University of Oklahoma
Lambda Delta Psi Sorority, Inc. is an Asian-interest sorority founded on May 1st, 2009 here at the University of Oklahoma by four ladies: Diane Cho, Mai Le, Samantha Lee, and Stacie Nguyen.
These ladies had the vision to step out of the stereotype and redefine sisterhood. In the Spring of 2009, they started as R.E.A.L., Redefined Elegant Asian Ladies. Through hard work, they successfully turned their vision into reality and beyond.
Our founding mothers have managed to create their own unique identity within the university's large Greek community. With a focus on sisterhood, community service, and academic excellence, Lambda Delta Psi has sprouted from its roots to blossom into the sorority that it is today.
"The official purpose of Lambda Delta Psi Sorority, Inc. is to cultivate a sisterhood of distinguished women through friendship and service while maintaining high morals and academic standards. We seek to always exemplify characteristics such as temperance, grace, and integrity and to educate and guide other young women in becoming eloquent ladies of society."
Here at OU, LDPsi's are Sooners above all else. Academics are our top priority, and we push to help each other succeed.
LDPsi's are dedicated individuals who strive to give back to the community through acts of volunteerism. Our philanthropic beneficiary is the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition.
There's no other sisterhood quite like the LDPsi sisterhood. We are a group of diverse women who become each other's support systems for many years to come.