Tri Delta is an assembly of women with shared values where you can be yourself and belong to something bigger. We are brave, bold and kind. We are passionate about serving others, committed to becoming the best version of ourselves and dedicated to helping women live, learn and lead – with Purpose – for a lifetime.
Letter from our Chapter President Olivia Keomoungkhoun:
Your path in life is dependent on the choices you make. At the end of your high school career, it starts with what you want to be. And then come the questions. What are you going to study? Where are you going to go to school? Who will you be once you get there?
When I was 18, nothing in my life was set in stone. I had no idea what I wanted to study, I was choosing between two different schools, and there was nothing definitive about who I was, let alone who I wanted to be. When you are 18, you are expected to know these things about yourself. You are expected to make choices that affect the rest of your life. Of all the things I was unsure of, I knew recruitment at UT Dallas would be the first step in answering at least a few of the questions I had for myself.
I chose Tri Delta to be part of a steadfast sisterhood. I chose Tri Delta because I wanted to surround myself with women that would embrace my differences. These sisters are motivated, loving, kind, funny, generous, and bold. They remind me how we are so different, and yet, we unite under one purpose. Throughout my membership, I have watched myself become a leader that is capable of accomplishing any task with the help of my sisters.
These women helped me answer those questions I had for myself about my future. It was with the guidance of my sisters that I joined clubs and organizations that would soon lead to me finally declaring my major, applied for internships and job opportunities, and found who I was.
The Epsilon Theta chapter has become enveloped in every aspect of my life, and as you take a look around this website, I hope you will understand why. I encourage you to learn more about who we are, what we stand for, and why we chose Tri Delta.
Collegiate Chapter President