Alpha Gamma Delta


Alpha Gamma Delta to Recolonize Chapter at University of Southern California

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                 Contact: Stephannie Sack Bailey
March 6, 2012                                  Executive Director

Alpha Gamma Delta is pleased to announce we will be recolonizing our Delta Alpha Chapter at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Colonization activities will begin in fall 2013.

"I'm so pleased that Alpha Gamma Delta has the opportunity to return to University of Southern California," said Jackie Brannon Stutts, International President. "USC is an extraordinary institution and we have an abundance of alumnae support. Both of these factors will contribute to an undoubtedly successful chapter."

As one of the nation's leading private research universities, University of Southern California fosters a vibrant culture of public service and encourages students to cross academic and geographic boundaries in their pursuit of knowledge. The university enrolls more than 17,500 undergraduate students and has more international students than any other university in the United States.

Founded in 1904 at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, Alpha Gamma Delta is a leading women's fraternity dedicated to excellence in education and leadership. One of the first fraternities to establish a philanthropy, Alpha Gamma Delta internationally supports diabetes awareness and education. Guided by our values, ideals and traditions,
Alpha Gamma Delta is purposefully revolutionizing the membership experience with a leading-edge member education program, a unique partnership with The Leadership Institute-Women with Purpose and an emphasis on alumnae cultivation and training. Collectively, Alpha Gamma Deltas are inspiring one another to Live with Purpose.