"Delta Gamma means so much to so many people it's hard to put into words. Whether we are improving the lives of the visually impaired through Service for Sight or forming a support system for our own sisters, this organization offers much more than just friendship. It offers strength, sisterhood, scholarship, service and endless opportunities to become the best version of YOU."

-Taylor Nehlen, Chapter President

 

Delta Gamma

Local Chapter: Gamma Epsilon

officers: 

President: Michele Criss, dggepresident@gmail.com 

Vice President of Programming:  Anna Talarico, atalaric@kent.edu

Risk Management Chair:  Alexis Bruno, dggesocialstandards@gmail.com

Vice President of New Member Education: Kenzie Eckley, meckley2@kent.edu

Vice President of Membership: Brynn Pennell, bpennel1@kent.edu

Vice President of Finance: Morgan Padgett, dggefinance01@gmail.com

Vice President of Communications: Cecelia Parker, cparke@kent.edu

Vice President of Foundation:  Alexis Sullivan, alexxiissss@gmail.com

Panhellenic Delegate: Katherine King, kking73@kent.edu


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Mission Statement:  Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character.

Motto: "Do Good."

Colors: Bronze, Pink and Blue

Flower: Cream Rose

Symbol: Anchor

Mascot: Hannah Doll


Philanthropy:

Service for Sight

Previous Events Include:

Anchor Splash

Anchor Freeze

Anchor Man

Ali Fuhrman 5k

Fun Facts

  • Delta Gamma was founded in 1873 in Oxford, Mississippi at the Lewis School for Girls by three young women who were unable to go home for the Christmas break.

  • Delta Gamma collaborated with Phi Delta Theta this past spring to host the first ever Ali Fuhrman 5k to honor the memory of sister, alumna and friend Ali Fuhrman.

  • In 1877, Delta Gamma adopted the anchor, the age-old symbol of hope, as their national symbol.