Delta Gamma

Chapter History

 

Tennessee Tech University is home to Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Delta Gamma. Epsilon Epsilon chapter began in Cookeville, Tennessee as the local sorority, Kappa Pi Omega. The sisters of Kappa Pi Omega petitioned Delta Gamma Fraternity and announced going national on April 17th, 1980. At this time, Kappa Pi Omega ceased to exist. On November 8th, 1980, Epsilon Epsilon was chartered by Delta Gamma.

Today, we are a remarkable group of women who are strong as individuals but know that true greatness can only be achieved through sisterhood with others. Individually, we each achieve great things and contribute to the world around us in unique ways. Together, we work to enrich the lives of one another through the bonds of sisterhood. We cherish the ability to build these bonds and this sense of sisterhood without sacrificing our individuality. We are also proud of our reputation for being a down-to-earth and genuine group of women.

Delta Gamma offers all of its members a variety of ways to develop leadership within our chapter, as well as around the TTU campus. We remember that we are Tennessee Tech Delta Gammas, and thus encourage our members to be involved on campus.