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Mu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. at Texas A&M University-Commerce

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Mu Zeta Legacy

Through the determination and perseverance of
one young lady, Soror Drulisia Moss, of Fort Worth, TX,
to bring a new meaning of Sisterhood, promote scholastic achievement, emphasize the value of poise and personal dignity, provide community service, and commit to the quality of youth, Mu Zeta was established on the campus of East Texas State University (now Texas A&M University-Commerce) in Commerce, Texas.  Under the guidance of Soror Lecia Swain, Southwestern Regional Syntaktes, Mu Zeta was officially chartered on December 6, 1991.  The first official charter line was inducted into membership on November 24, 1991.  Those members were:

"The First Ten Creations of Illustrious Pearls of

Sigma Gamma Rho"

Tanya Anderson ( Diana, TX) 
Patricia Callahan ( Dallas, TX)
Waymona Webster ( Hearn, TX)
Keisha Williams( Dallas, TX)
LaSonya Lacey ( Waxahacie,  TX)
Caprice Wilder ( Dallas, TX)
Trina McRiffin ( Terrell, TX)
Angela Jones( Dallas, TX)
Sherry Williams ( Dallas, TX)
Odessa Brown( Paris, TX)


Alpha Omicron Sigma Graduate Chapter is the advising sponsor for Mu Zeta Chapter.  AOS is located in the heart of Dallas, TX and is also advising to our sister chapters, Eta Alpha-University of North Texas, along with Gamma Iota-Paul Quinn College.


Continuing their legacy of the charter, members of Mu Zeta, we uphold the lighted TORCH of Sigma Gamma Rho through working for the betterment of our sorority, our campus, and the community as a whole. Hence upholding our sorority slogan,

“Greater Service, Greater Progress”.

Mu Zeta, Back in the 90s.

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Chapter Sorors Past/Present

True Beauties wear 10 pearls and 2 rubies.