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Delta Gamma welcomes thousands of exceptional young women into membership each year at more than 140 college campuses in the United States and Canada. Promoting service, sisterhood, scholarship and leadership, Delta Gamma offers outstanding opportunities to its members. Our collegians are campus leaders, community and campus volunteers, and academic achievers. Learn more about Delta Gamma on the national web site:

Academic excellence is vitally important to the sustained success of Delta Gamma and its members. Delta Gamma offers over $250,000 in scholarships and fellowships each year! Interest free loans are also available to qualified members. Scholastic excellence is rewarded in our chapters with individual recognition. Delta Gamma is proud of its members' academic achievements and strives to instill the value of lifelong learning in every member.

Delta Gamma provides many leadership development opportunities for its members. Collegiate chapters offer an assortment of leadership roles, ultimately involving each member in the management of the chapter. Time management, administrative, and managerial skills are sharpened through seminars, conventions, chapter advisers and visiting consultants. Delta Gamma's Leadership for Life program offers crucial skills and activities for individualized development. This is a dynamic, ethics-based leadership experience that empowers our collegiate members

DG Firsts:
Delta Gamma is one of the oldest women's fraternities. Members throughout the 133-year history have been trailblazers in establishing a tradition of excellence by being the:

  • first women's fraternity to employ a full-time staff member to address the health and wellness needs of its members
  • first women's fraternity to incorporate a foundation in 1951
  • first to build an international headquarters specifically for that purpose
  • first to have seminars and house corporations
  • first to have an archivist handling historical materials at the international headquarters
  • first to receive recognition from the American Academy of Opthalmology for Distinguished Public Service
  • first to establish challenge grants in values and ethics, through the Dorothy Garrett Martin Lectureship in Values and Ethics