Our most important principle as members of Sigma Lambda Gamma is Academics. As a nationwide organization composed of women seeking to empower the community, education is a means through which sisters can empower themselves and through which they can mediate the empowerment of others. We focus on achieving academic success while balancing different facets of our college education. The way in which Sigma Lambda Gamma upholds the Academics principle varies throughout the Southern California Region and throughout the nation. However, the goal of each chapter remains the same, that is, to achieve academic success. The DominatinG Delta Gamma Chapter, specifically, works to facilitate business-ready tools and skills through resume-building workshops; time management is instilled in each of the sisters through mandatory study hours. Our Quarterly study hours at campus libraries incorporate study skills that are essential for the preparation of classes and exams. Stress-relieving workshops are another way in which the Delta Gamma chapter seeks to balance the stressors and pressure that accompany a college education. The order of Omega is a National Greek Honor Society that has recognized sisters from across the nation, including many of our Delta Gamma Chapter sisters, for their outstanding achievements in the Greek values of unity, leadership, scholarship, sisterhood, and loyalty; for college women seeking success, academics always come first.
Through the Sigma Lambda Gamma Education Foundation, undergraduate and graduate scholarships are available to initiated members in good standing as defined by Sigma Lambda Gamma membership guidelines and enrolled as degree-seeking students during the upcoming academic year.
As collegiate members, our primary goal is to achieve a higher education. Aside from unconditional support, we provide our sisters with necessary resources to succeed in college and years beyond. Many of our alumnae sisters have pursued graduate education following the completion of their Bachelor’s Degrees from UCLA. Some of our alumnae have earned their degrees from prestigious institutions such as: Harvard University Law School, Stanford University, Columbia University, UCLA School of Education, Loyola Marymount University Law School, UC Berkeley Law School, CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Los Angeles, and University of Southern California (USC) among others.