CLUBS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER
Intramurals: Soccer, Broomball
Fine Arts: DUDE (The DU Drama Ensemble), Exit 205 (a capella group), First Addition (a capella group), Lamont Women's Chorus, Pioneer Pep Band
Social Change: Roosevelt DU, CAPE, Undergraduate Women's Council, Women in International Security
Political: College Republicans
Religious Life: Catholic Student Fellowship, Hillel, Chabad, YoungLife, Cru
Philanthropic: Up 'til Dawn, Love Your Melon, Fischer Early Learning Center, PB&J Club, Denver Rescue Mission, Invictus Initiative
Academic: Pioneer Leadership Program, Honors Program, and Mock Trail
Business: Daniels Peer Mentors, Ethics Boot Camp
Fraternities: Delta Sigma Pi (Professional), Alpha Kappa Psi (Business), Order of Omega (Greek Honors), Alpha Beta Psi (Accounting), Sigma Alpha Iota (Music)
Publication: The Clarion (DU Newspaper), Writ Engagement Corps, HerCampus
Culinary: Cooking Club, Spoon University, DU Grilling Society
Medical: Global Medical Brigades, Pre-Health Club
Outdoors: Alpine Club, Kayak Club
Multicultural: Asian Student Alliance, Latino Student Alliance
University Programming: DU Programming Board, Pioneer Ambassadors, ONE Community
Club Sports: Figure Skating, Volleyball, Climbing, Basketball, Tennis, Field Hockey, Cheerleading, Lacrosse, and Rugby
DU FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE INVOLVEMENT
We enjoy participating in other Greek philanthropies including Sigma Chi's Derby Days, Delta Zeta’s Big Man on Campus, Delta Gamma's Anchor Cup and many more. It is always a inspiring to learn more about the incredible organizations our Greek brothers and sisters partner with.
DENVER COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
Our External Philanthropy Chairman continues to find ways for Tri Deltas to give back to the local Denver community. Our members regularly volunteer with Project C.U.R.E, Junior Achievement, Fischer Early Learning Center Night Owls, Pioneering Friendships and many more.
Pictured below are some of our members volunteering with Wish of a Lifetime's Cupid Crew; this past Valentines Day they sent out groups to visit senior living communities throughout Denver, talk with residents, and handed out nearly 4,000 roses.