Delta Delta Omega promotes and markets historically black colleges and universities and encourages students to attend HBCUs as a sustainability measure. Our activities include multiple HBCU College Fairs, historically hosted at East St. Louis Senior High School and Greater New Hope Baptist Church. We host college bus tours to introduce high schoolers to HBCU college life. HBCU College Week hosted by DDO is a week full of activities including Selfie Day, Resource Fair, visits from admissions officers from our local HBCU Harris Stowe University, and more.
Alpha Kappa Alpha will assist students as they seek admission to college by providing guidance and support in completing the application and enrollment process through the 2018-2022 Signature Program, #CAPSM. In order to continue serving our community, Delta Delta Omega Chapters hosts a weekly virtual HBCU college visits.
Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts many wellness events, such as, Night at the Skating Rink, Pink Goes Red Fitness Fest, Breast Cancer Awareness Bowling Party and spread awareness on social media for caregivers. Most events are active and raise awareness on health topics prevalent in the community. Often times, members of Delta Delta Omega that are healthcare professionals perform wellness checks on those who attend community events.
Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts economic and financial literacy fairs, showcase local Black entrepreneurs and Black-owned business, as well as, credit repair courses.
Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts Student Talent Showcase displaying the musical, poetic and other talents of our local students. Adapting to the times, DDO hosted a virtual Salute to the Harlem Renaissance Event with B.K. Jackson, International Saxophonist.