Welcome our Epsilon Rho Chapter
News | April 25, 2016

We are thrilled to announce that the University of San Francisco Greek Council has selected Tri Delta to join their community in fall 2016!

Tri Delta will become the third National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organization on campus, joining Delta Zeta and Kappa Alpha Theta.

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

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

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Tri Delta is ready to live, learn and lead…with Purpose at the University of San Francisco!

About University of San Francisco: USF is a Jesuit Catholic institution, welcoming students of every faith and no faith. The university draws on the cultural, intellectual and economic resources of the San Francisco Bay Area to enrich and strengthen educational programs. USF’s Jesuit Values are an intrinsic part of the campus experience, empowering students to grow in their academic, spiritual and personal lives so they can truly ‘change the world from here’

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