Alpha Delta Pi Nickname: ADPi

National Website: www.alphadeltapi.org Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Open Motto: “We live for each other.” Mission Statement: Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility. Colors: Azure Blue and White Flower: Woodland Violet Symbols/Mascots: Alphic (the lion)

National Founding: May 15, 1851 Local Founding: 1967
New member Dues: $ 1040 Member Dues: - in house: $465/semester - out of house: $665/semester Housing Dues: $480/month High school GPA Requirement: 3.14

College GPA Requirement: 3.0 Philanthropy Money Raised : $8,000 Community Service Hours: 500

Alpha Omicron Pi Nickname AOPi
( you could possibly give them an asian theme since their mascot is the panda and their color is red) Colors: Cardinal Flower: Jacque Minol Rose

Symbols/Mascot: Panda Bear

National Founding January 2, 1897 Local Founding : September 11, 1985

Open Motto: “One motto, one badge, one bond, and singleness of heart.” Mission statement: Mission Statement
Alpha Omicron Pi is an international women's fraternity promoting friendship for a lifetime, inspiring academic excellence and lifelong learning, and developing leadership skills through service to the fraternity and community.

National website: www.alphaomicronpi.org
Their philanthropy is for Arthritis Research * New member dues --$909 * Member dues per semester --in house rates-$375 and out of house rates $625 * Housing rates --$480 * Housing Requirements- Exec officers live in the house, and all members are required to live in house one year (unless they have a mortgage or live at home) * GPA Requirement --High School 3.0, College 2.75 * Philanthropy money raised in the past year - over $2,500 * Chapter Community service hours in the past year- over 600 hours (each member is required to fulfill community service hours each semester) * Accomplishments in the past year: - 3rd place in Putting on the hits - 2nd place in cheer toss ‘n tumble and most spirited award - 1st place for Greek organization at relay for life - 2nd place Legends of the Inner Temple - 3rd place USF Homecoming - Intramural Sports champs - 1st place Spike It Up

- A sister was IIX of the year "AOII has made my college experience better than I could have ever imagined. I don’t think that college would be as great if I did not have these amazing women to share it with. This is my home away from home, where there is always a sister there for me whenever I need them most"

Chi Omega Nickname Chi- O

National website: www.chiomega.com Open Motto: “Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals.” Mission Statement: Chi Omega is a sisterhood that provides a network of friends and lifelong development for collegiate and alumnae members. Chi Omega is committed to personal integrity, excellence in academic and intellectual pursuits, inter-generational participation, community service, leadership opportunities and social enrichment.

Nationally Founded: April 5, 1895 Local Founding: October 19, 1968 Colors: Cardinal (red) and Straw (yellow)

Flower: White Carnation

Mascot: The Owl

Philanthropy: Make-A-Wish Foundation GPA Requirement: Fall 2.0 Freshmen Spring: 2.7 Upperclassmen: 2.5 Dues: New member dues: $988 Member Dues: In-house: $380 Out-of-House: $455 Housing Requirement: Must live in one year Housing Rates: $472/month Community Service Served: 320 hours Accomplishments: 3rd place AOPI Run for the Roses Delta Chi “Red Buff Cup” tournament champions 2nd place performance Sig Delt’s “Putting on the Hits” 3rd place DG Anchor Splash USF Homecoming Queen 2007: Holly Silverman

Champions of 2007 Bulls at Bat 3rd place Greek Week 2007 2nd place Overall Intramural Sports 2006-2007 Most Improved Chapter 2006-2007 Best Housing Corporation

DELTA GAMMA

National Website: www.deltagamma.org Open Motto: “Do Good.” Mission Statement: Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage;
continuity based on sound and tested principals of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty.

Philanthropy: Service for Sight Colors: Bronze, pink and blue

Flower: Rose

Symbols: Anchor

National founding: December 24, 1873 Local Founding: February 10, 1968 ♥ new member dues are $1,030 ♥ member dues per semester $690 ♥ Housing Requirement: One year Housing dues: $500 a month ♥ GPA Requirement: 2.5 in college and a 3.0 (high school gpa) school ♥ Philanthropy money raised: $11,400 raised in Fall 2007 ♥ Community Service hours :820 hours done in Fall 2007 ♥ Accomplishments 2nd place IM Football 1st place IM Soccer 2nd place IM Softball 1st place IM Basketball 2nd place Sigma Chi Derby Days Most Spirit at USF Ice Bulls Hockey Game 1st place Phi Delta Theta's Graffiti 1st place Phi Delta Theta Miss Athena Highest Attendance at Dance Marathon 2007 1st place ZTA Octobreastfest 2nd place SDT Putting on the Hits President of the Year Chapter Panhellenic Delegate of the year

♥ Testimonial- I have moved around the United States my entire life and I have never been welcomed with such open arms by a group of girls like I have been welcomed in Delta Gamma. It made my move easier and has created friendships that I will have for the rest of my life no matter where I live. ~Katie Barnes~

Kappa Delta Nickname Kay Dee

A possible theme could be Ireland since their color is green. National Website: www.kappadelta.org Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White Flower: White rose

Smbols: Dagger, Teddy Bear, Noutilus Shell and maybe have a pic of a teddy bear Open Motto: “Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.” Mission Statement:

Kappa Delta Sorority is a national organization for women

committed to:
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Inspiring our members to reach their full potential; Preparing our members for community service, active leadership and responsible citizenship; Creating opportunities for lifetime involvement through innovative and responsive programs, and strategic collaborations and partnerships; and Fostering the development of our time-honored values within the context of friendship.

National Founding: October 23, 1897 Local Founding: January 14, 1967 New Member Dues: Member Dues: Housing Rate: $650 $525/in house; $725/out of house $480

Housing Requirement:

When space is available there is a one year housing requirement. GPA Requirements: All Women’s Average Philanthropy $ Rose: 18,360* Community Service: 2,160 Accomplishments: 2006-2007 Chapter of the Year 2006-2007 Sorority of the Year 2006-2007 “Most Involved” 2006-2007 Panhellenic Service Project Champs 1st Place Intramurals: Flag Football, Softball, Golf, Track and Field 1st Place Homerun Derby 1st Place ADPi Fishing Tournament 1st Place Jr. Pan Philanthropy 2nd Place AOPi Run for the Roses 2nd Place Greek Week Skit 2nd Place Bulls at Bat Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse America Girl Scouts of America Orthopedic Research Awards Children’s Hospital Richmond Virginia

Famous Alumnae:

The Wedding Singer’s “Singing Grandma” Actress & Doroito’s girl – Ali Landry Artist Georgia O’Keeffe National President of Girl Scouts, Marjorie Culmer Cofounder of Vera Bradley, Patricia Miller Kappa Delta has helped me define who I really am. Now, after being in Kappa Delta I know who I truly am and can walk with confidence and pride in knowing that. Allison Kimball Kappa Delta has made me a more confident person, and given me some of the best memories of my college experience at USF. Barbara Hancock Kappa Delta has made me the leader I am today. It’s through KD that I got involved with so many entities on campus such as Student Government, Volunteer USF, and Homecoming enriching my experience as a USF Bull. Alecia Peacock

Testimonials:

*We will not have an actual Philanthropy dollars raised accurate number until the completion of our annual Shamrock Project: Big Man on Campus occurring in March 2008

SIGMA DELTA TAU Nickname: Sig Delt

National website: www.sigmadeltatau.org Open Motto: “One hope of many people.” Mission statement: The mission of Sigma Delta Tau is to enrich the college experience of women of similar ideals, to build lasting friendships and to foster personal growth. Sigma Delta Tau shall encourage each member to reach her fullest potential by providing intellectual, philanthropic, leadership and social opportunities within the framework of mutual respect and high ethical standards. Colors: Café au lait & old blue Flowers: Golden tea rose Symbols: teddy bear, the torch

National Founding: March 25, 1917 Local Founding: April 17, 1987 Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse America

New member dues: $950 Member dues: in-house $650 up front, $750 in cycles out- of – house: $900 up front, $1000 in cycles Housing rates: $516.67 Housing requirements: 2 years GPA requirements: new members 2.5 college, 3.0 high school active sisters 2.7 Philanthropy money: $ 12,000 Community service hours: ??? Accomplishments for 2007: 1st place Pi Kappa Alpha Benefit Breakfast, 1st place Sigma Chi Derby Days 1st place Delta Chi Legends of the InnerTemple 1st place Zeta Tau Alpha Next Top Model 1st place Delta Chi Red & Buff SoccerTournament 1st place Chi Omega Spike It Up 1st place Delta Gamma AnchorSplash 1st place Alpha Omicron Pi Run for the Roses Panhellenic MostOutstanding Philanthropy Award Panhellenic Inter-Fraternal Spirit Award Testimonial: Sorority life has made me come out of my shell and be more sociable with my peers and want to be involved with the civic community. It has also helped me to realize what true friendship and sisterhood really is and why having these sisters in my life makes it so much more exciting and meaningful. -Cassie Hanjian

Zeta Tau Alpha Nickname: Zeta National Website: www.zetataualpha.org Open Motto: “Seek the Noblest” Purpose: : The purpose of Zeta Tau Alpha is to intensify friendship, promote happiness among its
members, to perform such deeds, and to mould such opinions as will conduce to the building up of a purer and nobler womanhood in the world.

Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steal Grey Flower: White Violet

Symbols: Crown, Strawberry National Founding: October 15, 1898 Local Founding: February 7, 2004

Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness

New member dues: $958 Member Dues: Inhouse- $603 Dues: Out of House $803.00 Housing Requirement: N/A GPA 2.75+ Philanthrop money raised in past year: $8,000 Community Service hours: 60/ sister Accomplishments: 2007- Most Outstanding Service Award 2007- 2nd Place in nation for collecting lids for Yoplait “Save Lids to Save Lives” 2007- 1st Overall and Most Spirited Alpha Delta Pi “Rock the Mic”

2007- 3rd Place Overall Delta Chi “Hidden Temple Games” 2007- Pillar of the Community Award 2007- Greek Girl of the Year (Katie Ellinger) Quote- “Zeta has truly inspired me to be a well-rounded college student. It has taught me values and endurance I will take with me through out the rest of my life, and has introduced me to the world of friendship I never though possible!”- Tracye Ehrich

Delta Delta Nickname Tri Delta

National website: www.tridelta.org Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Flower: Pansy

Symbols: Dolphin, Star and Crescent National Founding: 1888 Local Founding: September 16, 1966 Open Motto: “ Let us steadfastly love one another.” Mission Statement: The purpose of Delta Delta Delta shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way.

-New Member dues: $1212.00 for a new members first semester in Tri Delta. -Member dues per semester (initiated member): $820.00 for out of house girls $630.00 for in house girls -Housing rates:

For 2008-2009 academic year: $540.00 per month
-Housing requirements: Each member must live in the house one year prior to graduation, as well as must have already lived in house or plan to live in house prior to becoming a Tri Delta officer. -GPA Requirements: 2.75 + Philanthropy: St. Jude Children’s Cancer Research -Philanthropy and money raised in the past year: Contributed $14,000 in the 2006-2007 academic year to St. Jude’s -Chapter Community service hours in the past year: Tri Delta contributes over 800 hours of community service between its members yearly. -Chapter Accomplishments: 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 Sisterhood of the Year (won 4 years in a row) Panhellenic Most Outstanding New Member Program Panhellenic Highest Single Sponsorship Panhellenic Highest Overall Sponsorship 1st Place Delta Gamma's "Anchor Splash" 1st Place Alpha Delta Pi's "Cheer, Toss & Tumble" 1st Place Alpha Omicron Pi "Rosebowl" 1st Place Alpha Delta Pi's "Cheer, Toss & Tumble" 1st Place Greek Week First Place Greek Week God/Goddess 1st place Greek Week Blood Drive 1st Place Spirit Award (Greek Unity) 3rd Place Phi Delta Theta's Graffitti for Gehrig Panhellenic Single Highest Recruitment Sponsor Panhellenic Most Recruitment Sponsors Panhellenic Outstanding Executive Member 1st Place Delta Gamma’s “Anchor Splash” Performance !st Place Pocket Change Sigma Delta Tau’s “Putting on the Hits” 1st Place Performance Sigma Delta Tau’s “Putting on the Hits”

-Testimonial: “Let us steadfastly love one another.”- The open motto for Tri Delta has held a true meaning not only my life, but to those of my sisters. Joining a Greek organization has helped me to experience all that I can at USF, but has also welcomed me into a second family. I find such

comfort in knowing that everyday I will always be surrounded by friends and family. – Shaina Farber