SMU Parents Club
The SMU Parents Club was founded in 1939 and has supported the young women of SMU Tri Delta for more than 80 years. We concentrate our efforts on SMU Tri Deltas, their parents, and SMU activities. We have a dual purpose: helping the chapter with extra financial, material, and volunteer resources and providing parents all from all across the United States an avenue to get to know one another, socialize, and have fun.
SMU Tri Delta Parents Club sponsors and plans these activities for our moms, dads, and daughters:
Fall Family Weekend meet and greet at the house
Snacks or meals at the homecoming float pomp site
Work Week or Recruitment Week treats
Bid Day “Moms on the Lawn”
Moms and Dads Weekend event
Gifts for our wonderful house staff
Please let us know if you are interested in volunteering for any of the above!
Your dues cover all of your daughter’s college years. Please consider making an additional donation that will be used for special events and projects at the house. See the donation form below.
We would love to get 100% participation from our parents to join the Club. In an effort to keep this simple, you may just click the button below to join. If you have already joined, but want to contribute, you may click the donation button below. We wish to continue the wonderful traditions that the Club has done in the past and give the girls additional support. If you prefer snail mail and writing a check, click the yellow button below to download and print the form.
Welcome to a great group! We look forward to meeting you.
Delta Love and Pony Up,
2021-2022 SMU Parents Club President and mom of Meggie
SMU Parents Club Membership
Your dues cover all of your daughter’s college years.
SMU Parents Club Donations
To continue the wonderful traditions of the Club
and give the girls additional support.
Prefer to send a check?
SMU Tri Delta Parents Club
3100 University Blvd
Dallas, TX 75205
Parents Club donated the purchase and installation of holiday lights for the front yard tree!
Fall Family Weekend Chair Sarah Crespo and her mom, Pam, at the house
Homecoming float pomping is hard work and requires Parents Club provided snacks!