The women of AOII are known throughout the campus of BSC as being strong leaders. Tau Deltas have been representing the college in all aspects of college life. Our strong women are involved in everything including Service Learning, Dance, BSC Theatre, Honor Council, President's Service Team, Students offering Support, Honors Program, Leadership Studies, Southern Ambassadors, Student Government Association, Residence Life, and several athletic teams. Those these are only a few of the programs mentions, you will be sure to find a strong woman of Tau Delta represented in almost every single program on campus. For a more detailed list, please visit the "Accolades" page on our website. While being leaders, the women of Tau Delta also work to make strong connections with various groups on campus by hosting dinner and creating strong bonds throughout the student body. Recent graduate, Ashley Lovell, member of the women's golf team, was named a "BSC Athlete of the Year." AOIIs have been consistently nominated for spots on the homecoming court throughout the year. Our sisters are not only leaders on BSC campus, but they are also leaders in the greater Birmingham community. Throughout the past years, our sisters have been very active in Service Learning while spending hundreds of hours giving back to the community. Regardless of a sister's interests and talents, AOIIs always support and encourage the diverse ways in which we lead. In addition to our extensive leadership in extra curriculars, AOII has once again come out with the highest GPA out of all the sororities for the 2010-2011 school year. No matter what, there will always be an AOII sister there to support you either on the field, in the classroom, or in life. Through our strong emphasis on diversity, we are able to all bring something new to our group of women while coming together to make a strong, talented, and close group of outstanding women.