Find your crew with these sorority alumnae groups in NoVA

From Alpha Delta Pi to Zeta Tau Alpha, there are plenty of sororities with local chapters in Northern Virginia.

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Northern Virginia is home to thousands of college graduates. In fact, Fairfax County’s population alone has over 60% with a bachelor’s degree, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

In turn, that means NoVA is also home to hundreds, if not thousands, of sorority and fraternity alumni. If you’ve been looking for an extension of your college tribe right here in the DMV, you might find them here, with help from this guide to local and national Greek life alumnae groups in the region. 

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Alpha Delta Pi
The Northern Virginia chapter of ADPi gathers for brunches and philanthropic causes across the Northern Virginia region. Plus, the group’s online network is a place for sisters to participate as alumnae without having to commute into the nation’s capital for DC-based alumnae events. // Contact through Facebook

Alpha Pi
The Northern Virginia alumnae chapter of Alpha Pi was established in 1955, and has since donated more than $30,000 to local causes through philanthropic initiatives. Local sisters, whether newly graduated or well into retirement, can join this active group through social events or local initiatives. // Contact

Alpha Sigma Alpha
As a group dedicated to developing women of poise and purpose, Alpha Sigma Alpha continues to do so years after graduation by helping local members continue to grow with the support of their sisters. // Contact

Alpha Sigma Tau
The Alpha Sigma Tau Northern Virginia chapter was established in 1948, and sisters of all ages are welcome to join. The chapter’s local philanthropic efforts differ each year but continue to make a longstanding impact on the NoVA community. // Contact

Alpha Xi Delta
A strong, growing organization in the Northern Virginia area, the Alpha Xi Delta chapter works with local college chapters and keeps a busy schedule. The alumnae association actively supports Autism Speaks, Alpha Xi Delta’s philanthropy, and fields local initiatives every year. // Contact though website

Chi Omega
Membership to Chi Omega offers lifelong friendships, campus and community involvement and an infinite amount of opportunities for growth inside and outside of the organization, even years after leaving one’s campus. // Contact

Delta Gamma Fraternity
The Northern Virginia Delta Gamma Chapter began in 1953 as a home for Delta Gamma members from across the country who have settled in NoVA and its surrounding areas. The group continues to gather for social and philanthropic activities on a rolling basis and is proud of its members, ranging from newly-graduated individuals to women who have earned their 50-year membership pins. // Contact

Delta Sigma Theta
The Fairfax County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta remains committed to the traditions of sisterhood, scholarship and service of the sorority, and seeks to make a difference in the lives of Fairfax County residents through volunteer advocacy, public service and social action. // Fairfax County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority: P.O. Box 221224, Chantilly;

Delta Zeta
With sisters from Northern Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland, this metro-focused group has sisters of all ages from near and far. The club was established in 1991 and participates in all kinds of events, from ice cream socials to bowling night events. // Contact through Facebook

Delta Delta Delta
Washington, DC’s chapter of Tri Delta was chartered in 1910 and has grown ever since. To this day, the group has hosted countless bridge parties, fashion shows, fundraisers and even published its own cookbooks. The alumnae organization is proud to have held a “Meet the Members” and “Founders’ Day,” event every year, and looks forward to welcoming more members for years to come. // Contact 

Gamma Phi Beta
For sisters in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia area, the Gamma Phi Beta alumnae chapter hosts several local philanthropic and social events. The majority of the local events are held along the WMATA’s Orange and Silver Lines for convenience. // Contact

Kappa Alpha Theta
The Northern Virginia alumnae group for Kappa Alpha Theta is full of individuals from the region who are newly graduated, all the way to 50-year members. Events include monthly happy hours, Founders Day events and more, all taking place in both Prince William County and Arlington County. // Contact

Kappa Kappa Gamma
The Northern Virginia Alumnae Association of Kappa Kappa Gamma began in 1948, and  has been serving the community and the sorority’s members ever since. With a long, rich history of local activities and events, the group prides itself on a longstanding presence in the community. // Contact

Phi Mu
The Washington, DC Alumnae Chapter of Phi Mu started in July of 1955 by six members. The group expanded to include Northern Virginia later on, gathering alumnae from Arlington, Fairfax, Alexandria and Falls Church. Today, it continues its mission to provide sisters with opportunities to host events and activities based on age, interest and location. // Contact

Pi Beta Phi
The Northern Virginia Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi was founded in 1951, gathering graduates and members from the Arlington and Alexandria areas. The club currently has more than 200 local members from over 85 collegiate chapters, from all walks of life. Stay up to date with monthly meetings and philanthropic initiatives, here. // Contact

Sigma Kappa
The National Capital Region Sigma Kappa group was established in 2012 and supports the collegiate chapters at both The George Washington University and the University of Maryland. The goal of the association is to continue to promote the Sigma Kappa values and sisterhood across the DC region. // Contact through website 

Sigma Sigma Sigma
Tri Sigma’s Northern Virginia chapter was founded in 1954 and is made up of all ages, from newly-graduated members to Golden Violets. The group covers the span of NoVA, from Woodbridge to Arlington to Winchester, and promotes professional opportunities for all is members.  // Contact

Zeta Tau Alpha
The Northern Virginia chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was established to create and foster long-lasting friendships through the foundation of the sisterhood. The group is an active participant in local philanthropic initiatives, especially pertaining to breast cancer, the organization’s national philanthropic partner. // Contact 

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