• "Power Through Understanding"

     

    Delta Kappa Psi has a rich history and tradition of excellence at the University of Redlands.  "Delta" is home to the best and brightest women Redlands has to offer, both past and present.  Since its founding in 1910, the sorority has prided itself on being comprised of a diverse and unique group of women who strive to make a positive impact in all they do.

     

    In addition to excelling academically, collegiate members of Delta maintain a strong presence in most major campus organizations with sisters holding leadership positions in many.  Being a Delta today is about friendship, philanthropy, sisterhood, campus and community involvement, leadership, academics, and so much more! 

     

    And, as true "Bulldogs for life", Delta alumnae remain loyal donors to, and dedicated volunteers for, the University of Redlands.  Deltas of all ages actively participate in "Bulldogs in Service" annually, and hold key positons on the Alumni Board of Directors and University Board of Trustees, among others. 

     

    We hope you will browse our website to learn more about life as a member of Delta Kappa Psi.

     


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  • 2020 Birthday Luncheon

     

    Dear Delta Sisters,

     

    I write today to inform you that the Delta Executive Alum Council has made the hard decision to cancel the Annual Birthday Luncheon that was scheduled for May 2, 2020. 

     

    We have been watching the news like all of you and have been monitoring the University of Redlands advisories.  The U of R has cancelled all Alumni Events through mid-May, including Alumni Weekend May 15-17.  These decisions do not come easy to anyone, but they are prudent under the circumstances.  Even as a social organization, we need to be aware of what is happening around us and take appropriate action when deemed necessary. 

     

    My heart goes out to our IMs' whose Semester has been disrupted (as well as to all the students), to our Senior IMs who are uncertain if they will get a graduation (it will not occur in April as previously scheduled), for our IM athletes who have seen their sports season abruptly ended, to our Deltas who are out of work at this time and to our Deltas who are finding themselves having to create a "home school" environment for their children.  I know there are so many affected by the current circumstances and I want to just let you know we are thinking of all of you. 

     

    I wish you good health and safety.  And don't worry, we will be together again soon. 

     

    In Delta,

     

    Holly Nolan

    Alumnae Executive Council President

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    DELTA DOINGS

     

    Access it by clicking on the first tab on the left of the private side of the website.

     

    Please note that, due to COVID-19, there will be no mailing of a Doings hard copy this year to sisters from the classes of 1966 and earlier.  If the situation improves this summer, we might be able to send a hard copy then -- we'll keep you posted!

     

     


     

    Please Pay Your Dues!

    Paying your annual dues is a great way to stay actively involved in Delta even if you are not geographically located near an Alumnae Chapter.  

     

    A new dues structure has been implemented to make it more affordable for young alumnae to join as well as provide opportunities for Deltas who can, to support the sorority at a higher level. (Please click below for membership level details.)  

     

    Your dues support the Collegiate Members' attendance at the Homecoming Fiesta and Birthday Luncheon, the work of the Alumnae Advisors on behalf of current Deltas, and Executive Council activities. Those who are a member of a local chapter are encouraged to pay dues through their chapter. 

     

     

     

     

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