Dues are collected at Executive Board and Chapter meetings. You can also mail dues. Make checks payable to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Download the Dues Renewal Form.

Chapter dues: $200 
Regular National dues: $190 + $10 per capita fee
Life Member National dues: $10

If you are unsure of how much you should pay, email our Financial Secretary at


For officers, committee chairs, and appointed positions who have a chapter email address, you can access your email through your browser at the Webmail website.  Use the username and password provided to you to enter the site.

If you have any questions about your email please contact the ITC chair at


Click here to see previous reports.
To comply with Delta Internet Guidelines, Budget and Finance reports are password-protected. Contact the ITC Committee at for the password.

Reports will be posted in Oct 2021.

Frequently Asked Questions

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The Financial Secretary and Asst. Financial Secretary collect dues between January-March. Your payment must include a Dues Renewal Form (see below). Chapter dues are $200 and Regular National Dues are $200, for a total of $400. If paid after March 31, National will assess late fees.

If you are a Life, Golden Life or Diamond Life Member, your National Dues are $10, making your total dues $210.

You can pay by check, cash, cashier’s check or credit card. Credit card transactions require a credit card authorization form from National (see below).

For help filling out the forms, contact or Please consider donating to Delta’s initiatives and foundations located on the Dues Renewal form.

The National Headquarters Technology Services Department can provide you with your National website password and username. They can also answer any questions you have regarding the National website.

Click to contact them. 

To email an Officer, click on her name.

For more information or to join a committee, email the Chairperson by clicking on her name.

*Elected committee. Only elected sorors can serve.

Membership cards are handled by Grand Chapter. You’ll need to visit the National website directory to get the information of the person you should contact. The directory also includes other departments that can help you with Grand Chapter questions and concerns.

Click to visit the Directory.

The chapter has a donor-restricted fund through the Delta Research and Education Foundation (DREF). Donations placed into that fund are tax-deductible.

Write a check: You can send your check, written to DREF, to the address below. Make sure to include “for Albuquerque Alumnae” in the memo line. DREF will then send you a tax receipt for your records.

Delta Research & Educational Foundation
1703 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20009

Online: You can donate online below. Each quarter the chapter will send all donations to DREF. DREF will then send you a tax receipt for your records.

For scholarship donations, please indicate whether you want to donate to the Judith R. Harris Scholarship or the Margaret E. Carson Scholarship. If you do not make a selection, the money will be split equally between the two scholarships.

Slack is the chapter communication tool. It’s a free app, and helps you keep in contact with sorors. You can download the app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The group is for chapter members (financial sorors) only.

Click here to join the ABQ Deltas channel on Slack. 

Once logged into the Members Only section, click on the Files tab at the top of the page.


Follow the directory structure to the file you are looking for.

The iCal link to the Members Only calendar,, can be used to add the calendar to your devices. Follow the instructions below that correspond to the device you would like to add the calendar to.

NOTE: This is a members-only calendar, DO NOT share this with anyone who is not a member of the chapter. Non-members can subscribe to our public calendar.


  1. Open the Calendar app on your Mac
  2. Click “File” at the top and select “New Calendar Subscription”
  3. Copy and paste the following URL in the dialog box that pops up ate=2068
  4. Click “Subscribe”
  5. Name the calendar whatever you would like (e.g. “DSTAAC”, “DukeCityDeltas”, etc.)Choose the location where you would like the calendar to reside
    1. On your Mac – choosing this will keep the calendar on your Mac computer only and will not sync across all devices
    2. iCloud – choosing this will sync the Calendar across all Apple devices signed into the same iCloud account. For example, if you have an iPhone, iPad, and Mac computer all signed into the same iCloud account, then the events will appear on all 3 devices

    You can choose to remove calendar alerts and any calendar attachments that come with the event. Set your auto-refresh rate to whatever you’d like. The more frequently this is set, the more times your Mac computer will look for new events and update your calendar accordingly. The recommendation is that you set this to every 5 minutes to have the most updated calendar at all times

  6. Select OK. The calendar should appear on the left-hand column underneath the name you selected.


  1. In Microsoft Outlook, click on File (In the Tools bar).

  2. Then, click on Account Settings and select Account Settings.

  3. Then, click on Internet Calendars

  4. Now click New and the New Internet Calendar Subscription window will appear.

  5. Type in the URL for the members only calendar,, then click on Add.
  6. Click Advanced… on the dialog box that comes up. Enter a Folder name : (i.e “DukeCityDeltas”) Description : Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter Members Only calendar feed. Click OK
  7. IMPORTANT! When asked `Do you wish to subscribe to updates?`, click YES.
  8. The new feed will become available inside your Calendars area once the link has been checked by Outlook.


  1. Go to your settings menu.
  2. In the Settings Menu, scroll down and tap Accounts & Passwords.
  3. Tap Add Account.

  4. Tap Other.
  5. Select Add Subscribed Calendar.
  6. In the box titled Server, type:

  7. You can fill in the Description to the calendar to let you know what it is. A good example is “Chapter Calendar” or “DST Calendar”.
  8. To check to make sure you have added the calendar:
    1. Go to your calendar and tap “Calendars”.
    2. Scroll down to the Subscribed header. The calendar should be listed there.


How to Add Members Calendar to Google/Android Calendar

  1. Log into your Google account in your browser, then go to your Google Calendar.

  2. To import an iCal file, you need to click the + button next to Add a friend’s calendar, then click the From URL option.

  3. Type in the members only calendar URL, then click Add Calendar.

  4. Your new calendar will show up in the list under “Other Calendars,” and events should show up right away. You are done with adding the members only calendar. See below for other options.

  5. You can change the name and color of the new calendar by placing your mouse over the calendar name and then clicking on the vertical dot to the right of the name. Then click on your desired color.

    Click on Settings and you can change the name that display’s in your list as well as other calendar settings.