News | April 15, 2016
Tri Delta is made up of more than 200,000 extraordinary women who are doing amazing things. We are a sisterhood of women from around the world, all with different backgrounds, different passions and talents, and we want to celebrate all of our incredible members! Here are three simple ways you can be a part of our #IAmTriDelta campaign leading up to our 57th Biennial Convention.

1. Stay connected with Tri Delta

Did you know that all alumnae receive one issue of the award-winning Trident magazine per year? And dues-paying members and Life Loyal donors receive all four issues per year! Make sure that your information is up to date with Tri Delta by logging into My Tri Delta and editing your profile. Updating your email address allows us to send you fun emails, like an invitation to Convention!

2. You are Tri Delta

Our winter issue of The Trident highlights several women, whose stories will also be featured online leading up to our 2016 Convention. And each and every one of our members has something that makes them unique and valuable to this organization, including YOU! So, share with us on social media: What makes you unique? Download the printable postcard (that can also be found in the most Trident) to showcase what makes you Tri Delta and share using the hashtag #IAmTriDelta.

#IAMTRIDELTA #TriDeltaTuesday

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3. Become Tri Delta famous

You can be a part of our “I Am Tri Delta” video production that will be featured at Convention! We are looking for short clips of our members saying “I am Tri Delta.” Film yourself, your pledge sisters, your chapter, or a small group of sisters. Click here to view our video submission best practices. Submit your videos directly to Executive Office online!

Apply for the Eve Woods Riley UIFI Scholarship

Tri Delta will award a limited number of scholarships to members to attend UIFI where they will enhance their leadership skills to benefit the membership experience.


Apply for the 2020-2021 Collegiate Advisory Panel