Honorary

 

The distinction of Honorary Membership within Mu Delta Alpha is granted under closely-looked circumstances by the Founding Mothers Honorary Membership is extended to a strong group of sisters who have shown support and leadership that Mu Delta Alpha wants in a member. These members believe in the mission, vision and values of our sorority, privilege of membership unto sisters of great character who are not enrolled as students at a campus where Mu Delta Alpha has an active chapter or colony. Honorary Members enjoy all the rights afforded alumni members of the chapter into which they are initiated.

 

Denise Carvin

Saffia Meek

Brandi kassem

Sadia Ahmed

Samira Khan

Kimberly Rolla

Sadia Karamat Syed

Undergrad Chapter

  • Must be full-time undergraduate student where the campus chapter is located
  • Must at least complicated one grading period at the university where she attends
  • C+ is equivalent to a 2.50 on a 4.0 scale if the school does not have a plus or minus on the grading scale
  • Must attend 3 of the rush events put together by Mu Delta Alpha.
  • Must be in good standing at the university
  • Must have an updated Resume and a headshot

Graduate Membership

  • Members must have completed a baccalaureate degree, with a minimum of a c+ or a graduate or professional degree (Ph.D., M.D., J.D., etc.) from an accredited college or university.
  • C+ in a scale of 4.0 is equivalent 2.5 GPA.
  • We are looking for talented members who believe in Mu Delta Alpha vision and mission and our core values and who will advance our growth and stability.
  • Alumni Membership will be opened once a year.

Junior MΔA

Membership will be open once a year, the ages for J MΔA 12-17 years of age.
The mission of Junior MΔA is to empower and mentor young women from Middle School to High School. Junior MDA members will be participating in a unique program that will help build:

Process

 

  • Collect Resume
  • Short Video about yourself minimum 1 Min
  • Letter

 

Step 2

 

  • Interview with Participant
  • Parent interview

 

Step 3

 

  • Information session
  • Meet the facilitators and program objective
  • Mail letters