
to follow these standards. Any member not meeting the expectations established
can and will face appropriate disciplinary action.
Electronic use and promotion of Kappa Delta’s
name and commercial endorsement
Kappa Delta encourages its members to publish and
communicate freely and openly on the World Wide Web and use social media when
appropriate, but when doing so members should abide by our stated policies and
guidelines, as any reference to Kappa Delta will reflect upon Kappa Delta’s
image, both positively and negatively. Members are reminded that website pages
are public documents and have a potential audience of millions, mostly
Kappa Delta Sorority owns trademarks on the name “Kappa
Delta,” “KD” and the Kappa
Delta crest, among other nicknames and symbols commonly used by and identifiers
of Kappa Delta. These trademarks have acquired a secondary meaning and have
engendered goodwill associated with the marks, which Kappa Delta must protect
and maintain in order to preserve its intellectual property rights.
Permission is granted to chapters and alumnae chapters
for non-commercial use of Kappa Delta’s copyrights and trademarks, but such
permission may be revoked under intellectual property infringement law. Chapters
should use the GIN System, a licensed third-party website development company,
which is authorized to use the copyrights or trademarks of Kappa Delta. Authors
of any website should have express permission from Kappa Delta Sorority or the
owner of the trademark or copyright when using any trademark, logo or
copyrighted material. When in doubt, contact Kappa Delta National Headquarters.
Photographs, drawings, video clips and sound clips may not be used on any website
without the permission of the person who created them or who owns the rights. Every
person in a photograph or video clip must sign a release giving permission. These
releases shall be kept on file as long as photos or video clips remain on the website.
The “Kappa Delta Internet” shall be defined as the
community on the World Wide Web established for the members of Kappa Delta
Sorority, to disseminate information, share ideas and an opportunity for
interactive participation. “Collegiate chapter website” is defined as the website
that introduces a particular chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority members at a
specific college or university and offers links to more specific information
about that chapter and its activities. “Alumnae chapter website” is defined as
the website that introduces a particular alumnae group of Kappa Delta members
in a specific area and offers links to more specific information about that
Kappa Delta group and its activities.
The “KD website” is defined as the website established by
the Kappa Delta National Headquarters to which collegiate and alumnae chapters
are linking and that offers more specific information about national Kappa
Delta and its activities.
All collegiate and alumnae chapter websites shall be in
good taste and conform to all Kappa Delta policies. All correct sorority
terminology shall be used, such as alumnae (not alumni) and members,
collegians, sisters or initiates when referring to initiated members (not
National Headquarters reserves the right to monitor and
review such websites as necessary to ensure image consistency and adherence to
Kappa Delta policies, but does not accept responsibility for the content of
Each collegiate and alumnae chapter website shall provide
a link to the official Kappa Delta Internet.
Each collegiate and alumnae chapter website shall provide
the official Kappa Delta email address (email@example.com). The
national organization desires all websites to be linked to the national Kappa
Delta website; however, Kappa Delta reserves the right to remove them from the
network should they be found to be in violation of the policies of Kappa Delta.
All information provided on collegiate and alumnae
chapter websites shall be kept as up-to-date as possible, checked at least once
per week, and shall provide a date stamp on the website to indicate the date
last modified and the author of the page. The email address of the author is
also encouraged. Each author of a collegiate or alumnae chapter website shall
revise errors as promptly as possible if found after review by Kappa Delta
Sorority. It is the author’s responsibility to provide accurate and truthful
All websites shall not include links to
personal/commercial sites that are inconsistent with the rules. Websites shall
not engage in product endorsements or other personal/commercial advertising
unless approved in writing by national Kappa Delta. For safety and privacy
concerns, members are cautioned about publishing personal information, such as
addresses and telephone numbers, on the websites.
Kappa Delta requires members with personal websites/blogs
to provide a disclaimer statement indicating the web pages are not “official”
and that the author is solely responsible for the content.
Kappa Delta requires its members to follow organizational
policies pertaining to use of copyrights and trademarks. Kappa Delta Sorority
owns trademarks for the name “Kappa Delta,” letters “KD” and the crest. As such, Kappa
Delta is under a legal duty to protect the goodwill associated with its
trademarks and has both right and obligation to ask for removal of
objectionable/illegal content from websites/blogs if the name Kappa Delta or
one if its registered trademarks is used.
GIN System is a web-based chapter tool used for internal communications.
The partnership between GIN and Kappa Delta gives every collegiate chapter
access to the GIN System, a chapter website, and a Facebook “welcome”
collegiate chapter websites must follow the Internet policies outlined in the
COHB. The private, web-based chapter tool, or GIN system, should be used for
internal chapter business only. Examples of suitable chapter business include
the posting of chapter calendars, the creation of sign-ups for events and T-shirts,
the tracking of points and the sharing of files, such as committee reports and
minutes. Officers should utilize the mass email and text-messaging services to
further inform members about chapter business.
the GIN system is private, attention and respect must be paid to content
and communications. The GIN system shall be treated as any other material using
the Kappa Delta trademarks. Kappa Delta is under a legal duty to protect the
goodwill associated with its trademarks and has both right and obligation to
ask for removal of objectionable/illegal content. Communications that raise
questions about risk management and chapter safety will also be handled
and all social networking equivalents
Each Kappa Delta member is highly encouraged to become a
fan of Kappa Delta’s official Facebook pages (Kappa Delta Sorority (National
Headquarters), Kappa Delta Foundation and the Confidence Coalition and become a
follower of KappaDeltaHQ on Twitter.
While participation in these communities falls within the
above-stated guidelines, special attention must be given to the image
portrayed. Is this an image that presents you in your best light as the
talented, responsible, beautiful individual that you are? Do you reveal too
much about yourself, creating a security risk? Are you breaking any laws? Would
you want your parents or potential employers to see what you have displayed? Stories
abound about personal websites and entries harming individual’s health,
welfare, academic, collegiate or professional careers. Kappa Delta, as along
with universities, is taking punitive measures against inappropriate portrayals
on the Internet.
Kappa Delta encourages its members to use email accounts
as a communication tool and an efficient way to disseminate information. Email
messages or attached files pertaining to Kappa Delta business should be in
compliance with all Kappa Delta policies.
Email messages and attached files shall not contain
written words of Ritual or any references to ritualistic services. Email
messages and attached files shall not contain any pictures or words that are in
bad taste or obscene in nature, and profanity is prohibited.
Requests and inquiries of an administrative nature should
be directed to Kappa Delta National Headquarters. This includes such items as
change of address, marriages, forms, labels, etc.
Kappa Delta members are advised to enter into any public
chat room with discretion. All discussions should comply with Kappa Delta
policies. Problems and complaints should not be discussed with other chapters
via online services, as they are not completely secure despite best efforts.
Private chat rooms are password protected. Computer
accounts and passwords that are assigned to individual members should not be
shared with others, especially those who are not members of Kappa Delta
The written word of our Ritual or reference to any
ritualistic service is forbidden in public and private chat rooms. Profanity,
obscenity or words of pornographic nature are strictly forbidden in both public
and private chat rooms.
Kappa Delta resources derived from the Kappa Delta
Internet may only be used for sorority purposes and may not be used for any
purpose that is illegal, immoral, unethical, dishonest, damaging to the
reputation of Kappa Delta Sorority, inconsistent with the mission of Kappa
Delta Sorority, or likely to subject Kappa Delta Sorority to liability in Kappa
Delta Sorority’s sole discretion. Impermissible uses include but are not
limited to the following:
- Libel or slander
- Fraud or
- Unauthorized copying or
transmission of copyright-protected items
- Use of Kappa Delta Sorority’s
trademarks, logos, insignia or copyrights without prior approval
- Unauthorized use of
email accounts or passwords assigned to others
- Posting or sending
obscene, pornographic or offensive material
- Posting or sending
political information or propaganda
- Material that casts the sorority
in an unfavorable light, including, but not limited to, any materials deemed to
associate the sorority with alcohol or illegal-substance use or to be sexist or
demeaning to minorities or other persons
- Posting or sending
material that does not comply with the mission or values of Kappa Delta sorority
- Solicitation of alumnae
for personal reasons or fundraising for personal community-service interests
As a private membership organization, Kappa Delta
Sorority has the right to set standards and require its members, collegiate
chapters and alumnae chapters to follow these standards. Any member not meeting
the expectations established can and will face appropriate disciplinary action.
Furthermore, violations by any Kappa Delta member, collegiate chapter or
alumnae chapter of any guidelines, policy or impermissible use shall result in
the loss of computing privileges within the Kappa Delta Internet and the
revocation of a link to that particular member, collegiate chapter or alumnae
Members are also encouraged to abide by any campus
Panhellenic rules, university policy and any and all applicable federal, state
and local laws, especially those governing computer and telecommunication use,
privacy and publicity rights and defamation.