The DC alumnae chapter supports the Beta Epsilon Chapter at American University. Collumnae events include Career Networking Panels, a joint celebration of Founders Day in March, senior installation, and coordinated Foundation activities. Individual alumnae members also support Beta Epsilon by serving on the Advisory Team or House Corporation, participating in membership recruitment events, and acting as mentors for collegians seeking career advice. If you would like to get involved with these efforts, please contact Erin Waters, AU Collumnae Director.
Are you a Delta Gamma who knows of a young woman who would make a great Delta Gamma herself? We want to know about her! Help to promote Delta Gamma by sharing your pride in the Fraternity and educating others about the leadership, values, scholarship and fun young women can experience being a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity. Please take the time to complete a DG Sponsor Form for a potential new member (PNM).
Log in to myDG to download a Sponsor Form and learn more about today’s recruitment process. Go to the container titled Resources for Everyone and click on Recruitment and Sponsorship. You are encouraged to submit the Sponsor Form electronically to the collegiate chapter via e-mail. Follow up with a hard copy by mail or fax. Feel free to contact Shannon Donaldson, City Sponsorship Chair, with any questions.
Looking for formal recruitment dates of a specific Delta Gamma collegiate chapter? Recruitment dates and the mailing addresses for the chapter’s VP Membership can be found in the new Fraternity recruitment directory (note: A MyDG account is required to view this link) and in the summer issue of the ANCHORA.
Anchor Girl Program
For hope, for strength, for life…. Many Delta Gamma legacies can already relate to our message: Hope for the future, strength in our chapters, and another special bond for life with their relative who is also a Delta Gamma. The purpose of the Anchor Girl program is to recognize your legacies and increase your awareness of our Fraternity’s legacy policies and procedures.