Alpha Rho Lambda currently consists of five chapters in the Northeast and Texas. Although each chapter was founded by a group of students from the same campus, some of these chapters have grown to include Hermanas who attend other institutions of higher education in the vicinity. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
March 26, 1993, Yale University
As the founding chapter of the organization, Alpha Chapter continues to be a resource for Latinas and all women in the Southern Connecticut region. Alpha Chapter has had the honor of being the first of our chapters to induct a graduate student, thus proving that the organization is of benefit to women beyond their undergraduate studies.
May 4, 1996, Tufts University
Beta Chapter is the product of Alpha Rho Lambda’s expansion outside of Connecticut. From its small beginnings at Tufts University, the chapter now boasts chapter members and alumnae from more than seven campuses in Massachusetts.
Gamma Chapter is reserved for graduate and alumnae members of the organization. It serves to recognize the unique needs of graduate and professional women whose schedule constraints may not permit the same level of participation, as is characteristic of undergraduate chapters.
November 22, 1997, University of Texas at Austin
In the Fall of 1997, Alpha Rho Lambda undertook the bold project of expansion outside of the Northeast region. With the assistance of Texas native Leticia Martinez, one of our ten founders, we initiated a group of women from the University of Texas at Austin.
April 24, 1999, Our Lady of the Lake University
Epsilon Chapter in San Antonio, Texas is the most recent chapter to be founded. It is the second chapter founded in Texas. With the assistance of dedicated Delta chapter Hermanas, seven students from Our Lady of the Lake University were initiated. This young chapter has already demonstrated the leadership that prevails in all of our chapters.