The Emerald Newsletter | Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. | Fall 2014 - Page 21

Many of the Delta Chapter sisters are involved in more than one organization on campus but they still managed to boost their GPA by .09 percent. To them, the fact that it went up just that little bit shows that their hard work and dedication to service, sisterhood and scholarhip is paying off. More than five sisters were awarded the Dean’s List and many sisters were awarded Honorable Mention. Thanks to the motivation provided by their academic chairs, all of the Delta Divas have been able to maintain their scholarships.


KDChi's Delta Chapter encourages sisters to have open communication with one another so disagreements and discrepancies can be solved with the utmost respect. They like to think that this flows over into their participation within the Greek community at The University of Arizona. The chapter makes it a point to support other Greeks within their community by competing in stroll competitions, attending socials such as cook outs, campus fairs, dinners and making other orgs service events a priority to attend.

As they went through many changes at the Delta Chapter, they stayed in close contact with the National New

Officers. Current New Memb

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er Educator works closely with Member Educator to make sure they were on the right path.

Additionally, their previous and current chapter presidents keep in close contact with their Regional Chair, Abbie Menchaca, and don't hesitate to reach out when they need help. They believe these women were a key factor in the successful year the chapter celebrated.




Many sisters are fortunate to have a study abroad experience during their college years, but for three Delta sisters, that experience was especially meaningful. They had the opportunity to experience Brasil together! Three sisters of KDChi's Delta chapter received a Gilman Scholarship to study abroad.