On October 9, 2009, the Asian Sorority Interest Group was established to fill a void in the University of Minnesota’s Greek Community. Determined to bring the first Asian Sorority to the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, Angeline Heng, Elizabeth Kong, Choua Lee, Pang Zong Nancy Moua, Stacy Nou Moua, Sheng Thao, Nikita Nachao Vang, Kaonue Xiong, Mai Te Xiong and May Yang were inducted as the Charter “Classics” Class of Alpha Phi Gamma on June 15, 2014. In doing so, these Sisters established the first Asian Sorority at the University of Minnesota as well as the state of Minnesota. These Sisters acknowledge the importance of academic excellence, Asian awareness, community involvement, personal development and the potential for every woman to become a leader. The experiences and traditions that are formed shall become the cornerstone, truth, and strength for any woman seeking the lifelong Sisterhood of Alpha Phi Gamma.
Hmong Minnesota Student Association
Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence
Multicultural Kick-Off Leader/Ambassador Program
Chinese Scholars Student Association
Minnesota International Student Association
Women of Asia
Viivncaus - Hmong Women's Group
Community Assistant (Residential Assistant)
Multicultural Greek Council Board
Asian American Studies Minor
Union of Vietnamese Student Association of Midwest
Midwest Asian American Student Union
Multicultural Summer Research Opportunity Program
Community Engagement Scholars Program
Business Association and Multicultural Students
Business Association of Finance and Accounting Students
Mission & Vision
"Brotherhood, the main principle on which Beta Chi Theta stands, has allowed seemingly different individuals to unite as one for a single cause. Carrying out tradition, providing service to humanity, promoting South Asian awareness, striving for academic excellence, and creating a nationwide network are the other five principles upheld by our grand fraternity that molds our gentlemen into passionate, successful, and responsible leaders.
These principles are the unifying factors that tie every brother across the United States together and form the foundation of beliefs that characterize our gentlemen. Beta Chi Theta represents the means by which students of any ethnicity, socioeconomic class, or geographic location may come together and form a bond of brotherhood that lasts a lifetime while embracing the South Asian culture that our beliefs support."