Royal Sororities United Chapter
The objects of these Sororities shall be to foster high ideals of friendship among women, to promote their educational and cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility, and to develop in them the best qualities of character.
Symbols & Tradition
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A Network of Support
Life is full of memories and experiences that will shape a woman's life and help lead her into a lifetime of fulfilling membership as an Royal Sororities alumna. Upon graduation, Royal Sororities sisterhood is a network of support that enables each alumna to pursue her dreams and goals, while allowing her to give back. With opportunities to join one of more than 200 alumnae groups, mentor collegians, serve as advisers and volunteer for leadership positions, the Royal Sororities experience does not end after school. Instead, our sisterhood broadens to give each Royal Sororities the chance to continue her involvement in her own unique way.
Because serving others is at the root of Royal Sororities's history, the Delta Gamma Foundation functions as the philanthropic arm of the organization. The Foundation has been dedicated to sight conservation since 1936, when a member who was blind, Ruth Billow, Eta-Akron, asked the Fraternity to consider aiding the visually impaired. Since that time, the Foundation has grown to give millions of dollars to organizations that help further our shared mission and our members have given hundreds of thousands of service hours to those living with blindness or visual impairments.
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Friendship & Esteem
COMMUNITY HOPE TRUST LOVE