The mission of Tau Omega Rho is to unite students for a stronger sense of involvement within the California State University, Northridge community, through the involvement in student government, working on campus, and having a strong social friendship and network involving other students on campus.
Tau Omega Rho Fraternity is also known as Tau Omega Rho, TΩP, or TOP. After our founding in the Spring of 2009, we have continued to grow and thrive on the CSUN campus. Although being fairly new to campus is difficult, our members are no strangers to the limelight of the social life. In such a short time, we have now become one of the strongest houses on campus through our academics, philanthropy, athletics, and brotherhood. Tau Omega Rho always encourages its members to strive for three principles: Courage, Integrity, and Excellence. By pushing all men to achieve these traits we will chip away at the "Fraternity Stereotype" and become the change we want to see. Tau Omega Rho welcomes diversity and was established on that idea. Tau Omega Rho promotes greek unity by attending sorority and fraternity events such as philanthropy events, intramural games, and fundraisers. We also have structured our philanthropies to include sororities as well as fraternities. We continue to partner with our faculty adviser Erin Kiser, the Assistant Director of Athletics at CSUN, in order to promote school spirit by supporting Matador Athletics at various athletic events.