FROM THE CHAPTER
Since joining DG last fall, I have found friends that encourage and push me to be the best version of myself. Everyday I am amazed and thankful for the amazing women that I get to call my sisters. I’m counting down the days until I get to move into the house and make even more memories with the best gals!! LITB" 2022
Class of 2022
"When I was going through rush I looked at other girls in other houses and thought "Wow I want to be them,” but at Delta Gamma I thought to myself "Wow, I already am them." The girls are genuinely the best versions of themselves, and I hold myself to a higher standard because I look up to and respect every sister that I have. I can't see myself being anywhere else!"
Class of 2021
"Going to school 800 miles away from home where I knew absolutely nobody was definitely intimidating and I was worried about finding my place. DG gave me that home away from home that I was looking for! A place where I knew I could go to be unconditionally loved and appreciated. I have met my best friends and made some of my favorite memories here at DG, and I now can't imagine my life without it."
Class of 2020
"I love DG because of everything it stands for and the women that are a part of it, constantly making it better day by day. I know I have made some of my very best friends here and learned so much more than any class could ever teach me. I never imagined myself as a member of a sorority but now I can’t imagine myself without it."
Class of 2019
During recruitment, DG was my #1, and I knew in my heart that I didn't belong anywhere else. Each girl I met was so down to earth and welcoming. From running on the lawn on bid day until now, I haven't met one sister that I haven't clicked with. Whether I'm having an amazing day or a really sucky day, there's always someone to talk to or a memory to be made with my sisters.
Class of 2021
Delta Gamma has given me a family after moving out of state for college. I've made friends I know are going to be lifelong and I've made memories I will cherish forever. In the one year I've been a member of DG I've grown as a young woman and become a better person because my sisters are always inspiring me to do good. DG has become my home away from home and I am so thankful I chose this sisterhood.
Class of 2022
"Delta Gamma has provided me with the community and sisters I always wished for yet never had. They challenge me to be unapologetically myself and to pursue the ambitions I traditionally would consider myself unqualified for. I've experienced a love like no other and I've met empowering, phenomenal women that I hope to keep in my life forever. I cannot imagine what my first year at UGA would be like had I not wandered my way into Delta Gamma."
"A year ago, I never imagined myself in a sorority. In fact, people from my hometown still look at me in disbelief when I tell them I’m Greek. The first couple months after bid day, I had a really hard time adjusting and being so far from my family (and missing the great state of Texas). One day, a girl who I only knew for being as loud and opinionated as I was asked me to go study in east campus with her and her friend group. From that day, Mak and Liz took me in and really took care of me. Through all my cry fits and boy drama, they, along with the entirety of this sorority, have been my constant support and random hugs just because. Delta Gamma is full of women who constantly build each other up and work to make each other strong. It’s a group of women who I’ve learned I wouldn’t trade for the world, who I’m CONSTANTLY grateful for, who make me see light on some of the darkest days."
"As basic and sorority girl-esq as this may sound the reason I love Delta Gamma is because of my big. When I transferred to UGA I wanted to try something new and meet new people, little did I know that I'd join a sorority and meet one of my most favorite people and my best friend, Lila. Lila is the older sister I never had but always wanted, my confidant, role model, froomie, and pizza-loving other half, I couldn't be more thankful for DG bringing such a bright light into my life and helping me find my home at UGA."