• Alpha Phi – Iota Chapter at UW Madison

    Alpha Phi – Iota Chapter at UW Madison

    Founded in 1872 at Syracuse University, Alpha Phi has blossomed into a vibrant national sorority that has instilled the values of sisterhood, scholarship, service, leadership, and loyalty to over 200,000 women across the United States and Canada. The Iota chapter, the ninth chapter, of Alpha Phi was founded at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1896. The women of Alpha...

     
  • Zeta Phi Beta

    Founded January 16, 1920, Zeta began as an idea conceived by five coeds at Howard University in Washington D.C.: Arizona Cleaver, Myrtle Tyler, Viola Tyler, Fannie Pettie and Pearl Neal. These five women, also known as our Five Pearls, dared to depart from the traditional coalitions for black women and sought to establish a new organization predicated on the precepts...

     
  • Sigma Delta Tau

    Chapter GPA: 3.289 On March 25, 1917 seven young women founded Sigma Delta Tau. These women exemplified much self-confidence and commitment, as do all our sisters today. With Sigma Delta Tau, not only was another sorority beginning, but also the lives and futures of thousands of women were beginning as well. Pledging Sigma Delta Tau gives you the opportunity to...

     
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma

    Chapter House Address: 601 N. Henry St . Chapter GPA: 3.326 Throughout the past year the Eta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma has focused it energies trying to build strong relationships within the Greek community at UW- Madison as well as forming stronger sisterly bonds within our chapter. Our dedication to academic and scholarly excellence placed us once again at...

     
  • Kappa Delta Chi

    Our Values: Unity – Individually Unique, Together Complete Honesty – To Build morality and virtue Integrity – To give 187% and pay homage to our communities Leadership – To set a STANDARD through our SERVICE, “To talk the talk and walk the walk!” Kappa Delta Chi is an organization that advocates community outreach, social awareness and celebrates the accomplishments of...

     
  • Kappa Alpha Theta

    Kappa Alpha Theta, the first Greek letter fraternity for women, was founded by four women on January 27, 1870 at what is now DePauw University. At Psi Chapter, we pride ourselves in our strong friendships, leadership, scholarship, and service to others. Whether we are studying at the library, at a themed social, decked out in red for a Badger Football...

     
  • Gamma Phi Beta

    Chapter House Address: 270 Langdon St. Chapter GPA: 3.329 A long legacy of sisterhood and memories began on November 11, 1874 when the Gamma Phi Beta sorority was founded at Syracuse University. Gamma Phi Beta was the first true sorority because it was started by all women, as opposed to female fraternities which were founded by men. Our motto is...

     
  • Delta Sigma Theta

    The Zeta Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta chartered April 18, 1969 Once upon a time there were nine young women who decided to make the campus of the University of Wisconsin a little greater and in 1969 founded the Zeta Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta. The nine young women who founded the chapter were dedicated to the ideals of the...

     
  • Delta Gamma

    Chapter name: Delta Gamma House Address: 103 Langdon Street Chapter GPA: 3.224 Minimum GPA to pledge- High School: 3.0 College: 2.0 “Delta Gammas are the girls with their feet on the ground, and their eyes on the stars” The largest house on campus, Delta Gamma thrives in its tradition as a family of bright, fun-loving, real, passionate and involved young...

     
  • Delta Delta Delta

    Chapter House Address: 120 Langdon Street Chapter GPA: 3.287 THE PURPOSE OF DELTA DELTA DELTA shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way. Delta Delta Delta is one of the largest national...