Letter from the Chapter
My name is Remy Hogan and I am the President of the Theta Beta chapter of Sigma Kappa.
Going Greek is without a doubt the best decision I made during my college career. Because of the way that Greek life is depicted in the media, I always assumed that joining a sorority simply meant having a group of women with which to wear matching shirts and take cute pictures. The reality is that Greek life is so much more and so much better than I ever could have imagined.
It is forming lifelong friendships and learning the value of personal growth and development; it is finding a support system from which to draw inspiration and grow as a leader and friend; it is smiles and constant laughter as we spend a Saturday serving our community or getting ready for our Sunday meetings; it is meeting the women who will one day become your bridesmaids, and learning what it means to be a strong, empowered woman who serves others.
Sigma Kappa has given me my fondest memories, my closest friendships, my strong leadership skills, and my dedication to service. Each year, we welcome amazing women into our sisterhood who grow as leaders and as sisters; it always brings me great pride to see our chapter grow, and I am excited to continue meeting you wonderful women who could grow in the mystic bond.
If you are considering going Greek, here are some tips so that you feel prepared and excited to meet your new lifelong support system:
- Come to our events! We always have open events during which you are welcome to come chat with us about what Greek life is all about and it is the perfect opportunity to meet a lot of the women in our organization.
- Just say hi! We are always wearing our letters with pride, so if you see us on campus, at Target, or on a Starbucks run, come say hi! We love meeting you and we are more than happy to meet up for dinner at The Spot or to grab coffee at Cactus.
- Time management. Our academics are really important to us; that is why we are all here, right? We prioritize making time to get homework done and we are always #SigmaStudying, so we would love for you to join us for study sessions in the library!
Maybe you are consider going through recruitment but you are not really sure what it is all about, or you have been looking forward to joining a sorority for years. Either way, the Greek life on this campus is welcoming and we are all happy to answer any questions you may have. On behalf of my chapter, I hope you decide to take the leap and find your home.
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