Alpha Gamma Delta

Epsilon Psi Chapter at University of Texas at Dallas

Academics

We realize our members are students first, and we want to see them succeed academically. As a Fraternity, we provide education to our scholarship officers on utilizing campus resources for academic assistance and encourage them to consistently evaluate their chapter’s activities in order to make sure the member experience is fostering an environment that champions academic success.  Learn more

While being a part of a sorority is full of fun and friendships, Alpha Gamma Delta also strives to enhance the academic life of our members. Scholarship is the highest standard that Epsilon Psi Chapter holds itself to and encourages all of our members to succeed in. To keep our sisters accountable, our Vice President Scholarship prepares an academic plan each year and seeks to provide our members with the best resources possible to excel in their classes and future careers. She serves as the main contact for our members to seek for help regarding any academic issues they may be facing and provides scholastic programming in many chapter meetings. Alpha Gamma Delta has made a commitment to academic excellence for the individual and the chapter and we have set goals to ensure that academic achievement remains a priority.

Order of Omega

Order of Omega is a Greek Honor Society that seeks to honor leaders within the Greek community who have shown dedication and success in their academics and leadership. Alpha Gamma Delta is very proud to have members of our chapter involved in and recognized by this great organization.

Scholarships

Academic scholarships are awarded annually to Alpha Gamma Delta members in Good Standing, attending school full-time according to an institutional transcript. Scholarships in the amounts ranging from $500 to $2,500 are available for members.

Scholarships are available for members:

Of specific chapters
In a particular field of study
From a specific geographical area

PLUS general scholarships are available to:

Collegiate members in their Junior or Senior year, regardless of chapter or field of study.
Alumnae members in a graduate program, regardless of chapter or field of study.