The Kappa Alpha Society today
The Kappa Alpha Society was originally founded in 1825 at Union College. Today, KA is an international community with a robust program and nine active chapters. KA is a literary society that focuses on the development of its undergraduate members and nurtures life-long friendships among its vibrant alumni network. Click here to learn more about the history of KA.
The summer 2012 edition of The Kap Key is in the mail. If you can't wait for it to arrive, log in to the website to download the PDF from the "Kap Key Archives."
The newsletter is a great way to stay up to date with KA news. It publishes updates from The Executive Council; The John Hart Hunter Educational Foundation, Inc.; all the chapters; and much more.
The most recent edition of our newsletter also includes articles about the 154th New York City Dinner and the re-release of Kappa Alpha Sister Keys (pictured here). If you're interested in purchasing a Sister Key or Sister Key pin, log in to the website and visit our "Merchandise" page to order one online.
Meet our founder
Like all Kaps, John Hart Hunter was a free-thinker and life-long lover of literature. Visit About John Hart Hunter to learn more about our founder and the namesake of our educational foundation.
Connect with KA
Log in to the site today to explore the members-only content for information on upcoming events, access to past KA newsletters, the online KA songbook, photo galleries of events, and more!
If you are a member, but you don't know your login credentials, click here for help.
Make a Gift Today
Support The Kappa Alpha Society and its members by making an online gift to The John Hart Hunter Educational Foundation, Inc. (U.S. tax deductible), The John Hart Hunter Educational (Canada) Foundation (qualified Canadian charitable tax credit), or The Executive Council (not tax deductible).