FAQ

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Why should I join Delta Psi Delta?

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Going Greek is an experience in and of itself! Greek life at Western is the opportunity to build bonds and make friendships that will last you a lifetime. Delta Psi Delta is a Canadian National Sorority that takes pride in supporting the Greek and local communities, as well as our sisterhood. The sorority is comprised of determined young women who achieve academic success; generously give back to their communities; and whom we are proud to call our sisters. By joining Delta Psi Delta you will gain valuable leadership skills, exceptional friendships, and the experience of a lifetime.

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How do I join the Delta Chapter of Delta Psi Delta? What is Recruitment?

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Any female undergraduate Western student interested in joining our sorority is invited to participate in either our Fall or Winter recruitment process. Recruitment is your opportunity to meet the active sisters of our Greek organization and figure out if it is the right fit for you. During recruitment we keep our Potential New Members busy with a variety of social and philanthropic events including: Meet and Greets, Crafting, Tea Parties, Board Game Nights, and much more! Contact our Recruitment Chair at dpsidwestern@gmail.com for more information.

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I am from King’s/Brescia/Huron University College and not in first year, am I still eligible?

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Delta Psi Delta proudly welcomes girls from all of Western’s affiliated colleges! Recruitment is open to any woman who is pursuing her undergraduate degree. As such, you do not have to be in first year to join, but the sooner you join the sooner you can start your journey with Delta Psi Delta!

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Are academics important?

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Delta Psi Delta takes academics very seriously and our sisters strive for academic excellence. Academic commitments, such as assignments, midterms and exams, will always be taken into consideration when scheduling events and activities. Our Scholarship Chair ensures that sisters are receiving the academic support they need throughout the year by booking study rooms, planning study sessions, creating playlists, and providing academic and personal support resources. Additionally, all sisters make an active effort to support each other by studying together, sharing notes, and simply being there for one another during stressful exam times.

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Is it expensive to join?

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All Greek organizations are required to pay dues. Delta Psi Delta believes in quality over quantity and compared to international sororities our dues are significantly lower. You will see first hand where your money is going throughout the year. If you have any questions regarding dues, or if you would like to discuss a payment plan, then you may contact our Treasurer at dpsidwestern@gmail.com

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What happens after Recruitment?

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You become a New Member! For approximately 6-8 weeks you will be in New Member Period, during which time you will learn the history, traditions and pillars of our organization, and will work toward becoming an active sister of Delta Psi Delta.

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How much time does it require?

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New Members should expect to commit 2-8 hours per week during their New Member Period. As a Chapter we hold mandatory weekly meetings that run 1-2 hours in length. The sorority also hosts several social, philanthropy and sisterhoods events throughout the year. At the end of the day the more time you put in the more you will get from the entire sorority experience.