Sigma Kappa

Lambda Beta Chapter

Letter from the Chapter

Letter from the Chapter

Sigma Kappa has been an adventure more than anything for me. But, being part of a colony class has been an amazing experience for my whole chapter. Being in Sigma Kappa, however, is more than being in a social organization. Living life through your values is what it means to be a Sigma Kappa. Fostering loyalty, service, friendship, and personal growth is what it means to be a Sigma Kappa. Loving your sisters for who they are and respecting their differences is what it means  to be a Sigma Kappa. Accepting your bid into this organization is one of the best decisions you will ever make. Know that you will be challenged in your everyday life. Know that you will be asked for more, because you are part of a Greek community. Know that you will have an infinite amount of love coming your way from your sisters. Always remember that we are one whole unit. We succeed as a whole, we fail as a whole, we struggle as a whole, and we thrive as a whole. Joining Sigma Kappa will force you to change in a positive way. You will want to reach out to your sisters and you will want to do as much service as possible because the bonds that you foster with your sisters are truly unique. It’s not about whether or not you know everyone or only a few sisters because the relationships form themselves. There is no pressure to be someone you are not and there is no greater acceptance than being in your sisters’ presence. If you trust the “process” of Sigma Kappa you will get all that you could ever want out of this experience. You get out of it what you put in, and we all put in our whole hearts. Before joining this organization I knew nothing about sorority life, nor was I really sure I wanted to be a sorority woman. Little did I know that accepting my bid would be one of the most beneficial things I have ever done. Every day I find myself being challenged and constantly striving to be better and be more involved on campus. I knew I was joining something bigger, I never imagined I would be a part of something so pΣrfeΚt.

Vice President of Programming