Regional Leadership Conferences (RLC)
The Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) is held locally by each of our nine regions in Delta Chi. Our chapter is in the largest region, Region 8. Delta Chi's Regional Leadership Conferences develop leadership skills and provide members the opportunity to share ideas, achievements, and experiences with other Delta Chi chapters, officers, Regents, alumni, advisors, and Headquarters staff. The region's representative, or Regent, is also elected at its RLC. The cost of attending these conferences are typically covered by the chapter and all members are encouraged to attend.
Emerging leadership academy (ELA)
The Emerging Leaders Academy (ELA) is one of Delta Chi's newest initiatives. This interactive leadership experience is designed to enhance the personal and professional development of our members. Participants will develop greater understanding of who they are as a person and leaders, identify their leadership style, and learn how they can leverage their skills to positively impact the people and communities they are a part of.
ELA is geared toward rising sophomores and juniors. This program is typically held annually during the summer to ensure all those who wish to attend are able to.
The International Convention is Delta Chi's largest and most important gathering of undergraduates and alumni. Although the primary function of Convention is to conduct Fraternity business, it is also a time for our members and guests to reunite, network, and celebrate. During each Convention, Delta Chi offers a wide variety of personal and professional development sessions.
Nelli/Phelan Chapter Scholarship
This annual scholarship is available exclusively to Embry-Riddle Delta Chi Brothers. This scholarship is aptly named after late Brothers Patrick Phelan and Greg Nelli. Typical scholarship awards range between $1,000 - $3,000. Scholarship criteria include merit, need, and involvement in Delta Chi, on-campus, and in the community.
Having a named scholarship places the Embry-Riddle Chapter among the elite within the Fraternity. Only a handful of chapters possess the unique combination of longevity and stability, along with a devoted alumni base. The scholarship’s objective is to annually recognize brothers who share Greg Nelli and Pat & Susan Phelan’s lifelong dedication to Delta Chi and the University.
Ed & phylann fusco fellowship
other Delta Chi scholarships
Borelli Family Leadership Award
The Borelli Family Leadership Award is available to all Delta Chi Brother regardless of chapter and was established in 1982 by past “AA” (International President) and “AA” Emeritus, Raymond F. Borelli, Illinois 1958; and his son Mark R. Borelli, Illinois 1981. In honor of the memory of Pamela Anne Borelli, beloved daughter and sister, and Mrs. Patricia Ann Borelli, beloved wife and mother; the prestigious Borelli Family Leadership Award is bestowed upon those undergraduate Delta Chis who excelled academically and exercised unparalleled leadership traits within their chapters and campuses. This achievement may be awarded to a maximum of 25 men each year, and up to three of those may be named “with distinction.” Each Delta Chi selected shall receive a framed certificate in recognition of this honor, and brothers selected “with distinction” shall receive an additional monetary reward.
Duane and Mary Meyer Scholarship
The Duane and Mary Meyer Scholarship recognizes the commitment and service an undergraduate or graduate student member to his academics, community, and Fraternity.
Undergraduate or graduate student.
Merit of academic achievement
Proven service to the Fraternity
Outstanding service to the community
The Washburn Scholarship is awarded annually to the brothers that best exemplify what it means to be a Delta Chi. Community involvement, work responsibilities, Chapter involvement as well as current grades and financial situations are all considered in the evaluation process.
There are two awards available, comprised of one $1,000.00 scholarship and one $500.00 scholarship made out to both the student and the university/college and a plaque to remember it by.
Member in good standing with Delta Chi
Brother must be an “active” member of his Chapter