PHI SIGMA RHO
Phi Sigma Rho was founded at Purdue University in 1984 by 2 women in engineering. Due to the demands of their rigorous academic programs, Abby McDonald and Rashmi Khana created the first social sorority for women in engineering and technology. Phi Sigma Rho currently has 44 collegiate chapters.
Founded in 2015 by Annie Cheng, Rachel Zhang, and Anusha Jain, the Alpha Theta chapter continues to strengthen Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through sisterhood and service to our Cal community.
Phi Sigma Rho upholds Friendship, Scholarship, and Encouragement. We are driven by our commitment to promote shared experiences, academic achievement, and service above self.