Tri Delta is an assembly of women with shared values where you can be yourself and belong to something bigger. We are brave, bold and kind. We are passionate about serving others, committed to becoming the best version of ourselves and dedicated to helping women live, learn and lead—with Purpose—for a lifetime.
Tri Delta members have been enjoying high-caliber professional development opportunities at in-person and virtual LEADDD events since 2018. Beginning in January 2023, the LEADDD Network—inspired by your feedback—will offer exciting new learning opportunities and access to professional connections to help you better your best!Learn More
This year’s undergraduate and graduate scholarship applications are now open! Did you know that last year Tri Delta’s Foundation awarded 212 need and merit-based scholarships to our Tri Delta sisters that totaled nearly $600,000?Apply Now
Tri Delta’s Original Allies
This follow-up to the March 2020 story about Tri Delta’s first Black member, Diane Petersen, Ohio Wesleyan, was featured in the fall 2022 print edition of The Trident. It highlights the friendship, sisterhood and perseverance of our Delta Upsilon Chapter in the 1960s—young women who stood strong to ensure Diane would become a Tri Delta.Read more in The Trident
Looking for a new read—or the perfect holiday gift for your favorite book lover?Read more in The Trident
Check out the latest books from these Tri Delta authors.
2022 Founders’ Day Proclamation
Take a moment to read the 2022 Founders’ Day proclamation from Fraternity President Megan Shaw James, Millsaps, to learn about Tri Delta’s commitment to educating, empowering and equipping our members throughout a lifetime of development and growth.Read more in The Trident
Preserving Our Heritage
Have you ever wondered what treasures might be found in Tri Delta’s archives? Thanks to Tri Delta’s partnership with HistoryIT, a premier digital archive service, the Fraternity’s historical materials are now being preserved digitally and made available to explore and share online.Read more in The Trident
From acknowledging our history and past harms to the addition of five Sisters of Colors to our governing boards, from the launch of Brave & Bold Dialogues, training and LEADDD Now conversations to an enterprise-wide diversity audit, Tri Delta has been listening, learning and working-intently-to ensure an equitable and inclusive lifelong experience for our members.Learn More