Chi Delta Alpha is Virginia Tech's only all-female service organization open to all women on campus. The sorority contributes to the New River Valley through numerous service efforts.
Members are required to complete at least 32 hours of service per semester, as well as attend various required functions. These include functions dealing with sisterhood, the pledging process, and initiation. We are a non-Greek organization, focusing on service while providing members with the joy of sisterhood.
Chi Delta Alpha encourages interested women with a heart for service to investigate what we have to offer.
Sisters Through Service
1. Serve with Chi Delta Alpha on March 28th for Service Day!
Click here if you are interested in joining Chi Delta Alpha in serving the New River Valley community for a day.
Contact Courtney O'Haro, firstname.lastname@example.org, for further questions.
2. CHI DELTA ALPHA'S ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Each year, Chi Delta Alpha, Virginia Tech's all-female service sorority awards a $500 scholarship to a deserving individual or organization. We look for students involved in service and prefer that the scholarship aid in that service somehow, however this is not required. The scholarship is open to any Virginia Tech freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior with at lease a 2.3 GPA. The application will be due on March 6, 2015 by midnight, which is the Friday before Spring Break. You may apply for the scholarship as an individual or an entire organization can apply to put toward a service project of their choice. We hope you will consider applying! Please send completed applications to our scholarship chair, Cayla Baker or contact her with any questions.
To access the individual scholarship application click here!
To access the group scholarship application click here!
3. Chi Delta Alpha's Service Trip to PERU!
Chi Delta Alpha is traveling to Cusco, Peru, this January to serve with Medlife! We are currently fundraising to send our sisters on this wonderful international service trip. Click here if you'd like to help!