Diamond Days

Diamond Days is the Annual Nine-Day long tribute to the Founding of the Sorority and a concrete reminder of the virtues and ideals embodied in our Five Tenets. Founded on March 9, 1997, Diamond Days is held in early March of each year, typically from March 1 – March 9, at each Undergraduate and Graduate Chapter. To kick off Diamond Days, Lambda Psi Delta celebrates the Annual Diamond Day of Service, held on March 1st of each calendar year.  The Annual Diamond Day of Service provides Chapters as well as individual Sorors an opportunity to actively participate in Public and Political Service during the celebration of the Sorority’s Anniversary.

Each Chapter implements and sponsors its own Diamond Days, consisting of service, educational and cultural events specific to the needs of its particular community. Each Diamond Day event corresponds to one of the Sorority’s Five Tenets, and displays the core values and ideals that the Sorority embraces.

Past Diamond Days events at some of our Chapters have included:
➢ Doing Big Things: A Look at Influential Greek Women – Leadership Seminar
➢ A Fact Today Keeps the Doctor Away – Women’s Health Seminar
➢ Habitat for Humanity Build
➢ Multiple Sclerosis Fundraising


“My favorite Diamond Days event? The career panel at Wesleyan sponsored by Theta Chapter… It was great to have graduate Sorors on campus, lawyers, academics, businesswomen, etc., who offered useful and thoughtful insights about their careers, ambitions and goals.”

Soror Gabrielle Tynes-Labonte