"As a transfer student, coming to UCF was nerve wrecking for me. Being so used to a small campus and classroom, I was filled with anxiety with every turn I took."
"...Becoming a part of Delta Phi Lambda was never in my plan. I never thought that I could be a "Sorority Girl" but I took the chance put all those stereotypes I had to the side and took a leap of faith. Even before joining, this organization was already pushing me pass my limits, allowing myself to achieve more than I could have imagined. Now that I look back, I am so thankful for this opportunity, not only have I gained memories that will last a lifetime but a home away from home."
- Jiana "Azure" Jamero #77 Fall 14
"...Sorority? What? I never knew a sorority could be like that, so culturally driven and diverse, so different from the stereotypical sorority girls seen on TV. After going to recruitment, I really wanted to be a part of the sisterhood that these girls were a part of. They were so close and accepted each other for who they were..."
"My parents disagreed, like any Asian parent would because it was something that seemed like it didn't solely focus on academics. I told them that it would be beneficial to me overall because of what they do, the community service, the philanthropic work, and academic excellence they strive for. I knew from that moment that it would have to be a decision I had to make on my own. And I did. I decided to join. I decided to take the opportunity, and I've never been happier."
- Jessica "Honora" Nguyen #79 Fall 14