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Kappa Kappa Kappa

Tui Filii Dartmuthensi Tuoque Honori Fidelis

To protest against the shams of aristocracy

Full chapter name Kappa Kappa Kappa Fraternity
Nickname Tri-Kap
Street Address 1 Webster Avenue
Hanover, NH 03755
Mailing Address Hinman Box 5216
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
Email Address Kappa.Kappa.Kappa@Dartmouth.EDU

Further information

National headquarters


Mission Statement In the year 1842 the Kappa Kappa Kappa Society was founded on the beliefs of democracy, loyalty to Dartmouth, and equality of opportunity. A century and a half later, such principles still ring true as guiding virtues for the proud brothers of this organization. Democracy, because every brother deserves the opportunity to define and contribute to his experience here at Tri-Kap. Loyalty, because we stand to serve the Dartmouth community and that of the Upper-Valley through philanthropic efforts.
Chapter colors Dartmouth Green and White
Council membership Interfraternity Council
AXiS Score 2014: 62%
Minimum GPA Required for Membership 3.25
Rent / dues

Rent is charged in the first two weeks of term via college billing. Please contact the fraternity for details of current rent

Termly chapter dues: not given

Social dues: not given

Please note that rent and dues increases generally happen at the beginning of summer term


GLOS Awards 2014: 

  • Andres Ramirez '14 - Leadership All-Star Award
  • Matthew Graves '14 - House Manager of the Year
  • Kappa Kappa Kappa is a local fraternity founded on July 13, 1842. 
  • Currently, it is the oldest local fraternity in the nation and the second permanent Greek-letter fraternal society established at Dartmouth College.
  • Kappa Kappa Kappa was the first organization at Dartmouth College to have a freestanding fraternity building in Hanover and one of the first in the country
Philanthropy Tri-Kap has maintained a strong focus in giving back to the local community. Every Fall, we host a Haunted House for children and families of the Upper Valley area, and we co-sponsor multiple events with other greek organizations on campus every term. Along with larger planned philanthropic events, we also have begun to work with Hanover's Our Savior Lutheran Church and Students Fighting Hunger to provide meals for local families struggling to meet dietary needs while also raising awareness about national and global hunger-related issues​. 
More information about us Since its inception, Tri-Kap has strived to stand for the best in Dartmouth brain, brawn, and spirit. We are extremely proud to be one of the most diverse organizations on campus with members ranging from various backgrounds across the world. For over 170 years, Tri-Kap has prided itself on being a true brotherhood and consistently adding its own contributions to the Dartmouth community.   

Last Updated: 10/19/15