Our Gamma Lambda chapter at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin was chartered on December 6, 1963, and the group of women who wanted to start a sorority did what many college women did in the 1960′s, they appealed to the Dean of Women. Their chapter doll is perfectly dressed for a snowy day on the slopes. Want to learn more about Gamma Lambda? Click inside!
Our Eta Xi Chapter is the only national sorority at Ursinus College, and was chartered on January 26th, 2002, after a local organization reached out to our national organization to investigate national affiliation. Eta Xi has a wonderful website, and you can see past photo albums, performances and experiences documented here. Ursinus was founded in 1869, and typically has around 1,800 undergraduate students. About 20 miles from Philadelphia, it boasts more than 100 courses of study.
Some of our chapters submitted dolls during the major sorority boom of the 80′s and our chapter from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Arkansas submitted a doll with 80′s flare. Epsilon Zeta Chapter was chartered on April 26, 1986. This group of strong, confident women believed strongly in Tri Sigma’s focus on character, talent, leadership and academic expertise.
Our Alpha Chi Chapter at Murray State University was installed on January 31, 1942. Twenty-six women interested in supporting the development of a Tri Sigma chapter met with Mabel Lee Walton in the Fall of 1942. This chapter is known for the outstanding membership experience it offers to women at Murray State, as well as the many awards won by this stellar group of women. Now, Tri Sigma is one of five NPC organizations on campus.
Our Psi Chapter at Marshall University was installed on March 17, 1922 as the first national sorority on Marshall’s campus. Their chapter doll reflects the dress of the time, and is a porcelain doll with a rust colored dress in the twenties “midday” dress popularized by young women of a particular social level.