By JENELLE GREWELL
Kappa Delta, the third of four sororities, presented its extension bid presentation on Friday, Feb. 25. Prior to Friday, Alpha Chi Omega presented their extension bid on Wednesday, Feb. 23, and Alpha Gamma Delta presented their extension bid on Monday, Feb. 21.
The sororities presented their philanthropies, values and reasons a chapter from their sorority would be good for APSU.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta’s International Extension Specialist, Hilary Zimmerman said,“We find out how women want to impact the world and help them do that.
Our vision statement is to ‘Inspire the woman. Impact the world.’”
If chosen to come to APSU, the colony will take a three step approach to becoming a secure colony on campus.
Alpha Chi Omega
The goal of Alpha Chi Omega is “helping women be the best they can be,” said Marsha Gray, Alpha Chi Omega’s national president.
The Alpha Chi Omega chapter president from Vanderbilt University Kate Williams said Alpha Chi Omega will have a positive influence on campus through community and campus involvement.
Kappa Delta’s presentation started off with a quote on their slideshow reading “Where community matters.”
Betty Mulkey, national vice president of Kappa Delta, said she thinks Kappa Delta coming to APSU would be an easy transition because Kappa Deltas already
have long lasting relationships with the sororities currently established on campus and they are prepared and experienced for colonization.
Alpha Omicron Pi will be presenting their extension bid on Wednesday, March 2. A decision will be made by Panhellenic Council after spring break. TAS