Alpha Gamma Delta
Since its founding in 1904, the members of Alpha Gamma Delta have striven to uphold and surpass the principles of sisterhood set forth by their 11 founding members. Making their mark on campus, the sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta have excelled in academics and leadership roles at the university and in the community. Just a few of the activities that Alpha Gam sisters participate in are Relay for Life, University Union, Georgettes, competition cheerleading and the Student Government Organization. Sisters believe that involvement in their school and community further enhances their experience at the University of Georgia.
Each year Alpha Gamma Delta raises money for the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation which funds research for diabetes, camps for juvenile diabetes and many other programs to fight the disease. For the past several years, the girls have organized a benefit concert at Athens' historic Georgia Theatre. For three years in a row Sister Hazel came to play and in 2007, Taylor Swift played two sellout concerts to raise more than $2,700 for the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation.
First founded at Syracuse University in 1904, the Gamma Alpha chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was installed at the University of Georgia in 1923. The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta have a unique bond resulting from their many social and philanthropic events such as the sisterhood retreat in the fall, themed socials throughout the year and Relay for Life in the spring. Alpha Gamma Delta welcomes you to the University of Georgia and looks forward to meeting you during Recruitment!.
The sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta welcome you to the University of Georgia and look forward to meeting you during Rush.
Alpha Gamma Delta
530 S. Milledge Ave.
Athens, GA 30605
Nickname: Alpha Gam
Natonal Founding: Syracuse University, May 30, 1904
Colors: Red, Buff, and Green
Flower: Red and Buff Roses
Symbol: 14 Pearls
Magazine: The Alpha Gamma Delta