Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. seeks women of high moral and ethical standards who will stand as exemplary leaders displaying wisdom, integrity, kindness, elegance, grace, poise and innovation in all areas of life through service to family, community and our sisterhood.
Invitations into Soroship in Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. shall be extended only to candidates who meet the following minimum criteria, and other specific criteria, as stated in the Constitution and Bylaws of Delta Rho Eta and the official Delta Rho Eta Application for Sororship.
Minimum Sororship Criteria:
Must have been born a female and be of at least 21 years of age.
Must be of high ethical and moral character.
Must be a registered voter.
Must demonstrate involvement in public service initiatives.
Must be actively employed, self employed or attending an institution of higher learning.
Must not be a member of, nor expelled from, any greek letter organization including religion based sororities, military based sororities or LGBT based sororities.
Must complete the Delta Rho Eta Official Intake Process and all intake requirements.
Sororship in Delta Rho Eta shall be granted to women who have accepted the invitation to become a soror of Delta Rho Eta AND have been duly initiated by any chapter of Delta Rho Eta AND who are financial, both nationally and at the chapter level.
Definitions of Sororship Status
Active - Active Sororship is defined as: Any Soror who is a fully initiated member of Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. in good standing.
Inactive - Inactive Sororship is defined as: Any fully initiated Soror who has not satisfied all conditions for continued Active Status. Each Inactive Soror is required to pay all outstanding fees and satisfy all other requirements of Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. prior to being eligible for reinstatement. Inactive status of a Soror disqualifies the individual from participating in any and all Sorority activities, in any capacity, until restored to good standing by the Sorority.
Suspended - Suspended from Sororship is defined as: Any Soror who has displayed behavior that is unbecoming of a member of Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. as defined by the Constitution, Bylaw, rules and regulations of Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. Suspension of a member disqualifies the individual from participating in any and all Sorority activities, in any capacity, until restored to good standing by the Sorority.
Revoked - Revocation from Sororship is defined as: Any Soror permanently removed from affiliation with Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. by decision of the Sorority. All rights and privileges as a member of Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. are rescinded without any further consideration. The Soror cannot reapply for acceptance into Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc.
Resigned - Resignation of Sororship is defined as: Any Soror who, in writing, has willingly ended her affiliation with Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. Sorors who formally resign from Sororship with the sorority end their affiliation effective immediately and without any further considerations. The Soror cannot reapply for acceptance into Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc.
By uniting individual efforts, Delta Rho Eta Sorority, Inc. is building the foundation of a strong and determined sisterhood that positively impacts the lives of women, children, families and communities locally and nationally. Our success and growth, in such a short period of time, is due to the dedication, commitment, vision and confidence of our Sorors and the communities who actively support us.
Establishing a new Delta Rho Eta Sorority chapter is a multifaceted undertaking from establishment to management to intake of new members to fulfilling our duties of service within the community.
Extension opportunities arise in a variety of ways including requests from existing Sorors and requests from potential Sorors.
When an opportunity exists, our Governing Body considers a range of criteria such as: the likelihood of the success of the chapter, geographic location of the chapter, population and demographics of the new city, strength of existing and/or potential new Sorors and support for the potential new chapter from within the local community. Starting a chapter requires vision, determination, commitment and support before during and after the process.
To learn more about expansion opportunities within your geographic location, please contact us at email@example.com.
"Service and Sisterhood Above Self"