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Omega Sigma Tau

Omega Sigma Tau is the first and largest Asian-interest fraternity established at UCLA. We proudly enter our 50th year of leadership, excellence, lifelong friendships, and service to our community. Even after four decades, our ideals remain stout: Brotherhood, Class, Confidence, Excellence, and Diversity. Nicknamed the “Gentlemen of Asian Greek Council (AGC),” Omegas excel academically, socially, and mentally. One will not find our fraternity anywhere else for we are proud to be the only chapter of its kind as our founding fathers envisioned. The experience of being part of Omegas is unlike anything one would imagine.

"If you're a good person, you're a good Omega."

2021-2022 Contacts

President: YG Hong -

Rush Chair: Billions Ung - (626)278-3373 

Social Chairs: Brian Nguyen and Daniel Hu - (714)725-6695

Chapter Facts

Nickname: Omegas
Founded: 1966, UCLA 
Philanthropy: Little Tokyo Recreation Center-Battle Royale
Colors: Navy Blue, Black, Silver
Purpose: Promoting friendship and service within the University and the community, promoting scholastic achievement, promoting a social program, cooperating with other student organizations in their service to the community and school, and upholding the standards of the University and developing the best qualities of character.


2013: Standards of Excellence Winner for Membership Development
2013-2014: Highest Overall GPA within the Asian Greek Council


Chapter History

Omega Sigma Tau was founded in 1966 by Ron Watanabe, Bob Tsutsui, and Dennis Onoda of the Nissei Bruins Men’s Club. These three names are icons in our history because of their efforts and their contributions to Omegas as presidents of the fraternity. The initial charter group that they formed with other members of the Nissei Bruins Men’s Club consisted of about twenty men.

Since its founding in 1966, Omegas has grown to become one of the largest and most active fraternities in the nation. Although the size of the fraternity does fluctuate, Omega Sigma Tau maintains an average of 65 members per year, and this fraternity has seen days when there were over 80 members during a school year.

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