Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. was established on December 6, 1998 at the University of Houston by sixteen South Asian women brought together by the common goal of creating an organization to promote the advancement of South Asian women. Although these sixteen women came from various backgrounds, together they overcame their differences to lay the foundation for a sorority determined to unite women among the South Asian community and strengthen our presence. The Founders created the backbone of this sorority on the basis of the five pillars of Sisterhood, Respect, Loyalty, Honesty, and Friendship.
Through conviction and perseverance, their vision evolved into a reality and as a result has become the most sought after sorority for not only South Asian women, but women of all backgrounds, across the United States. With each passing year, Delta Phi Omega continues to grow and make its presence known not only within their respective universities but also within the community. Today, this sorority has grown to over 56 college campuses nationwide. It is proud to be known as the nation's largest, strongest, and fastest growing South Asian interest sorority.
College of William & Mary Colony
The College of William & Mary Colony was established on November 6, 2016 by seven destined founding mothers. Fueled by their desire to create a space on their campus for South Asian women and women of all backgrounds, they paved the way for multicultural organizations at the College by establishing the first South Asian sorority. Additionally, they also partnered with the only other multicultural Greek organization on campus to create the first and only Multicultural Greek Council at The College of William & Mary. Through months of hard work and dedication, these women have skillfully upheld the standards of this sorority and created an organization for women of all backgrounds.
The F.A.T.A.L. Founding Mother Class would like to give thanks to their recruitment team for helping them become deserving members of Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Incorporated and allowing them to continue this tradition of excellence.
Dean | Atisha Patel, Sister Liora #4, George Mason University Colony
ADP | Jita Benani, Sister Imarika #4, George Mason University Colony
PM | Bhavisha Patel, Sister Lava #2, Phi Chapter