The Newest Addition to the Sunshine State
News | April 27, 2016

We are thrilled to announce that the Florida Southern College Panhellenic Council has selected Tri Delta to colonize in fall 2016!

Tri Delta will become the seventh National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organization on campus, joining Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha.

Executive Office staff will soon make a return visit to campus to ensure a strong partnership is immediately established. Continued campus marketing and strategic planning will take place throughout spring and summer 2016. Following the Panhellenic Council’s formal recruitment process, Tri Delta will recruit founding members in September. Tri Delta’s Epsilon Sigma Chapter will be installed in fall 2016 following initiation.

If you would like to learn more about how to be involved with the FSC chapter through local alumnae support or as a chapter advisor, please email Julie Haskell and submit a Volunteer Interest Form.

Follow FSC Tri Delta on social media for all of the latest colonization updates:

Facebook: Florida Southern College Tri Delta

Twitter: @FSCTriDelta

Instagram: @FSCTriDelta

Tri Delta is ready to live, learn and lead…with Purpose at Florida Southern College!

About Florida Southern College: FSC is nested in Lakeland, FL at the heart of Florida’s high-tech corridor and equidistant from Tampa and Orlando. FSC enrolls 2,500+ undergraduate students representing most states in the U.S. as well as over 50 foreign countries. FSC provides students with unmatched opportunities for personal growth and engaged learning, ensuring collegians receive immediate rewards as well as long-term benefits that stretch far beyond graduation.  


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