The Rho Chapter of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. was charted at the University of Connecticut on April 10, 2016. Seven ladies: Bernice Sit, Kaitlyn McCarthy, Victoria Moun, Janet Zheng, Tiffany Hsu, Angela Villella, and Sylvia Wang came together with the help of Donna Chow, who transferred from the Alpha Chapter at the University of Georgia, to charter DPhiL on campus. Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. is an Asian inclusive, not Asian exclusive, sorority that advocates for Asian awareness, empowers women leaders, and forges Everlasting Sisterhood. We have over 1,700 Initiated Members, 23 Collegiate Chapters, and 5 Alumnae Chapters across the nation.
Message from the Chapter President
President: Elizabeth Moy
Expectations of Excellence Standings
|New Member GPA||3.206||N/A|
|Total Volunteer Hours||N/A||74.5|
|Overall Chapter Status||Grey||Grey|
|Semester||Fall 2022||Spring 2023|
|Updated: Jan 2023|
|Year Established at UConn:||2016|
|Nickname:||DPhiL, DFL, Dedicated Female Leaders®, Ladies in Navy Blue & Silver|
|Colors:||Navy Blue and Silver|
|Symbol:||Butterfly, Blue Rose|
|Philanthropy:||Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention|
|Motto:||"Let Our Light Shine Forth"|
|Signature Event:||DPhiL Week (Fall Semester), 3 C's Week (Spring Semester)|
2023 CFSD Arête Awards - Excellence in Chapter Operations
2021 CFSD Arête Awards - Outstanding Chapter Advisor, Janet Zheng
Interested in Delta Phi Lambda?
If you are interested in joining Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at UConn, feel free to reach out to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a recruitment period every Fall and Spring semester where we hold open events for all interests! You can be in any year to join our sorority and we are a diverse chapter, so you do not need to be Asian to join.
All interested in joining a fraternity or a sorority at UConn must complete The First Step: An Orientation for Potential New Members and pass the quiz with a score of 20. Once you have completed the orientation, we encourage you to reach out to the chapter to find out more information about membership.
Organizational Conduct History
No findings of responsibility.