This page should answer many of the common questions about Phi Delta Alpha, Rush, etc. But please let us know if you have any other questions!
Rush is a series of events hosted by the sorority designated for individuals who are interested in the sorority.
During the rush period, there will be events designed for individuals to take a glimpse of the sorority. It will allow you to meet the sisters individually and get an idea of what Phi Dee is about. You are not obligated to join the sorority if you rush; it is simply a trial period to see if Phi Delta Alpha is right for you.
Rushing for Phi Delta Alpha is completely free of charge. There are no obligations, hidden contracts, or fees. Everything at the Rush events will be provided for you, including food and transportation, if needed.
Phi Dee is comprised of a diverse group of girls with various personalities and goals in life. Many of us come from different backgrounds, and therefore joined on the common desire to make the most of college.
Following the rush process, there will be an interview. After the interview, a bid will be extended to potential pledges. Upon accepting the bid, the “rushee” becomes a pledge within the sorority.
Pledging is an 8-week process in which you will learn about the traditions, history, and sisters of Phi Delta Alpha. During this period of your college experience, some of the best memories, everlasting friendships, and amazing bonds will be made.
Although pledging does take time, it is absolutely manageable. We completely understand that we are all here for our education foremost and will not ask you to compromise any academic priorities. We will also give you prior notice for taking off at work. We are very willing to work with your schedules.
Phi Delta Alpha offers a great chance for you to define yourself and make a mark at your university and your community. If you are willing to dedicate your time with the sorority, you will enter into a lifetime of friends and endless sisterhood.