My name is Rhea, and I am currently serving as the Activities Chair for the Epsilon Nu chapter of Delta Delta Delta. All members of our chapter make a great effort to be involved on and off campus outside of Tri Delta. Each member is involved in some club or organization on campus, ranging from A Capella groups, Student Government Association, Panhellenic Council, Orientation, Residence Life, Global Medical Brigades, and more. Our sisters take advantage of the many opportunities offered here at Chapman University to become involved on campus and in the local community.
Not only does our chapter focus on fundraising for our local and national philanthropies, but also to giving back to the local community. Our sisters each dedicate at least 5 hours per semester of community service to local non-profit organizations in Orange County. Various locations that our sisters have volunteered at are the local Ronald McDonald house, soup kitchens, YMCA, etc. Each year, we have many sisters that participate in Greek Day of Service which organizes community service opportunities for the entire Greek Community at many locations, and Relay for Life which occurs each spring on campus.
In addition to our dedication to our campus and our community, our chapter is devoted to participating in other philanthropy events on campus to help other sororities and fraternities raise money for their philanthropy. Greek life at Chapman University is a loving, supportive community that is dedicated to the greater good for all, and we are so honored to be a part of it!
Delta Love and Mine,