We are glad you are here! The Alpha Psi chapter of DeeGee is comprised of incredibly talented, diverse, and accomplished young women, each of whom brings something special to our chapter. Through sisterhood activities, social events, philanthropies, scholastic enrichment, and community service, Delta Gamma offers a place for each individual’s personal growth.
P R E S I D E N T ‘ S N O T E
Hey Y’all! I’m so thrilled that you’re visiting our new and improved website! Regardless of if you’re in high school, a collegian, or an alumna, I am thrilled to give you some insight into the Alpha Psi chapter of Delta Gamma! From going through recruitment freshman year to finding my future bridesmaids (I know that sounds really cliché, but it’s so true), Delta Gamma has given me a home and a family when I needed it most.
Without the encouragement of my chapter, I feel that I would have missed numerous opportunities to get involved on campus and to grow into the individual that I am today. The way Delta Gamma invests in each of its members, the friendships I’ve made, and the way my sisters challenge me to be the best that I can be, is what makes Delta Gamma my home away from home.
As Delta Gammas we pride ourselves in our service to our campus, community and our philanthropies: Service for Sight and Gallant Hearts Guide Dog Center. Delta Gamma at Ole Miss is also represented campus-wide in non-Greek organizations and leadership positions such as Columns Society, Orientation Leaders, Diamond Girls, various honors societies and numerous other campus organizations. I’m excited that I have the chance to share with you how much that means to me!
L O V E L E T T E R S
“I knew that I loved DG from the moment I walked in the house on Greek Day! The DG house is my absolute favorite place on campus, and I know that the sisters I have gained will be my friends for life.”
– Annabelle Fortune [Peachtree City, Georgia]
“Delta Gamma has given me my home away from home at Ole Miss. I eat my meals here, I study here, and I have created long lasting memories with my best friends here. As cliche as it may sound, DG has given me my sisters, and for that, I am forever grateful.”
– Alyssa Dowell [New Orleans, Louisiana]
“My favorite memory of DG would have to be the moment I decided that these were the kind of girls I wanted as sisters. On skit night of Recruitment Week, I practically fell on tiny Jennifer Mitchell, a stranger to me at the time, when I tripped over a brick in my heels and broke my pearl bracelet on the front steps. As I entered the mass chaos inside the house, I began to cry. So many girls stopped jumping and cheering to come help the embarrassed girl; they dried my tears and made me laugh with embarrassing stories of their own. My favorite thing about DG would have to be the precious, genuine girls that have continued to make me smile every day since then. Now as a Senior, I am so proud to say that I am still surrounded by girls who continuously pick me up when I am down and make me laugh every single day!”
– Kellie McClelland [New Albany, Mississippi]
“Delta Gamma feels like family. The girls are all so genuine and loving, so I love being able to call DG my home.”
– Hailey Strother [Little Rock, Arkansas]
“My favorite DG memory was Bid Day 2014. I remember seeing the anchor on my bid day card, and then I started sprinting towards the ‘Big White House’. I was the first new member of my pledge class to show up to the house, and the Daily Mississippian even captured a photo of it. I still have the photo, and I remember how happy I was to finally become a Delta Gamma!”
– Ellie Waugh [Fairway, Kansas]