Alpha Sigma Tau

Delta Delta Chapter at University of Illinois at Chicago

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Chapter History

For over 100 years, Alpha Sigma Tau has held an active presence at universities and colleges across the country. From its very beginnings in 1899 to today, the purpose of Alpha Sigma Tau has been to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members and members have maintained high standards of scholarship, friendship, and social grace. 

The Delta Delta chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau was colonized at University of Illinois at Chicago on February 11, 1995. Since then our chapter has grown to be the largest sorority on campus, currently home to over 70 sisters who are dedicated to upholding the purpose of the sorority and the ideals of its founders. 

Founders and the Alpha Class at our chapter's first Pinning Ceremony