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Greek Women's Recruitment

TARLETON GREEK WOMEN’S RECRUITMENT

Tarleton State University is known for excellence in academics and has a rich history rooted in many loved traditions. Our Greek system and opportunities for student leadership are at the forefront. The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta happily welcome you home to Tarleton & hope that you are looking forward to an exciting year ahead! We also hope that you will take the opportunity to participate in Greek Women’s Recruitment this September.  Tarleton’s four Panhellenic sororities are each exceptional in their own unique way. Each group is dedicated to providing opportunities for their members to help them reach their greatest potential as collegiate women, all while giving back to their campus and surrounding community.

We encourage you to use Recruitment Week to decide for yourself if you would like to become a part of the Greek life at Tarleton State University.  Please know that joining our Greek community is an individual decision and should always be made as such. Recruitment week is the perfect time for making new friends and will help you decide what is right for YOU.  We look forward to meeting you and wish you the best here at Tarleton State University! This is where your journey begins!

WHY GO GREEK?

Women join Greek organizations for different reasons, but all of us are bound by common values and ideals – friendship, service, scholarship, personal development and leadership. Being a Greek woman is a special experience that offers college students opportunities to develop and grow personally while meeting a group of lifelong friends. In addition, sorority membership offers a network support that can be beneficial when living far from home or in a large university environment.

The benefits of being a member of a Greek organization extend well beyond the collegiate years. When moving to a new city, you can instantly form friendships with sorority alumnae in the area. When you’re trying to enhance your career, the network of sorority women can help you achieve your next professional goal.

Overall, being in a sorority offers a values-based learning environment for women to thrive in their collegiate years. To learn more about being a sorority woman, visit the National Panhellenic Conference website at www.npcwomen.org.

(“Why Go Greek?” from: alphagammadelta.org/joinus/benefits) 

ABOUT OUR CHAPTER

We are the Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta! Chartered in 1985, Epsilon Upsilon has thrived at Tarleton State University.  We strive to uphold the ideals of the Fraternity we represent and love, including scholarship, leadership, service and of course, sisterhood! We are women of value and women of character. We are friends, leaders, and students, but most of all we are sisters, and there is nothing stronger than that bond. We pride ourselves in being a close-knit group with lasting relationships.

MEMBER EXPECTATIONS

Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity has impacted over 155,000 women across the United States and Canada during a span of more than 100 years. It is the hope of the Fraternity that membership in Alpha Gamma Delta enriches the lives of members beyond the collegiate years, promoting the importance of life-long learning, service and a network of women united by a common Purpose.

Alpha Gamma Delta aims to support the intellectual, physical and emotional growth of collegiate and alumnae members and in turn asks for a commitment to uphold the ideals and values set forth in the Alpha Gamma Delta Purpose, Fraternity Ritual and Fraternity Mission through service to the Fraternity when called upon and service to the greater global community.

Members of Alpha Gamma Delta take pride in the rich history of the organization and accept the charge to challenge the Fraternity to maintain a high standard of relevance.

Membership in Alpha Gamma Delta is a privilege, an honor and a call to represent the cherished symbols of the Fraternity to the world.

(“Member Expectations” from: alphagammadelta.org/alphagams/collegians/expectations)