Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's organization committed to providing opportunities for personal development, service to others and a space for members to forge their own paths-all through a lifelong spirit of sisterhood. Inspired by the vision and values defined by our Founders, Alpha Gam challenges members to lead lives of significance that positively impact their communities.
The Alpha Gamma Delta Purpose encourages us to live each day with extraordinary intention. Through our core values of leadership, scholarship, service and sisterhood, members find a home away from home and make lifelong friendships.
How to Join
The most common way to join Alpha Gam is through the university's recruitment process. Primary Recruitment dates vary by campus but typically occur at the beginning of fall and spring terms. Less formal Recruitment opportunities are available on some campuses. Visit our blog to learn more about this process, as well as life as an Alpha Gam. For more specific information on recruitment activities, we encourage you to contact the Panhellenic Council at your college or university.
In addition, Alumnae Initiation allows us to invite women who share our values to join Alpha Gamma Delta. Candidates may not be members of another National Panhellenic Conference or National Pan-Hellenic Conference organization, nor eligible to join a collegiate chapter.
Alpha Gamma Delta seeks women for membership based on:
- Academic success
- Connection to our sisters and our values
- Leadership and community service experience
- Respect for herself and others
Alpha Gamma Delta does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or other characteristics protected by applicable laws. Individuals who live and identify as a woman on a daily basis may be considered for membership. This policy is intended to uphold the mission of Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity as a commitment of sisterhood given by women to other women and should not be interpreted as changing the all-woman composition of the organization.