Why Tri Delta?
Tri Delta offers you a lifelong bond of friendship with women who are both like you and completely different from you.
In Tri Delta, you are a unique and valuable part of a connected whole. We don't want you to come here and be like us. We want you to come here and be you. Today, over 19,000 collegians and 210,000 alumnae make up our growing network of sisters.
Tri Delta Points of Pride:
- Tri Delta was the first women’s fraternity to be founded as a national organization with complete plans for governmental structure and expansion.
- Tri Delta was a founding member of the National Panhellenic Conference, along with seven other organizations.
- Tri Delta was the first National Panhellenic Conference organization to establish a non-discrimination policy.
- Tri Delta was the first women’s fraternity to hold a national leadership school.
- Tri Delta is the only organization to have a national Greek-letter mother’s sorority, Tri Psi.
Coming to the University of Kansas along with 20,000 other Jayhawks can be an exciting, but overwhelming experience. Finding a place where you belong is an important step in your college years. Here at Tri Delta, we have a home away from home, sisters away from family, and a place to build everlasting friendships that will remain long after graduation.
The Panhellenic Recruitment process will give you a look into Greek Life at the University of Kansas. Throughout the week you will have an opportunity to visit our chapter, speak with our sisters, and learn about the values of Tri Delta that make our membership experience unlike any other.
Each year, we seek the most remarkable women who will bring leadership, community service, and academic excellence to join Tri Delta. This is why we cannot wait to meet you this upcoming fall!
Here is a snapshot of Fall Formal Recruitment 2016 at the University of Kansas:
- Open House Rounds, August 15-16
- Philanthropy Round, August 17th
- House Tour, August 18th
- Preference Round, August 19th
- BID DAY! August 20th
For more information be sure to visit the KU Panhellenic website: http://kupanhellenic.org