143 S Willard St
Burlington, VT 05401
Delta Delta Delta was founded on Thanksgiving Eve 1888 at Boston
University and the University of Vermont’s Eta Chapter was founded five years
later on February 27, 1893.
Our national philanthropy is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In
2010, Tri Delta chapters across the country pledged to raise $15 million dollars
by 2015. Half way through 2013 we achieved that goal and are still continuing
in this strong direction. There is a Tri Delta sponsored Teen Room at St. Jude in
Memphis, TN and we are known by the children there as the “triangle girls”.
Eta Chapter values the importance of service, scholarship, sisterhood, and
the development of strong character.
Our colors are cerulean blue, silver, and gold.
THE PURPOSE OF DELTA DELTA DELTA shall be to establish a perpetual bond
of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to
broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way.
IT SHALL ALSO BE THE PURPOSE OF DELTA DELTA DELTA to promote
and develop mutually beneficial relationships between the Fraternity and the colleges
and universities where the Fraternity has established chapters, to develop qualities of
unselfish leadership among its members, and to encourage them to assume, with integrity
and devotion to moral and democratic principles, the highest responsibilities of college
President: Jessie Shubrook (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President of Administration: Lydia Fernandes (email@example.com)
Vice President of Public Relations: Ali Carey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President of Membership: Francesca Huey (email@example.com)
Vice President of Finance: Laura Hinsdale (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tri Delta Eta Chapter takes great pride in our national philanthropy. Some of our
signature philanthropy events include Delta House of Pancakes (DHOP), Delta
Desserts, and Sincerely Yours. Our Eta alum, Elyse Gambardella, was the first to
bring Relay for Life to the University of Vermont and many of our members play
a large role in planning this event every year. We also are active participations in
the Burlington and UVM communities. Our sisters volunteer with the Salvation
Army, Habitat for Humanity, Pets Helping People, DREAM and the American
Red Cross. On campus, women are involved in many organizations such as the
Student Alumni Association, Outing Club, AdvoCat Tour Guides, UVM Program
Bored, Hillel, Med Life and many more. We have members involved in varsity
athletics, club sports and every semester we play intramurals like broomball,
kickball and dodge ball. We are continuing to strive for excellence within the
Fraternity and Sorority Community at UVM.
Delta Delta Delta was founded by Sarah Ida Shaw, Eleanor Dorcas Pond, Florence Isabelle Stewart, and Isabel Morgan Breed in 1888 and began as an organization concerned with the growth and development of the college woman and has evolved into a leader among sororities. Tri Delta's founders were young women of great vision; the organization has been national in concept from its inception. Less than three years after its founding, Tri Delta was recognized as an established national organization and was invited to participate in the first panhellenic meeting.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Overall Chapter GPA Spring 2012: 3.21