"Power Through Understanding"
Delta Kappa Psi has a rich history and tradition of excellence at the University of Redlands. "Delta" is home to the best and brightest women Redlands has to offer, both past and present. Since its founding in 1910, the sorority has prided itself on being comprised of a diverse and unique group of women who strive to make a positive impact in all they do.
In addition to excelling academically, collegiate members of Delta maintain a strong presence in most major campus organizations with sisters holding leadership positions in many. Being a Delta today is about friendship, philanthropy, sisterhood, campus and community involvement, leadership, academics, and so much more!
And, as true "Bulldogs for life", Delta alumnae remain loyal donors to, and dedicated volunteers for, the University of Redlands. Deltas of all ages actively participate in "Bulldogs in Service" annually, and hold key positons on the Alumni Board of Directors and University Board of Trustees, among others.
We hope you will browse our website to learn more about life as a member of Delta Kappa Psi.
A Message from the Executive Council
The killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, among far too many others, are challenging each of us -- and the organizations to which we belong -- to meaningfully and candidly engage about race and confront racism.
Delta Kappa Psi joins all who condemn racism, hate, bigotry and violence. We grieve with the families and friends of those who have suffered injustice. As Deltas, we expect our members, both active and alumnae, to live up to our high ideals and to show the best qualities of character by being fair, inclusive and supportive. Racism, hate, bigotry and violence are in complete contradiction with our purpose and values.
Delta Kappa Psi is committed to providing education and resources that build cultural competence and to actively engage in conversations that challenge one another to be anti-racist. As members of Delta Kappa Psi, we cannot stand silently by as our communities and the world -- and even our own Delta sisters -- are impacted by violence and injustice. We call on our active and alumnae members to join us in standing against hate and take action to care for those who are harmed by racism.