•  Meet Tri Delta's 2014 Pledge Class: Gamma Beta!


    To Potential New Members:
    My name is Lizzie Basalyga and I am the Vice President of Membership for Tri Delta.  On behalf of Tri Delta’s Beta Nu chapter, I want to express our excitement and anticipation for recruitment 2014! The recruitment process is my favorite part of being a woman in the Greek community. Recruitment highlights all of the things that I treasure most about Greek life including philanthropy, involvement opportunities, and lifelong sisterhood.
    My decision to go Greek was one of the best choices I have made throughout my collegiate career, and I am confident that women in every chapter will tell you the same.  Each of Virginia Tech’s 12 chapters is full of amazing and diverse women. These women are constantly striving to strengthen their chapter, and by extension, they strengthen our community. It will soon be evident to you that joining such a successful and supportive community will enhance your collegiate experience.
    I encourage you to visit the Virginia Tech Panhellenic website for more information about the process, and I hope to see you next January! Feel free to look through this site to get a feel for the chapter that I am so lucky to be a part of.  It is a place where I have found a second home, a cause to be proud of, and my dearest friends.  Please contact me if you have any additional questions regarding Greek life or Tri Delta!
    Delta Love and All of Mine,



  • Letters of Reference


    We greatly appreciate and encourage Tri Delta alumnae to submit letters of reference and legacy introductions for potential new members. Both the reference form and legacy introduction form can be downloaded from Tri Delta’s national website.  Please email our 2013 Reference Chair, Jillian Jaworek, with any questions at, and mail completed forms to:


    Delta Delta Delta

    ATT: Reference Chair #8232;

    100 SPH-G

    Blacksburg, VA