"...to enrich the college experience of women of similar ideals, to build lasting friendships, and to foster personal growth."
— excerpt from our mission statement
The Gamma Tau chapter of Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Columbia University in 1992. We are a sisterhood of girls from diverse backgrounds involved in various activities on campus, throughout New York City, and wherever our pursuits take us. Check out our Leadership Page to look at our continually growing list of involvement!
About a hundred years ago, seven Jewish women attending Cornell University were among many women who were discriminated against by Greek organizations because of their identity. In response to such exclusion, these seven women decided to establish their own sorority that would respect the individuality of its members. Thus, Sigma Delta Tau was founded in 1917 at Cornell University. Today, SDT exists as a national sorority that is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference.