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A LETTER FROM OUR vp:membership

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Hi everyone! My name is Haley Wolf and I am so excited to be serving Delta Iota this year as the Vice President of Membership. I know recruitment can be intimidating, but I am striving to be a source of light and love as the chapter navigates these busy times. We are getting ready and cannot wait to see you come through our home this August! 

Growing up I always heard about my mom’s time involved in greek life, and how she made such amazing memories spending time with her sisters. I knew I wanted to be a part of something like that when I got to college, and luckily for me, UGA had a lot of greek life to offer. I was so nervous to go through recruitment, but luckily my freshman year roommate and I went through it together so I didn’t feel completely alone. Those early mornings and long days felt so daunting at the time, but knowing the friendships and opportunities I have been given being in a sorority, I would do it 1000 times over. As an out-of-state student,

I was scared I would be at a disadvantage not knowing anyone prior to going through the process, but that was never the case. Every woman I met, in my house or not, made me feel welcome, accepted, and appreciated in their home. At the end of the week, when my same freshman year roommate and I stepped off the bus together at Delta Gamma, I couldn’t have been happier with my choices, and I knew whatever happened, I had a group of women to back me up. 

Joining Delta Gamma was the single most character-building thing I have done at UGA thus far. I am no longer the same shy freshman who walked through the doors in Tate Grand Hall to greet her gamma chi group. My confidence has bloomed, my passion for leading has excelled, and my love for a group of women has expanded much larger than I ever thought it could. As you take the next steps on your journey at UGA, know that there is a place for you on this campus. Whether that place is in Delta Gamma, another greek organization, a club, a ministry, or wherever you might find yourself, you are here for a reason. I could not be more excited to meet everyone come August, and I wish you the best of luck as you navigate finding your home at UGA. Regardless of where this path might lead you, I hope you feel as loved and accepted by Delta Gamma as I have.



Haley Wolf

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