Lamda Tau Omega

Chapter Name: Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Inc.

Chapter Designation: Trilogy Gamma Chapter of 

Chapter Founding Date: April 3, 1989

National Founding Date: October 9, 1988 at Montclair State University

Colors: Royal Blue and Light Gray

Official Mascot: The Enchanting Mermaid

Affiliation: Independent

Membership: Multiculturalism

Sorority Call: Seaquin

Motto: Excellence through Unity, Knowledge, and Dedication

Philanthropy: The Welfare of Children (Trilogy Gamma Chapter: March of Dimes Foundation)

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Awards received:

  • Chapter of the Year (2010-2011),
  • Scholarship Excellence Award (Fall 2014),
  • Community Service of the Year: Annual March of Dimes Step & Stroll Exhibition (2014-2015) Disclaimer: Womyn vs. Women

NJIT signature programs: El Grito De Poetas with the brothers of Lambda Theta Phi (Fall), Annual Brain Health Awareness Dinner (Fall), Annual March of Dimes Step & Stroll Exhibition (Spring)

"Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Inc. (ΛΤΩ) is a non-profit, Greek-letter organization that was founded on the principles of womyn empowerment, multiculturalism, and commitment to service. In Spring 1989, three determined womyn, Serafina Agnello, Renee P. Hobson and Iris V. Cruz, decided to go on the journey in search of a promising sisterhood. They knew of the need for such organization on the NJIT campus, where womyn were scarce in population. Inclusively, at the time, there was not a sorority on campus they felt catered to the needs of womyn from diverse backgrounds. On April 6, 1989, these three womyn established Trilogy Gamma Chapter at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Later in the years, Trilogy Gamma Chapter became the first metro-chapter of Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Inc., expanding to Rutgers University-Newark, where the existence on both campuses have achieved nothing less than Excellence through Unity, Knowledge and Dedication in all their endeavors."