Do They Judge You on Your Cumulative GPA or Current GPA When Pledging Delta Sigma Theta?

Do They Judge You on Your Cumulative GPA or Current GPA When Pledging Delta Sigma Theta?

A pledge to Delta Sigma Theta is judged based on their cumulative GPA, not only their current GPA. A graduate student applying to an alumnae chapter will also be judged based on cumulative GPA.

Delta Sigma Theta requires a student to complete at least 24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours in order to pledge. A college student applying for membership in the Delta Sigma Theta sorority must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale, or 1.75 on a 3.0 scale. The decision to utilize a cumulative GPA to evaluate pledges was made because a cumulative GPA evaluates a student's performance over a broad period, while a current GPA only evaluates performance for one semester or term.