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Rho Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.

Public Profile

About This Organization

Abbreviation(s):
RDC
Purpose:
Rho Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. was established on January 17, 1991 as the first Asian American sorority at the University of California, Riverside. The sorority was formed by 14 women to unite females of different backgrounds through the bonds of sisterhood and to provide services in the best interests of the community as well as the University. Our Founding Mothers of the Alpha Chapter chose the letters of Rho Delta Chi in hopes to bring harmony among all ethnicities. Through sisterhood, we hope to nurture personal growth and self esteem as well as to provide an environment for social interaction. We offer scholarships and study guides which aid in academic achievement. Through philanthropy and other related activities, we hope to increase Asian Awareness and to assist communities in need. Through activities with fraternities and sororities on campuses, fundraisers, informals, formals, installation, and retreats, we hope to gain knowledge about each other and our diverse cultures.

Texas A&M University is home to Beta Chapter.
Year Founded:
Fall 1995
Membership Dues:
Depending on Length of Membership
Admits Members:
Sept. & Jan.
Meeting Locations:
TBA

Public Contact Information

Public Contact Name:
Christine Madamba
Public Contact E-mail Address:
RDC.BetaPresident@gmail.com
Public Contact Phone Number:
8324039819

Group Contact Information

Organization Web Site:
http://rhodeltachi.tamu.edu
Organization E-mail Address:
rhodeltachi@listserv.tamu.edu

Organization Associations

Academic Department:
General (No College)
Non-Academic Department:
Greek Life - Multicultural Greek Council

Membership

Approximate membership of the organization:
1-30
Membership policies:
  • Our organization accepts undergraduate students as members
  • Our organization membership will be required to meet specific GPR requirements
Weekly time committment required of organization members:
3-5 Hours
Membership intake process:
Open

Events

Community Service Projects:
Three or more times per semester
Fundraising Events:
Twice per semester
Speakers/Lectures:
Twice per semester
On-Campus Social Events:
Twice per semester
Off-Campus Social Events:
Twice per semester
Hosting Conferences:
Never
Sponsoring Special Events (Concerts, one-time events, etc.):
Once per semester
New Member Orientation/Training:
Once per semester
Events with Alcohol:
Never
In-State Travel:
Once per semester
Domestic US Travel:
Once per year
International Travel:
Never