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  • We’re inviting all middle school and high school students and their parents/guardians to join us at our S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts & math) focused Youth Summit! RSVP by 3/20/17 at bit.ly/2017YouthSummit to receive a Youth Summit t-shirt and backpack!  This event is interactive.  Free breakfast and lunch is provided. PDF Version: ASCEND STEAM Flyer

    ASCEND Youth Summit
  • The Delta Upsilon Omega High School Scholarship consists of at least two $2,500 non- renewable scholarship awards that will be awarded to high school graduating seniors with high academic achievement and community service. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage and enable young African American women to attend college and achieve their future… [Continue Reading]

    2017 High School Senior Scholarship
  • DUO Chapter members traveled to Portland, Oregon for the 87th Annual Far Western Regional Conference.  The Pacific Northwest Cluster with chapters from Alaska, Washington and Oregon hosted the annual conference.  Click the image below to view the photo album of DUO in action.

    [PHOTOS] 2016 Far Western Regional Conference
  • On Saturday, April 9, 2016, Delta Upsilon Omega Seattle Chapter partnered with NAMI to prepare and serve breakfast to the patients and caregivers of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.  The partnership of Delta Upsilon Omega Seattle Chapter and NAMI served as a mechanism to educate and bring awareness to mental illness and provided engaging opportunities for… [Continue Reading]

    [PHOTOS] AKAs serve breakfast to cancer survivors and caregivers
  • As part of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.,’s national initiative to promote health campaign, the Seattle Alumnae continue to bring awareness of stroke and heart disease  with emphasis on hypertension management, diet and exercise. Chapters learned more about finding more opportunities to exercise, choose healthy food options and monitor their overall health.

    [PHOTOS] 2016 Pink Goes Red
  •   There are 105 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) across the nation. In 1965, in Title III of the Higher Education Act of 1965, Congress officially defined an HBCU as an institution whose principal mission was and is the education of black Americans, was accredited and was established before 1964. The first HBCU, CHEYNEY… [Continue Reading]

    Thinking about College? Consider an HBCU

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