Why Tri Delta?
Founded by women, for women, Tri Delta is proud to have more than 18,000 members in more than 140 chapters on college campuses across the U.S. and Canada, and more than 220,000 alumnae members in chapters around the world. Tri Delta is boldly leading the way—and often setting the standard—on important issues such as: body image, mental health, inclusion, collegiate housing, leadership development and governance.
Whether serving as officers or participating in a chapter’s educational programming, our members are offered the support and opportunity to grow as leaders. Throughout the collegiate experience, Tri Delta’s members will attain core competencies and skill development in areas that empower them during their collegiate years and lifetime membership in Tri Delta.
Tri Delta understands that its members are college women first, and part of Tri Delta’s Purpose is to broaden the moral and intellectual lives of members. Whether by providing scholarship funds through Tri Delta’s Foundation to assist with educational costs, or by promoting academic success through innovative chapter programming, Tri Delta offers encouragement and support to collegiate members as they pursue academic achievement.
Tri Delta is committed to changing the way the world treats and defeats childhood cancer – locally through raising funds and support to children’s cancer charities and hospitals, and at the national level through our partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Tri Delta has raised more than $75 million for St. Jude since 1999, and as a result of our latest pledge, St. Jude to named its short-term housing facility on the St. Jude campus Tri Delta Place. Our collegiate chapters are on the front lines of raising funds and awareness for St. Jude on their campuses and in their communities.
As part of the collegiate chapter experience, a member will participate in current, relevant and Tri Delta related educational programming that will inspire them to live, learn and lead – with Purpose. Over the course of the collegiate experience, a Tri Delta enjoys a host of opportunities for personal growth as a student, woman and leader. Throughout the collegiate experience, members will attain core competencies and skill development in each of these areas.
Helping our sisters become the best versions of themselves starts at the beginning—with New Member Education—and continues through a lifetime. We offer all members opportunities for personal growth, leadership and professional development through our signature programs.
Joining Tri Delta – Bring You!
Tri Delta is a founding member of the National Panhellenic Conference, an umbrella organization for 26 member groups. Women are encouraged to participate in the recruitment processes as determined by our host institutions. Watch this short video to learn more about Tri Delta.
Are you a potential new member? Tell us about yourself. What are you passionate about? What makes you, you? We invite you to complete this form so we can learn a little more about you!
WHY CHOOSE DELTA DELTA DELTA?
Delta Delta Delta has distinguished itself by shaping women with sisterhood and service since 1888. Tri Delta’s strong history is valued in each chapter, holding to the sorority’s key values; Commitment to diversity, high standards of excellence, responsibility to serve, and dedication to leadership development.
Tri Delta alumna can show their continuing support of the sorority by writing a reference letter to a collegiate chapter. These letters do not guarantee a potential new member will be invited into the sorority, but they are taken into consideration during membership selection.
(Most chapters provide the link to the actual form, but this is the link to the tab on the nationals’ website: http://www.tridelta.org/alumna/reference_formpublic)