Our Founders were brave, bold and kind leaders who envisioned a women’s fraternity that would inspire the ideals of truth, self-sacrifice and friendship. Tri Delta’s Ritual is the heart of our Fraternity and keeps those values alive with our members today, as they bring the best versions of themselves to better Tri Delta, their communities and the world.
During the month of March, fraternity and sorority communities from across North America will celebrate National Ritual Celebration Week (#NRCW). This week provides an opportunity to reflect on our values, Purpose and Ritual while exploring what it means to live, learn and lead – with Purpose – for lifetime.
NRCW kicks off with International Badge Day which was established in 1997 by the National Panhellenic Conference as a day for women—in sororities and different umbrella organizations—throughout the world to wear their sorority badges or letters in a celebration of sisterhood.
Throughout lifetime membership in Tri Delta, our members will engage in memorable and meaningful opportunities. This Tri Delta experience may differ from campus to campus and person to person, but the values and Ritual of Tri Delta bind our sisters to one another and create the link between our chapters. Use this guide to connect with a sister on the significance of our Ritual.
2018 NATIONAL RITUAL CELEBRATION WEEK RESOURCES
Whether you are hosting a workshop or have a Ritual ceremony scheduled, we hope you find the resources below useful! View all resources when logged in to My Tri Delta in the Resource Library under our new Ritual Portal:
- Ritual Resource Kit – a resource to assist you in navigating and reflect on the Rituals of Tri Delta.
- Collegiate Alumnae Discussion Guide – To help you engage in conversations centered around Ritual and Tri Delta values.
- Live Kind. Lead Kind – As a society founded on kindness, this campaign is a re-commitment to strengthen a sisterhood that is kind alike to all.