Alpha Sigma Tau (ΑΣΤ)

Alpha Sigma Tau’s first chapter was founded on November 4, 1899 and has grown to include over 85 collegiate chapters and colonies and over 40 alumnae associations nationwide. The Beta Tau Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau was established at this campus on April 12, 1975 and has since initiated 450 women into the sisterhood. Before extension, we were Beta Tau, a local sorority founded in 1969. Today, we pride ourselves in being the only sorority on campus which is part of the National Panhellenic Conference. We are a diverse group with a common dedication to advancing our members, serving our communities, building lifelong friendships, and fulfilling the purpose of our sorority. To find out more information about us or our upcoming events, visit the Alpha Sigma Tau (ΑΣΤ) website.

Kappa Delta Phi NAS (ΚΔΦ N.A.S.)

Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority, Kappa Upsilon chapter was founded in 1972. Our mission is to encourage higher education ideals in our institutions, to promote a spirit of citizenship, individual character, and fellowship, and to oppose discrimination, on the basis of race, color or creed, in order to strengthen and preserve the bonds of sisterhood. For updates on recruitment activities and important information, please add us on Facebook: Rush Kappa Delta Phi N.A.S, Kappa Upsilon Chapter at UMass Lowell. Or follow Kappa Delta Phi on Instagram @instagram KappaUpsilon.

Alpha Omega (AΩ)

Alpha Omega prides itself on being the oldest sorority on campus and one of two local sororities at UMass Lowell. The sisters of Alpha Omega believe strongly in service to their community and to each other. Alpha Omega is an academic sorority that focuses on its members’ well-being so that they are able to grow and thrive both within the University and in other aspects of their lives as well. Joining Alpha Omega provides leadership, service, and networking opportunities. Above all, sisters find a home away from home within Alpha Omega. When asked before joining Alpha Omega, the majority of sisters said they would never join a sorority. Now, those same women say it was the best decision they have ever made. For more information check us out on Facebook: Alpha Omega - AΩ - UMass Lowell Sorority.

Phi Sigma Rho (ΦΣΡ)

Phi Sigma Rho was established in 1937 at the Lowell Textile Institute, currently known as the University of Massachusetts Lowell, making us the first sorority on campus. As a local sorority we believe in our service to the local community and to that of our University. The sorority name represents the principles of our organization; Phi signifying friendship, Sigma signifying service and Rho signifying responsibility. We inspire young women to become leaders while creating bonds of friendship and establishing lifelong networks. Phi Sigma Rho is dedicated to embracing diversity and developing amazingly confident women who are comfortable in their own skin. For more information email us at: and like us on Facebook: Phi Sigma Rho at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.