Before the official founding of the Gamma Rho Chapter at Seton Hall University, there was a group of women on campus who were an auxiliary group affiliated with Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity, known as the "Little Sisters."
Due to changes in North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) policies, as well as Seton Hall's policies, Little Sister groups were prohibited.
Those women, in an attempt to help expand Greek Life for women at Seton Hall and also hold on to their fraternal bonds with each other, petitioned Alpha Sigma Tau National Sorority to colonize on campus.
They were granted colony status, and the 13 original Founding Sisters, along with the members of the first recruited class - the Alphas - were officially chartered on February 8, 1992. That makes us one of Seton Hall's oldest sororities on campus at 28 years strong!