The History of Omega Tau Pi
The organization began in Baton Rouge,LA within
the high school setting in the late eighties after the revival of the Greek system on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
A group of students formed a dance team that included seven young men that called themselves "Unity Phi Unity". Along
with those seven young men, several young ladies aligned themselves to dance also and they were known as the "U-Girls".
The "U-Girls" along with "Unity Phi Unity" dedicated themselves to their studies and also to their talents, which they displayed
throughout the Baton Rouge area.
A few years later, "Unity Phi Unity" changed
their name to Upsilon Phi Upsilon Fraternity to strengthen their bonds of brotherhood as they entered the campus of Southern
University. Not long after, the "U-Girls" which consisted of the following young ladies: Vonnie Trimble, Zanovia Chube,
Veronica Gilkes, Charvette Brock, Tashieka Johnson, Janelle Dillon, and Montrelle George, followed in their brother's footsteps
and became charter members and founders of this sorority except Montrelle George because of an age requirement on Southern
University's campus. Kayla Ford was added to the charter roster and became the last young lady to make the final seven
In 1994, Omega Tau Pi was created and became
a way for youn ladies to display their talents and attributes while striving to maintain academic achievement and professional
growth. The name "Cutie Pie" was coined to the members of the organization not because of physical appearance, but because
of the sorority's good nature and love of social and community involvement.