Tri Kappa is unique in that it is a Greek organization located only within the boundaries of the state of Indiana. It is larger than most Greek organizations with national membership—both in number of members and number of chapters.
Each Active Tri Kappa Chapter annually includes work promoting charity, culture and education. This work incorporates moneymaking projects and community volunteer efforts.
The object of this organization shall be to bring women into close, unselfish relationship for the promotion of charity, culture and education.
Tri Kappa chapters are governed by State Convention and State Council consisting of five members. Chapters abide by a set of State Bylaws and also by a set of bylaws written by the Chapter themselves. Many of our chapters are incorporated. Tri Kappa is a 501(c)(3) organization.
An Active member is one who is duly initiated into an active chapter and who participates in the work of the active chapter.
A College member is a member of an active chapter who is a full-time student for at least nine months of the year.
An Associate member is one who has been duly initiated into an active chapter, who has given a minimum of ten years of active service, and who, having ceased to be a member of an active chapter, participates in the work of an associate chapter.
A Key member is any member who has given a minimum of ten years of service, is required to attend five meetings each term and has full voting privileges.