Georgia Institute of Technology Colony
Two distinguished ladies founded the Georgia Institute of Technology Colony of Sigma Sigma Rho on September 10, 2005. Divya Purohit and Meeta Kasan worked hard to establish this organization on this prestigious campus. Over the next few years the colony began to expand as it gained interest and more dedicated sisters.
In 2007, the Multicultural Greek Council was established at Georgia Tech and Sigma Sigma Rho was one of the founding organizations. GT Sigma Sigma Rho has maintained great relations with the other organizations on campus including the MGC and NPHC councils this involved both hosting events together and simply showing support and promoting unity on campus and in the Atlanta area.
Over the next 8 years Georga Tech successfully crossed 12 classes of incredibly passionate and hardworking young ladies. Many of whom have gone on to do wonderful things with their lives and their careers. Although the colony has generally remained small in size, the dedicated sisters of the GT Colony have never failed to show that they have very big goals that will be met at all costs. Performing the same duties as colonies twice its size the sisters of GT colony have shown passion and dedication to their letters.
At the national convention in the Summer of 2013 Georgia Tech Colony of Sigma Sigma Rho was awarded Colony of the Year by the National Executive Board. Since then the colony has continued to work hard and has provided a number of leadership opportunities to even some of the youngest members of this Sisterhood. All in all Georgia Tech Colony has strived to uphold the principles and pillars of the Sisterhood as a whole. Sisterhood, Society, and Remembrance will forever be represented on this campus.