Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student, your involvement in your local circle of Omicron Delta Kappa can help further develop you as a leader. Involvement in the Society provides opportunities for connections with other leaders on campus, recognition of your leadership success, and numerous opportunities to serve your circle and your institution.
We encourage collegiate members to connect with the Society by joining our LinkedIn groups and following us on social media. The Student Advisory Board, led by the Student Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees, has a LinkedIn group specifically for collegiate members. Join the SAB LinkedIn group today. You can follow us on social media by clicking the icons in the header of this page.
Collegiate members have the opportunity to be involved and connected through your local circle. Consider becoming a circle officer. Your service will inspire other individuals to provide the best possible student leadership on campus. Collegiate members may also volunteer at the national level by serving on the Student Advisory Board or on a Society committee. Click here to learn more about national volunteer opportunities.
Current collegiate members also have the opportunity to take advantage of our wide-ranging member benefits including
scholarships, internships, career connections, and the National Leadership Conference.
Collegiate members do not need to be circle officers to attend the annual conference. It is open to all members.
Stay in Touch
As you leave your current institution and continue on your leadership journey, we invite you to regularly share your accomplishments and update your contact information. If you graduated and moved to a college or university that doesn’t currently have an OΔK circle, the National Headquarters staff is happy to work with you to start one at your new institution.