Chapter: Alpha Sigma Alpha- ΑΣΑ
Values: Balance, Generosity, Growth, Integrity, Relationships, Responsibility, and Enjoymen
Philanthropy: Special Olympics, Girls on the Run, the S. June Smith Center, and the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation.
Colors: Crimson, Pearl White, Palm Green, and Gold
Founded at UD in: 1972
Chapter Instagram: @asa_delaware
Involvement: The sisters of Alpha Sigma Alpha host a haunted house with Lambda Fraternity to raise money for UDance. They transform the Lambda chapter house into a haunted house for students to enter.. if they dare. The ASA sisters also host a trivia night with Theta Chi Fraternity to raise money for the philanthropy they both share: The Special Olympics. These women also host a fashion show every spring to raise money for Girls on the Run.
Sisterhood: The bond of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sisterhood is a light that burns passionately in each sister. They embrace a unique relationship based on friendship, respect, and a shared vision. Wherever they go, and no matter how long ago they were initiated, each sister is connected and important to the sorority. Our sisterhood is one of a kind. Whether its zoom workout classes, picnics on the green , finals week study sessions, or photoshoots outside of Memorial Hall, there is always something to do with the amazing sisters of ASA!
Words from the Chapter President: "In all aspects of my life, Alpha Sigma Alpha has made me a stronger, more confident woman. It’s helped me strive academically, participate in community service, and pursue leadership opportunities I never thought were possible. This chapter has given me my future roommates, best friends and bridesmaids. I am honored to be a part of such a strong empowering group of women and will always live by our national motto: "Aspire. Seek. Attain."
Kristen Rutecki, Chapter President
HEAR IT FROM THE SISTERS:
"Finding my home with ASA has brought so many amazing people into my life! The endless love and support has been amazing and created life-long friendships!"
-Mackenzie Lally, Dedicated Member
"My chapter has motivated me and pushed me more than I could ever imagine. It's allowed me to grow and expand my strengths. My chapter has also showed me the importance of friendship and creating connections. These new relationship have made me finally feel like UD is where I belong."
-Mia Mazal, Past Risk Chair & Past Diversity and Inclusion Chair