Delta Rho Chapter
Delta Rho chapter was chartered on November 22, 1961 and on this historic date history was made. The organization of Delta Rho is marked as the first citywide undergraduate chapter of its kind in the South Central Region. Alpha Tau Omega chapter members Mattie Lewis and Zudora McCoy took the initial steps in the development of the Delta Rho chapter. Undergraduate chapters in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority are usually based on a single college campus, but Delta Rho chapter is unique in that it offers membership into Alpha Kappa Alpha to women attending colleges and universities in the city of San Antonio. Membership is offered to women attending Our Lady of the Lake University, St. Mary’s University, University of the Incarnated Word, Trinity University, and the University of Texas Health Science Center. The chapter can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Omicron Tau Chapter
Omicron Tau Chapter was chartered on the campus of the University of Texas on April 22, 1989. Before 1989, the University of Texas at San Antonio was one of the colleges encompassed in the city wide Delta Rho city chapter in San Antonio, Texas.
The original charter members were Wanda Denise Bradshaw, Sheila A. Drennan, Emebec Selassie, Leanne K. Swain, Shonda D. Calhoun, Michelle R. Henderson, Lisa M. Shead, Margaret Carr Waters, Lorinda M. Carr, Charlene P. Hyatt, Gwendolyn L. Smith, and Julian White, under the direction of International President Janet Jones Ballard and Jewel McFarland Thomas, South Central Regional Director.
Torrie Bianca Jackson, Undergraduate Member at Large served as president of Omicron Tau Chapter at the time of her election as an International Officer of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in 2012 at the San Francisco Boule.