Allison Dickson Tri Delta

Scholarship at Southwestern

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Two events that transformed my life were attending Southwestern University and becoming a member of Delta Delta Delta!

In the Spring of 2014 I endured a serious health crisis and it opened my eyes to the reality that life is short, but sweet for certain :)

I decided during my recovery that I wanted to do all I could to make a difference and pay it forward. My dream was to leave a legacy that would help generations of sisters in a chapter and at a place that is so dear to me to further their education and have the SU experience!

In the Spring of 2015, my amazing mother and I started this scholarship, and with the support and generosity of friends and strangers it became endowed! Let's not stop there - The larger the fund, the more assistance it will provide.

On the Facebook page, you'll learn more about the fund, get updates on its progress, share stories, and show how you can be involved! Please like the page and share it with your loved ones! Thank you for your support!! <3

Delta Love and Go Pirates!


2019-2020 Recipients

It’s #TriDeltaTuesday, and today we #spotlight the first 2019-2020 recipient of the Allison Dickson Delta Delta Delta Scholarship at Southwestern 💛💙 Proud of you, Miranda Yannon!!  

Miranda is a #Senior Psychology major with a double minor in Health Studies and Theatre. She has served The Theta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Delta Delta - Southwestern University as Academic Development Chair and currently serves as the #President. During her time at Southwestern University, she has been involved in many different areas of campus from working as a SHARP Coordinator in the Office of Admissions to being a member of four honor societies to serving as the President of PirateTHON (which raises funds and awareness for Dell Children's Medical Center). Outside of school, she loves to travel, and she has recently studied abroad in Denmark and interned with a non-profit organization in Zambia. She is currently an intern with Williamson County Juvenile Services and a paid clinical psychology research assistant. After graduation, she hopes to attend graduate school and pursue her passion for helping at-risk youth.  

Miranda says, “I am extremely #thankful and #grateful for all of the Allison Dickson scholarship #donors. This #scholarship has made a huge difference in helping me pursue my #educationand my passions, and it has greatly impacted my life.” 

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SU DDD Chapter Fall 2018

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