Welcome from Our President


Hello and welcome to the Delta Eta website!

 
My name is Molly Smith and I am the current president of Alpha Sigma Tau at Belmont University. As a member and leader of Delta Eta I am proud of what we have accomplished in just 20 years on our campus. From scholarship to philanthropy we have women who are passionate about the sisterhood we are a part of. 


Greek life at Belmont University prides itself on staying true to its four core principles: scholarship, leadership, sisterhood, and philanthropy; and Delta Eta is no exception to these. 


In regards to scholarship, sisters of Delta Eta put their academics first. Being that we are a sisterhood of 200 women, areas of study range from business to songwriting - all which add to the diverse community we have cultivated. 


We are proud of the leadership we have here on campus. Some of the ways our sisters lead are in the following positions: President of DECA, Up Til Dawn Executive Board, Relay for Life Executive Board, SGA, Panhellenic Council, etc. Lauryn Huber, our previous president, was also named Greek Women of the Year in 2017! These are just a few of the ways that our sisters lead on campus. 


From white water rafting to a weekend camping trip, sisterhood is an aspect of sorority life that is one of my personal favorites. Being in a sorority that has over 200 active members, it is easy to feel at home. Our diversity has brought us together. If you ask me, there is nothing better than walking around campus and seeing a sister wearing her letters proudly. 


One of the best aspects of Delta Eta is the local community we have the opportunity to serve. Philanthropy is something that the Greek community as a whole is passionate about at Belmont and we have the privilege of joining right in! Girls Inc. is a national non-profit who serves the young women of America in encouraging them to succeed in life and giving them the tools to do so. Delta Eta raises thousands of dollars for our local Nashville chapter and we even have the privilege of volunteering at their spring break camps. 


Having the opportunity to serve such a loving and genuine group of women has been one of the most humbling experiences of my life. I am thankful every day for the community that we have created here at Belmont. Please feel free to reach out to me or any member of our Executive Council if you have any questions about Delta Eta or Greek life at Belmont University. TLAM (tau love and mine)!