Our Campus Partners

Delta Gamma Fraternity is rooted in fostering high ideals of friendship, promoting educational and cultural interests, creating a true sense of social responsibility and developing, in our members, the best qualities of character.

We seek to partner with host institutions who share these values to ensure Delta Gamma women have a meaningful collegiate experience that provides opportunities for growth, development, learning and service.

Supporting Chapters

Delta Gamma has two teams to support its collegiate chapters, the regional team and the Collegiate Development Specialist (CDS) team.

The CDS team, employed by Delta Gamma, is your primary liaison at Executive Offices. Please contact the CDS team at colldept@deltagamma.org.

A regional team of volunteers, who live in the geographic region of its assigned chapters, is ready to assist with chapter operations, programming, recruitment and housing. Regional Directors are listed by the regions indicated on the map below.

Region 1 Director: Alexandra Haight Furr, Delta Rho-Virginia Tech

Region 2 Director: Kristine (Kris) Reed Maedel, Beta Xi-Michigan State

Region 3 Director: Joanna Rosenow Shook, Alpha Upsilon-Southern Methodist

Region 4 Director: Catherine Slisher Donaldson, Gamma Iota-DePauw

Region 5 Director: Katelyn (Katie) Cornelius Seuntjens, Gamma Iota-DePauw

Region 6 Director: Maura Brady Sharp, Gamma Zeta-Louisiana State

Region 7 Director: Jessica Hammond-Brouwer, Beta Pi-Willamette

Region 8 Director: Ann Marie Deatherage Bronte, Delta Eta-Cal State, Sacramento 

Director: New Chapter Development: Wendy Adams Faust, Epsilon-Ohio State

The CDS team, employed by Delta Gamma, is your primary liaison at Executive Offices. Please contact the CDS team at colldept@deltagamma.org.

Together, these teams advise the work of our chapters, ensuring a values-based experience. Looking for a complete list of each regional team? Check out the Delta Gamma Leadership Contact List.

By the numbers:

  • 240,000 initiated Delta Gammas*
  • 16,127 initiated collegiate members
  • 215 alumnae groups
  • 3.29 average GPA among our collegiate chapters*
  • $507,610 worth of scholarships and fellowships were awarded to Delta Gammas*
  • More than 100 campuses hold Anchor Splash® or Anchor Games each year*
  • $2.3 million raised by our chapters and groups for the Delta Gamma Foundation*
  • 258,282 service hours on behalf of Delta Gamma this year*

*Figures represent the 2016-2017 academic year

Delta Gamma's Commitment to Social Responsibility

Values-based decision making is a key attribute of a Delta Gamma woman. Delta Gamma encourages members to be aware of how their choices impact themselves and their relationships with others.

In addition to its own programming, Delta Gamma is committed to anti-hazing initiatives that confront aggressive and bullying behavior in women. Delta Gamma is a Diamond Dedication sponsor of HazingPrevention.org.

To review the Delta Gamma policies please visit our library.

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