In the Fall of 2014, Donna Chow, a sister of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at the University of Georgia transferred to the University of Connecticut (UConn). After her first semester at the University of Connecticut, Donna Chow realized that she wanted sisters with her on campus and wanted to share her positive experiences from the sorority with others. Thus, began the start of an interest group at UConn. Another fellow student, Victoria Moun, desired to bring another Asian-Interest sorority as well because she wanted to have a family away from home and someone to call a sister.
At first, Donna Chow was unsure of the decision, however, eventually the two worked together to form an interest group on campus. After a few months of recruitment, Angela Villella joined the original interest group. All three ladies joined forces to continue the recruitment process despite the adversities they faced. Finally in the Spring of 2016, seven ladies came together: Bernice Sit, Kaitlyn McCarthy, Victoria Moun, Janet Zheng, Tiffany Hsu, Angela Villella, and Sylvia Wang. At first the ladies were very unfamiliar with the process and were all strangers to each other, but with the guidance of fellow sisters of Delta Phi Lambda and the passion to become dedicated female leaders, they became the Charter Class at the University of Connecticut.