Where are Sigma Kappa chapters?

Single Letter Chapters

Chapter Name Institution Location
Gamma Colby College Waterville, Maine
Delta Boston University Massachusetts
Epsilon Syracuse University Syracuse, New York
Zeta George Washington University District of Columbia

How many active Sigma Kappa chapters are there?

300 active chapters
We have over 300 active chapters, more than 16,000 undergraduate members, and at least 200,000 living alumni.

What is Sigma Kappa known for?

The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities.

Who are the 5 founders of Sigma Kappa?

In 1874, Sigma Kappa was founded by five women: Mary Caffrey Low Carver, Elizabeth Gorham Hoag, Ida Mabel Fuller Pierce, Frances Elliott Mann Hall and Louise Helen Coburn.

How do I join Sigma Kappa?

​Be enrolled in a two-year college with an active Sigma Kappa Delta Chapter. Have completed a minimum of one college course (excluding developmental courses) in English language or literature. Have no grade lower than a B in English. Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in general scholarship.

How much does Sigma Kappa cost?

For philanthropy events, members are given ten tickets for a price of $5/ticket and if members sell all of their tickets then it is no cost to them….New Member Financial Information.

Inter/National Fee $100
Initiation Fee $185
New Member Dues $387
Badge Fee $59
Chapter Dues Included

What are Zeta Tau Alpha colors?

This is used by most chapters but is not a national symbol. The colors of Zeta Tau Alpha are Turquoise Blue and Steel Grey. Our Flower is White Violet which grows in abundance in Virginia. The Open Motto of Zeta Tau Alpha is “Seek the Noblest”.

How much does it cost to be in Sigma Kappa?

National alumnae dues are $35 annually. These dues pay for new resources for alumnae and collegians, extension opportunities to grow the organization, technology initiatives to enhance the membership experience and Sigma Kappa national headquarters staff.