R EASONS TO GO G REEK : Lifelong friendship Connections Social Aspects Philanthropy Life skills
L IFE L ONG F RIENDSHIP By joining Sigma Sigma Sigma, you are automatically exposed to people who, if you hadnt joined, you may never have the opportunity to meet. You can never have enough friends and going Greek expands your social circle. The women you pledge with will soon become like a second family and will most likely be the people you see at your wedding and other momentous events in your life. They will be there to support you, hang out with you, eat meals with you, and always have your back. What could be better than that?
C ONNECTIONS : Another wonderful aspect of joining a sorority is the connections you gain once you become an active member. Once you are initiated you are automatically connected by an invisible bond to women across the country. You have shared experiences that few have and sometimes that connection alone could give you an edge up on competition for an internship, recommendation, or job.
S PECIAL A SPECTS : Theres really no ignoring or denying that Greeks know how to have fun. Sororities know how to have a good time no matter the occasion! Between formals, socials, sisterhood outings, or just hanging out on a Saturday afternoon going Greek will guarantee you never have a dull moment on campus!
Our annual Watermelon Bust with the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
P HILANTHROPY : Greek organizations across the country raise thousands of dollars a year for various charities. Not only do Greeks raise money, they also spread awareness and participate in numerous and creative philanthropy events. Helping others and leading by example is something very important to every Greek organization and what could possibly be better then having a great time while helping improve others lives?
Our annual Pancake Dinner we have in honor or the Robbie Paige Memorial
L IFE S KILLS : Many people may not associate receiving life skills as a perk of joining a sorority but to them I say; you clearly must not have joined. Going greek teaches you how to get along with large amounts of people, how to carry yourself with respect and class, how to speak publicly, and countless other valuable lessons. The standards that all greek organizations hold their members to are meant to improve them not only as students but also as human beings.