History

Six women were searching for friendship, love, trust, and loyalty at Baruch College. They were brought together by the Gamma Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity Incorporated and given the outstanding opportunity to make history. On November 20th, 1999, those women became the founding mothers of Theta Phi Gamma Sorority Incorporated.

Each founder contributed something very unique to the sorority. They spent a month deciding how we would be unique compared to other sororities in the American Greek system. It was agreed that we would prioritize diversity, while exemplifying the true meaning of sisterhood and womanhood. The founders also wanted to become leaders in school, the workplace, and society, and therefore wanted the organization to empower future generations of sisters to do the same.

The Crest Over The Years

Then

Now

Theta Phi Gamma: Now

Since 1999, Theta Phi Gamma Sorority has expanded to more schools regionally. We have sisters from Baruch College, Hunter College, John Jay College, Fashion Institute of Technology, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Laguardia Community College, Medgar Evers College, Queens College, St. Francis College, Lehman College, and more.

We continue to provide women with opportunities for leadership, academic excellence, sisterhood, and networking.