Epsilon Eta Chapter

Auburn University

Dear sisters, alumnae, friends, and visitors, 

Welcome to the Epsilon Eta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma's website! Check out our page to learn more about what makes our chapter so unique and special here on Auburn's campus. I hope you can see some of the people I love and why I am so blessed to be a part of Kappa Kappa Gamma!

My name is Megan Hagmaier, and I am so incredibly honored to serve as Epsilon Eta's chapter president in 2021! I am from Mobile, Alabama, and after attending a small school for 14 years, the thought of coming to a large university like Auburn made me extremely nervous. Ever since I walked through Kappa's doors for the first time, I felt loved in such a powerful and genuine way. Kappa provided me with warm, intentional friendships that made the transition to college so much easier. They continue to support me to this day, in times of celebration and struggle. I can firmly say I have found the best version of myself because of these women.

The Epsilon Eta chapter is a diverse group of women with different interests, gifts, and passions, but all unified through our love for Kappa, Auburn, and each other. Kappa Kappa Gamma is defined by loyalty, depth, and sincerity as we seek to draw upon others' strengths. We focus on fostering each chapter member's individual growth so that every woman can go out and impact the Auburn community in their own unique way. Each woman in Kappa Kappa Gamma contributes their true self, making Epsilon Eta a thriving space for sincere friendships and lasting sisterhood. Each member plays an essential part in making our chapter what it is today. 

Epsilon Eta is focused on excelling academically, serving our community faithfully, and becoming capable leaders on and off-campus, all while developing meaningful relationships with each other. We are a place where girls leave better than they came, and when they leave, they're going with memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. I could not be more honored to represent this sisterhood and more thankful that the Lord has given me this community here in Auburn. I know that I will have these friendships far beyond just my four years at Auburn; this sisterhood will stay with me forever. 

Love & Loyalty,
Megan Hagmaier | PC '18
President, Epsilon Eta Chapter