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2006–07 Awards 2006–07 Attain chapters

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Zeta Zeta, University of Central Missouri Gamma Omega, Eastern Illinois University Delta Iota, University of Delaware Zeta Alpha, Missouri Southern State College Zeta Gamma, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, PA Zeta Eta, Rockhurst College, MO Zeta Pi, Colorado State University-Pueblo Zeta Rho, University of West Alabama Zeta Psi, Loras College, IA

2006–07 Seek chapters Nu Nu, Drexel University, PA Gamma Mu, Adrian College, MI

A Crown of Excellence chapter not only adheres to the commitments that we expect all chapters to follow, but they “kick it up a notch” and achieve what is expected and then some. They definitely go the extra mile, and that is what sets them apart. Phi Phi has been awarded with the Four Star Chapter Award six consecutive years. Phi Phi demonstrated its excellence in membership by not only achieving its recruitment targets, but also having programs in place to effectively recruit new members and retaining new members by educating them through the  Advantage. Last year, 80 percent of the women in this chapter participated in other student organizations on campus. (Sixty organizations are represented within the chapter.) More than 25 women hold a leadership position in these organizations. They have a very involved advisory board and maintain great relations with their alumnae by communicating with them on a weekly basis and holding an annual homecoming soup luncheon in their honor. Phi Phi gives back to their community on a regular basis through community service projects. The chapter has also contributed $3,000 to the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation.

Gamma Pi, Missouri Valley College Zeta Omega, Austin Peay State University, TN Theta Delta, University of Alaska-Anchorage

A L U M N A E C H A P T E R A WA R D S 2 0 0 6 – 0 7 The Alpha Sigma Alpha National Council has established the Alumnae Chapter Excellence Awards to recognize alumnae chapters that demonstrate the lifetime dedication to the Sorority through chapter management and programming. There are three levels of recognition: Palm, Star and Crown. The Palm recognition is awarded to all alumnae chapters in good standing that complete three additional alumnae chapter expectations (timely submission of all annual reports, all active members must have paid national dues and made an annual contribution to the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation). To qualify for the Star or Crown recognition, the chapter must achieve the Palm level, plus complete seven of 11 additional achievements respectively. For more information on alumnae awards, see the Alumnae Chapter Excellence Awards and Governance Guidelines located in the alumnae chapter resources section in the Alpha Sigma Alpha web site. Star Level Alumnae chapters

Crown Level Alumnae chapters Alva, OK

Maryville MO

Blue Ridge VA

Atlanta GA

Mid-Michigan Crown

Capitol City Topeka KS

Boston MA

Milwaukee WI

Central AR

Buffalo NY

Natchitoches Fleur de Lis, LA

Evansville-Southwestern IN

Central Pennsylvania

North Suburban Chicago

New York City – Big Apple

Chicago Metro

Northern Colorado

Phoenix AZ Valley of the Sun

Chicago West

NOVA Virginia

Washington DC

Cincinnati OH

Philadelphia Metro

Dallas TX

Pittsburg KS

Dayton OH

Richmond VA

Denver CO

Southwest Florida

Detroit Suburban MI

Springfield MO

Greater Valley Forge, PA

St. Louis MO

Hattiesburg MS

Tahlequah OK

Indianapolis IN

Three Rivers Pittsburgh PA

Kansas City MO

Tulsa OK

Laurel Highlands PA

Windy City, IL

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Palm Level Alumnae chapters Cleveland OH Houston TX

PHOENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

The Phoenix of Alpha Sigma Alpha: Fall 2007  

Volume 93: Number 4

The Phoenix of Alpha Sigma Alpha: Fall 2007  

Volume 93: Number 4