why do you want to be a delta sigma theta
Why did you choose Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.? Delta Sigma Theta was the only organization to participate in the WomenБs Suffrage March and for me, building the БtotalБ African-American woman and fighting for the rights of women encouraged me to become apart of an organization that was bigger than myself. Delta in so many of its aspects enriches not only the African-American community, but the community as a whole. I wanted to foster change in my community, continue to grow as an individual and become apart of an organization that for 96 years, has continued to strengthen the standards set forth by our illustrious founders. For myself, I always know that regardless of where I am, there is always a soror who is willing to take me in.
What is your most memorable moment as a member of the sorority? As a member of the sorority, my most memorable moment was of course when I became a member, but also meeting some of the most beautiful individuals and women, that are my line sisters. What made you decide to become advisor of the Kappa Alpha Chapter? I wanted to continue to help collegiate sorors set the pace for change at the university. Serving as an alum and an advisor to the KA chapter has allowed me to share my experiences with newly initiated members, as well as help guide the way for sorors to promote DeltaБs ideals. What has been your most memorable moment as advisor of the Kappa Alpha Chapter?
As an advisor, I think all of the moments I have shared with Kappa Alpha are memorable. This year alone, I was able to see my neos, KAdence of InTENsity become prominent forces within the chapter. They have introduced new programs and ideas that have continued to build upon the legacy past sorors have.
Any female student currently enrolled at a college or university where there is an active chapter on campus or in the city is eligible to apply for membership, provided that: the student is in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2. 75 on a 4. 0 scale or 1. 75 on a 3. 0 scale; or equivalent, except where the minimum grade point average required by the college or university is greater, then the minimum grade point average must be used for eligibility; and the student is not a member of any society holding membership in the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. or the Panhellenic Conference, Inc.
Any applicant for membership must receive a majority of the votes of members of the chapter to which she has applied. However, the vote of the chapter is subject to final approval of the Regional Director. the female graduated with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2. 75 on a 4. 0 scale or 1. 75 on a 3. 0 scale; the female is not a member of, nor has been expelled from, any society holding membership in the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. or the Panhellenic Conference, Inc.
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