Pittsburgh Alumnae Panhellenic 2020 Scholarship Application

82467477_10220437668680091_2983105407003656192_nThe 2019-2020 PAP Scholarship Application is now available on the website using the following link:

There is a direct link on the home page, or by clicking on the news or scholarship tabs. Please assist PAP by forwarding this information to your alumnae chapter members, collegiate chapter advisors, and any current collegiate women you may know that are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

The deadline for the scholarship application is February 9, 2020, and should be submitted to the PAP Scholarship Chair at

How to RSVP to an Event and add to your calendar

You can RSVP for events and add those events to your calendar:

  1. Visit our website to view the calendar:
  2. Find your Event and click on the RSVP link if available (image 1)
  3. On the RSVP page for the event under the Title of the event, you will see an “Add To Calendar” Link. (image 2)

President’s Welcome: Kathy Rulong

Delta Gamma Sisters:

I am honored to be the new president of the Pittsburgh South Hills Delta Gamma Alumnae Chapter and look forward to all we will accomplish together during the next two years.

I also want to take this chance to recognize and thank Sarah Beitler, our past president, for her dedicated service and skillful guidance of our chapter during her term.

The chapter has experienced strong growth in membership, activities, and finances and my goal is to continue that momentum as we move forward. New initiatives in programming, communications, and collegiate support are being discussed and many are already underway.

Our motto, “Do Good”, is important to all of us and we will continue to look for new opportunities to contribute, working together or individually, to make a difference in our community.

Membership has also been a priority for several years and that effort is paying dividends with increased membership and dues collection. We need to make sure that all members feel welcome and become involved in the chapter to whatever extent makes sense in their current lives.

Lastly, I hope we can all enjoy more times together for laughter, fun, and friendship through a broad variety of social gatherings, which reflect the diversity of our chapter and the collegiate chapters we support.

We are not all the same age or graduates of the same college or university, but we share the sound and tested principles of personal integrity, responsibility and intellectual honesty through our lifelong sisterhood in Delta Gamma.

I am excited about where our chapter is today and where we will go together tomorrow.

In the bonds,
Kathy Rulong
Sigma, Northwestern University