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Undergraduate Chapters

In addition to serving the communities in which we live, Gamma Pi Sigma also has the distinct pleasure to serve as the advising chapter to undergraduate members at area colleges and universities. Theta Zeta at Marquette University, Eta Zeta at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Epsilon Omega at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater are currently the undergraduate chapters under the advisement of Gamma Pi Sigma.

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Marquette University
Theta Zeta
Shermonica McCoy,
Theta Zeta Basileus

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The Tremendous Theta Zeta chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was chartered on March 22, 1980, by seven women. The Theta Zeta chapter has made an immense contribution to the Marquette community. Our sorority was named the Sorority of the Year in 2017. Theta Zeta strives to make the Marquette community by being the difference and support campus events as volunteering for Make a Difference Day or hosting our annual RHOlationship panel. Theta Zeta will continue to contribute to the Marquette community as well as the greater Milwaukee area for many years to come. 

Rachael Bush, Advisor
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Eta Zeta
Twyla James, Advisor

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University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Epsilon Omega
Christiana Robinson,
Epsilon Omega Basileus

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We are the Illustrious Epsilon Omega Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated. We are proud to celebrate 46 years of Sisterhood, Scholarship, & Service! We are thankful for our six amazing Charter Members; Soror Carla Estrada, Soror Isabel Collett, Soror Linda Jones, Soror Karen Jarrett, Soror Cathy Smith, Soror Debra Watson, who paved the way! Epsilon Omega Chapter has flourished and grown on the campus of the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. We will continue to make an unforgettable presence on campus through Sisterhood, Scholarship and Service. Epsilon Omega SGRHOS are one of a kind and we are elated to keep continuing the legacy for years to come.

Keyana Jeffries, Advisor
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