Alumnae Involvement

There’s a variety of ways to experience sisterhood, leadership and growth throughout the lifelong membership experience of Alpha Gamma Delta. The Fraternity currently supports more than 100 alumnae chapters/clubs across North America, as well as 50+ Junior Circles for young alumnae.

Regardless of our members' journeys in life, we have programming to meet alumnae where they are. Contact for more information on any of the following:

Alumnae groups host educational, social and philanthropic events, as well as provide the opportunity to meet new sisters and stay active in the Fraternity. Use our Chapter Locator to locate an Alpha Gam alumnae group near you.

The Junior Circle program is designed as an easy, casual and fun way for young alumnae to enjoy the benefits of sisterhood without the structure associated with an alumnae chapter/club. As life beyond college can seem overwhelming and intimidating at first, sisters transitioning from collegiate life into the life-long alumnae experience are especially welcome.

Alpha Gamma Delta could not be the organization it is today without the dedication of the many alumnae volunteers who support to our collegiate chapters, alumnae chapters/clubs, Junior Circles and more. Inspired by our Purpose, volunteers play a tremendous role in the continuous growth and development for the ongoing success of the Fraternity.

There are a variety of online networking groups for members with special interests or career paths. One such group, Rose Sisters, is a virtual alumnae group allows members all over the world to interact virtually and gather in person for events wherever they are around the globe.

Collegiate and alumnae members from each state gather together each year for International Reunion Day. Traditionally held the third Saturday of April every year, IRD is celebrated in various ways throughout the Fraternity with large and small groups gathering for brunches, luncheons, dinners and community service.


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