Anchor Splash has become a tradition on the Charleston campus stemming from its' inaugural year in 2011. Anchor Splash is a campus-wide competition, engaging members of the Greek Community and College of Charleston students in a full week of activities that lead up to our main event, Anchor Splash. Throughout the week students will paint banners, take pictures with Delta Gammas, and attend a male beauty pageant.
Anchor Splash itself is a competition where students compete in races, water sports competition, and perform a synchronized dance routine. This is all done to support the sisters of Eta Sigma "Do Good" and raise money for The Delta Gamma Foundation and Service for Sight. Anchor Splash not only strengthens campus community, it also gives our chapter the opportunity to educate others about our philanthropy. All proceeds from the week-long event support The Delta Gamma Foundation and our philanthropy, Service for Sight.