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Welcome to Sigma Kappa's recruitment website for Austin Peay State University! 

 

It’s easy to sign up for Sigma Kappa’s recruitment process. Simply click “Sign up for a Personal Visit.” If you have any questions, email APSU@sigmakappa.org.  We can't wait to meet you! 

 

Information Nights 

Come learn more about joining Sigma Kappa. Our leadership consultants will review more about our history, values and what our recruitment process will look like. An RSVP is not required and feel free to bring your friends!

Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 7:00 pm, UC Ballroom C

Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 7:00 pm, UC Ballroom C 

 

Extension Events 

Philanthropy Night: Wed. Sept. 20 at 7:00 pm, UC Ballroom

Join us to learn more about Sigma Kappa's national philanthropies and our partnership with the Alzheimer's Association.

Sisterhood Night: Thursday, Sept. 21 at 7:00 pm, UC 303/305 

Join us to hear about our outstanding sisterhood.

Preference: Friday, Sept. 22 at 4:00 pm

Our preference event is by-invitation only and will include a ceremony.

Bid Day: Saturday, Sept. 23 at noon

Bid day is by-invitation only and will celebrate our new members! 

 

 

 

Leadership Consultants on Campus

In August, Sigma Kappa leadership consultants will begin our PR efforts around campus. They will be tabling in the UC, meeting with students and learning more about life at APSU. If you would like to meet with one of our leadership consultants to learn more about joining Sigma Kappa at APSU, please email APSU@sigmakappa.org

 

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Questions? Email APSU@sigmakappa.org

 

Who is Sigma Kappa?

Sigma Kappa Sorority was founded November 9, 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. We currently have more 165,000 members, 124 collegiate chapters and 110 alumnae chapters.

 

Quick facts:

Founded: November 9, 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine

Open Motto: One Heart, One Way

Values: Personal Growth, Friendship, Service, Loyalty

Jewel: Pearl

Flower: Wild purple violet

Colors: Maroon and lavender

Symbols: Dove and Heart

Philanthropy: Gerontology (the study of aging), with a focus on Alzheimer's disease research and programs directed at improving the lives of older citizens; Inherit the Earth; Maine Seacoast Mission.