Kappa Phi is a Christian organization, open to any college woman, on a campus where there is an active Kappa Phi chapter, and who finds interest and meaning in the organization.
Active chapters are the heart of Kappa Phi, and are located on campuses across the country. Some are located on small, religiously-affiliated colleges, while others make their home at large state universities. They range in size from 10 members to over 80. They enjoy activities as varied as the members who comprise them, but they are all a part of the organization officially titled The Kappa Phi Club.
Active chapters typically meet once a week for business, fellowship, and programming, based on the four program areas of Kappa Phi.