Southwestern Sororities

Southwestern has a dynamic Sorority community that attracts about a third of the student population to its six chapters. As a member of a sorority, our students are offered a home away from home where they can make friends, develop as leaders, serve their local community, and focus on academics. During an average year, our community completes approximately 3,000 service hours in the greater Georgetown and Austin communities. That’s an average of twelve hours per student. Please explore these pages to learn more about why so many students choose to be part of the Sorority Life community at Southwestern. Discover which SU sorority might be the best fit for you.

Alpha Delta Pi - Zeta Chapter
Contact: President Alison Theile
National Website 
Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility. The Zeta chapter at Southwestern was founded in 1907 and is the second oldest chapter of Alpha Delta Pi.

Alpha Kappa Alpha, Incorporated® - Upsilon Alpha Chapter
Contact: Adivsor - Dr. Alicia Moore
About the Chapter | National Website
Founded in 1908, the purpose of AKA is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards; promote unity and friendship among college women; alleviate problems concerning girls and women; maintain a progressive interest in college life; and to provide service to all mankind.

Alpha Xi Delta - Theta Lambda Chapter
Contact: President Haley Renshaw
Chapter Website | National Website 
Alpha Xi Delta inspires women to realize their potential by providing opportunities for sisterhood, leadership, knowledge, and service. Since its founding in 1893, Alpha Xi Delta has grown into a strong organization consisting of more than 162,000 initiated members. Video about the chapter from the 2020 Virtual Student Organization Fair.

Delta Delta Delta - Theta Epsilon Chapter
Contact: President Madeline Bollinger
Chapter Website | National Website 
Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, founded in 1888, began as an organization concerned with the growth and development of the college woman and has evolved into a leader among sororities. Brief video of a Delta Delta Delta alumnus from Southwestern on her experience in a sorority. 

Kappa Delta Chi
Contact: President Aspen Coriz-Romero
National Website
 
Purpose: to promote service, sisterhood, and the core values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership among women at Southwestern University.

Zeta Tau Alpha - Lambda Chapter
Contact: President Sydney O’Connell
Chapter Website | National Website 
An international women’s fraternity founded October 15, 1898 at the State Female Normal School in Farmville, Virginia. The Lambda Chapter at Southwestern was installed in 1906.