Letter from the President
Hello and welcome to the Canada Delta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta!
We are among one of 141 Tri Delta chapters across Canada and the United States who are dedicated to living brave, bold and kind! The Canada Delta chapter has been active at UOttawa for over 20 years, and is the oldest international sorority on campus! Since then, the Canada Delta Chapter has sought to assist in the development of making strong, passionate and well-rounded leaders, all while establishing deep friendships and expanding networks.
During my second semester of first year, I decided I wanted more out my university experience than just the education itself. I have always been a person who loves taking on service projects, expanding my social circle and developing my leadership skills, and I have found that and so much more from Tri Delta. Since joining, and serving as an officer, I have found so much love and support from my sisters than I could have imagined. I have found a community of people who make me happy, push me to be my best self and lift me up.
There are several reasons why I am so proud to be a Tri Delta women. Not only do I know that I am part of an organization of dedicated leaders, I am in awe of the impact our organization has on the world around us. In February, myself and three sisters, were given the opportunity to attend a leadership conference in Dallas. At this conference, we were elated to hear that Tri Delta has raised over $30 million in just 3 years, towards our philanthropic cause St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Knowing I contributed to this number, and hearing about how this money can save a child’s life was extremely inspiring, and rekindled my passion for philanthropy and service.
Being a university student, I take my education and academics very seriously. I have become very grateful that Tri Delta values our academics and our chapter does whatever we can to support one another in our academic success. From study plans, study groups and our Biannual Academic Olympics, we assist our sister in any way we can to achieve our academic goals! Joining Tri Delta does not mean you only join one community. Rather you are able to step into a wider Greek community filled with men and women who are passionate about philanthropy, service, and networking. Over the semester there are several community-wide events that bring Greek Organizations together from Carleton University and UOttawa to fundraise for local organizations such as the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
I am proud to say I am a Tri Delta woman. Over the past three years, my love for this organization, and my sisters have grown. As cheesy as it sounds, Tri Delta has given me a family. From late night study sessions to grabbing Bubble Tea for an afternoon Delta Date, my university memories are filled with Tri Delta, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I hope to see you during our next recruitment season, to show you why Tri Delta was right for me, and hopefully you too!
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to me via email at; email@example.com
Delta love and all of mine,