Letter From the President

Welcome to the Theta Delta chapter of Tri Delta at the University of Oregon!

Growing up my mom always told me that college is where you “find your people”. When I began my freshman year at the University of Oregon I decided to register for Panhellenic Recruitment for this exact reason. But never in my wildest dreams did I expect that the virtual conversations I had with Tri Delta women on the floor of my dorm room during a global pandemic would lead me to my best friends, my most cherished memories, and the most rewarding experience I could have ever imagined. 

My membership in Tri Delta has been a constant guiding light throughout my college experience and has pushed me to become a better friend, leader, sister, and community member. From the moment I received my bid, I was instantly greeted by 150 other women who encouraged me to succeed in the classroom, who challenged me to think outside the box, and above all, women who empower each other. 

Tri Delta has provided countless opportunities for our members to lead, serve our community, and connect with alumni. Our chapter truly embodies and upholds Tri Delta’s values of truth, self-sacrifice, and friendship through philanthropy events to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Our members are fiercely passionate about St. Jude and its commitment to finding the cure for childhood cancer. As a sorority built on the ideal of being kind alike to all, Tri Delta allows its members to surround themselves with genuine and caring women who strive to make their communities more inclusive and sustainable.

I am extremely honored to serve as this year’s Collegiate Chapter President and I’m beyond thankful for my fellow Theta Delta members, alumni, and volunteers. Tri Delta is a place where you can be unapologetically yourself, and I’m so excited to share how special and unique our chapter is with potential new members and the UO community. 

Delta love and all of mine,

Caitlin Reimer

Collegiate Chapter President