Delta Gamma

Letter from Recruitment Chair

 

Welcome to fall recruitment 2019! As vp: membership of Delta Gamma at Tennessee Tech, I would like to encourage each and every woman to experience recruitment. Greek life will open so many doors for your future and let you experience things in your life you would have never expected! Many people go Greek to meet new people, have fun, and be outgoing, but they stay for the traditions, leadership, and the everlasting bonds. From the college years of making friends and memories, to landing that awesome first job post-graduation due to an alumni connection: being a member of the Greek community has its advantages. We strive to make loyal and confident leaders for the world. Greek is all about having fun, but we have a deeper goal overall, and that is to be a good person for the world we live in. 

Delta Gamma has made me the woman I am today and has taught me so much about life and myself. It doesn’t change who you are, but shows you the potential of what you can do in life! I have found friends I know will be a part of my life forever, it’s crazy how the saying “It’s not four years, but for life” is so true. I look around at our alumni and see the bonds they made years ago in college still linger today. 

We cherish our values of loyalty, friendship, and honor. Our sisters strive every day to not only go out into the world, but to go out and “Do Good”. Life’s roughest storms prove the strength of our anchors. Our anchors are our sisters, so we know that anything that comes our way can be handled because nothing stands against us as long as we stand together. 

As head of recruitment for my chapter, I could only hope to recruit more sisters who want the same things in life as we do. When making the decision on “Should I go Greek?” I can say without a doubt that your answer should be yes! 

Note to the women going through recruitment:

This will be one of the most exciting, fun, and stressful weeks of your life! You will meet so many different women that really want to listen and understand your values in life. My advice to you is to have fun, ask as many questions possible, and just enjoy it. Delta Gamma sisters are funny, talented, and understanding women that just want to get to know you. We are so excited to meet all the new women that are going to through recruitment! If you would like more information on Delta Gamma, check out our national website: http://www.deltagamma.org . For more information on signing up for recruitment, go to: http://www.tntech.edu/greek, or visit our Greek life office located in the Roaden University Center on campus.

Sincerely,

Kate Hughes