Who we are:
Chi Sigma Rho is a local sorority at Bloomsburg University established in 1967. We currently have 46 active sisters. As of Fall 2019, our sisterhood consists of over 1000 sisters, 99 pledge classes, and countless memories.
Motto: Unity Through Individuality
Colors: Grey & Yellow
Symbol: Eight-Pointed Star
Song: True Colors
On October 22, 1967, six girls met informally to discuss the idea of a new social sorority at Bloomsburg State College. Miss Barbara Loomo, who was asked to be the group's advisor, was also present. The name Chi Sigma Rho was decided upon. The following officers were tentatively elected: Carol Grimm, President; Peggy Walter, Vice President; Sue Magill, Secretary; Anne Fleming, Treasurer; Marilyn Nunchar, Historian; and Joanne Cashman, Parliamentarian. Gray and yellow were proposed as the sorority's colors, and the yellow carnation as the flower.
On October 30, 1967, Chi Sigma Rho was approved by the Inter-Fraternity Council as a proposed sorority.