Delta Kappa Alpha | Lambda Chapter | National Professional Co-Ed Cinema Fraternity
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Texas Longhorns at Heart


The Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Alpha resides at The University of Texas at Austin. Being one of the most vibrant, cultured, and fastest growing cities in the country, our members are involved in every opportunity that this city has to offer. From music to cinema to business and more, we wouldn’t want to be any other place. Every year Austin welcomes millions of people from around the world for SXSW, Austin City Limits, Austin Film Festival, and countless other events. We also each share great pride for our school, and love showing off Burnt Orange and Horns everywhere we go!


What is ΔKA?

Established March 16, 1936, Delta Kappa Alpha (ΔKA) is a National, Co-Educational, Professional Cinema Fraternity for cinematic arts students of character. As a National organization with over 75 years of history and alumni, our members are connected to the top cinema students from top cinema schools. Not exclusive to film studies majors, DKA welcomes men and women, undergraduates and graduates, who are dedicated to fostering lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling, ethical and productive business practices, philanthropic action, and fraternal bonds by and between students of the cinematic arts.


Although not all of us are film students, we all have a deep respect and admiration for the Cinematic Arts. Every Spring and Fall semester, our members receive grants to produce short films, documentaries, music videos, and any other type of cinematic content that we are itching to make. Click below to explore some of the works we’ve created together.