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Delta Phi Lambda® continues to innovate and excel, developing national programming and events that actively support the growth, education, health, and well-being of our members.


We also empower our members to develop their own programming and events that positively impact their campuses, fraternal communities, and greater surrounding communities.


Read on to learn about some of these exciting offerings below.

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Our chapters host several signature events throughout the year. Through these various programs, our Sisters have helped enrich their campuses and local communities by providing a welcoming atmosphere for everyone to gather and discuss issues that pertain to Asian awareness, empowering women leaders, and osteoporosis prevention and awareness.


  • Taste of Diversity Culture Show (UGA Chapter) - This event celebrates the diversity on campus, consisting of performances from on-campus and Athens/Atlanta-based cultural group, authentic Asian food served from different nations, and a pageant to crown "Mr. Diversity."

  • Stroll Your Bones Off (GSU Chapter) - This event is a stroll competition that raises money and awareness for our national philanthropy, osteoporosis prevention and awareness.


  • Iron Chef (UCF Chapter) - This event encourages groups to compete in a cooking competition where they must cook a three course meal with a secret ingredient of our choice. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place wins a cash prize that they may donate to a philanthropy of their choice.

  • Urban Expressions (DePaul Chapter) - This event exposes attendees to fresh, unique performers that express themselves through step-shows, spoken words, hip-hop dances, vocalists, and others performances. This is the time for an outreach and networking of communities to come together, celebrate, and express the significance of being urban.


  • Stroll Competition (Emory Chapter) - This event is a stroll competition that promotes Greek unity and allows non-Greek members at Emory to have a taste of Greek Life pride.


  • Global Gala (GVSU Chapter) - This event features a variety of exciting performances by student organizations to showcase the diversity at Grand Valley State University.


  • Unity Feast (Loyola Chapter) - This event encourages attendees to bring canned goods in exchange for a plate of food. All donations are made to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

  • Asian Exploration (UWF Chapter) - This event celebrates different cultures and communities by collaborating with other student organizations through performances, good, and other activities.

  • Moonlight Masquerade Charity Ball (UNCC Chapter) - This event is a prom event, which celebrates our national philanthropy and helps raise money and awareness for the cause.

  • Mr. Blue Rose (UNL Chapter) - This event is a pageant to fundraise for our national philanthropy and spread awareness for Osteoporosis. The crowned pageant winners receive a prize fund to donate to their foundation of choice.

Chapter Programs


We strive to continue developing Sisters into Dedicated Female Leaders®. We provide personal and professional opportunities for Sisters to enrich their experiences through nationally led programs. 

National Programs


Our annual National Convention is a forum where Sisters from around the U.S. unite to bring culturally diverse perspectives to teach, learn, and reflect amongst each other. During convention, we conduct Sorority business, learn about new programs and initiatives, recognize chapter and individual excellence, invest in our own personal and professional development, and most importantly, strengthen the bonds of Everlasting Sisterhood®. 


Midyear Regional Retreats are annual weekend gatherings which bring Collegiate Members together to engage in a variety of Sisterhood activities and events to bond with other Sisters in the region. The retreats provide valuable programming activities that enhance personal and professional development.  Additionally, the retreats serve as a forum for members to discuss chapter operations, share best practices, and collaborate with one another.

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National Service Week is held annually in the second week of September. The goal of this week is to foster a sense of unity and commitment among our members while highlighting the importance of giving back to society. Throughout the week, we recognize and celebrate the outstanding service efforts of our members and chapters. Our aim is to inspire personal connections to service and drive further engagement in the communities that each member serves.


January is National Mentoring Month and in honor of this month, we participate in a mentorship program that aims to connect current collegiate students with alumnae on matters including academics, career, and leadership and personal development.

Learn more about the National Alumnae Association >

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