As of Fall 2022, TAPC is comprised of nine member organizations.
alpha Kappa Delta Phi
The Eta Chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. was established at the University of Texas at Austin on October 3rd, 1993 by 7 ambitious and dedicated women. We pride ourselves in being the largest, fastest-growing, and only international Asian-interest sorority. Our national philanthropy is Breast Cancer Awareness, where we've raised over $1 million nationally.
Creed: Love and Friendship
Motto: "Timeless Friendship Through Sisterhood"
Colors: Purple and White
Pillars: Sisterhood, Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and Asian Awareness
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness
Alpha Sigma Rho
Alpha Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. was founded on April 2nd, 1998 by twelve extraordinary women. The Beta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. was officially established at The University of Texas at Austin in 2000. Our national philanthropy is the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. Every year, we co-sponsor the Run/Walk 5K with the local chapter of NOCC.
Motto: "Strength in Unity"
Flower: Calla Lily
Colors: Red, White, and Silver
Pillars: Sisterhood, Service, Academic Excellence, Asian Awareness
Philanthropy: National Ovarian Cancer, Coalition Austin's Children Services, China Care
Delta Epsilon Psi
The Founding chapter of Delta Epsilon Psi was formed by 18 visionary leaders on October 1st, 1998 at The University Of Texas at Austin with the assistance of the sisters of Sigma Phi Omega and the brothers of Omega Phi Gamma. Since then, Delta Epsilon Psi has grown to be the largest South Asian-interest fraternity in the nation. The purpose of Delta Epsilon Psi is to develop leadership qualities within its members by instilling within them the three pillars (Brotherhood, Discipline, and Commitment) upon which the fraternity was founded.
Colors: Navy blue and silver
Pillars: Brotherhood, Discipline, and Commitment
Philanthropies: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Gamma Beta was founded by 9 founders in May 2000 at the University of Texas at Austin. The founders dedicated the fraternity to the betterment of men through morality, discipline, responsibility, unity, and academics. Gamma Beta currently has 6 chapters across Texas and Oklahoma.
Colors: Blue and Orange
Motto: "Make Good Men Better"
Pillars: Brotherhood, Unity, Courtesy, Respect, Discipline, Integrity, Perseverance, Indomitable Spirit, Humility
Philanthropy: Jade Ribbon Campaign
Kappa Phi Gamma
Founded by 27 visionary women, Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc. was established on November 8th, 1998 at The University of Texas at Austin as the nation’s first ever South Asian Interest-Based Sorority. The Founders envisioned a sorority built around 8 principles: Character, Leadership, Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service, Culture, Womanhood, and Self.
Mascot: Royal Bengal Tiger
Flower: Fire and Ice Rose
Colors: Green, Black, and White
Pillars: Character, Leadership, Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service, Culture, Womanhood, Self
Philanthropy: Cancer Awareness
Kappa Phi Lambda
The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda was established at The University of Texas at Austin on November 21, 2009. Our local philanthropic contribution is to the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW), and we annually hold Worlds Unite, an international festival to integrate and showcase the many different cultures on the UT campus.
Colors: Scarlet Red, White, Heather Grey
Pillars: Sisterhood, Service, Cultural Diversity
Philanthropies: Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) & Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW)
Lambda Phi Epsilon
The Zeta Chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded at The University of Texas at Austin on November 11th, 1989 by 13 visionary men. We are the 6th chapter of the organization and the first chapter outside of California. For our philanthropy, we work with the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) to help save the lives of patients requiring bone marrow transplants and raise awareness for leukemia and other blood disorders.
Colors: Royal Blue and White
Motto: Leaders Among Men
Pillars: Authenticity, Courageous Leadership, Cultural Heritage, Love, Wisdom
Philanthropy: National Marrow Donor Program
Omega Phi Gamma
The Founding Chapter of Omega Phi Gamma was formed by 20 visionary gentlemen on May 21st, 1995 with the assistance of the sisters of Sigma Phi Omega. We host the UNITY Talent Show every September, the largest Asian-American talent show on campus. Our fraternity is known across the UT community for our traditional step performances. Our local philanthropy is LIVESTRONG and our national philanthropy is Mental Health Awareness. We also participate in St. Baldrick’s Brave The Shave and The Project UT annually.
Colors: Black, Grey, and White
Pillars: Brotherhood, Academics, Philanthropy
Philanthropies: LIVESTRONG, Mental Health Awareness
Sigma Phi Omega
Sigma Phi Omega was founded in 1949 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles by a group of 17 Japanese women in response to the World War II and Pearl Harbor growing anti-Asian-American sentiments. Since 1949, Sigma Phi Omega has expanded across the United States, forming multiple chapters in California and Texas, consisting of a multitude of women from various cultures and backgrounds.
Mascot: White Dove
Flower: Yellow Rose
Colors: Maize Yellow & Kelly Green
Pillars: Strength and Character