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 The new member pin and triangle badge are to be worn above all other fraternity jewelry, whether honorary, professional, or social. The new member pin and the triangle badge are to be worn over the heart on the outer most layer of clothing to indicate membership. This policy means that the badges may not be used on bracelets as charms, lapel pins, pendants, rings, etc., until you are an alumna member.

 

All members' badges are the property of the national organization. The payment made for them by each initiate is considered to be a reasonable sum for the privilege of using the badge during a member's lifetime. Members may use the badge of a relative or a Sigma Kappa alumna.

 

Upon the death of a member one of the following is to be done:

  •  the badge may be buried with the member,
  •  the badge may be left to a chapter or to a relative who is a Sigma Kappa member,
  •  or the badge may be returned to national headquarters
Triangle Badge

The earliest badge design was what is now used as our new member pin. In 1894, the triangle badge was chosen. Jeweled badges were approved at the 1915 convention when the pearl was adopted as our national jewel. Unjeweled badges have a scroll edge.

New Member Pin

The new member pin is a Greek letter Sigma shaped like a serpent intertwined through a K. In 1920, this design was officially adopted as our new member pin.

 
 

Order of the Triangle Pin

The alumna pin was adopted in 1978. It is a small triangle pin of maroon enamel withSK etched in gold. It is worn as a lapel pin by alumnae.


 

Mother's Pin

The mother's pin is the Greek letters SK in a small hollow triangle enclosed in a gold circle.
 

Fifty-Year Pin

A gold circle pin etched with Sigma Kappa is given to fifty-year members. It is worn encircling the triangle badge.

 
Twenty-Five Year Pin

The twenty-five year pin is a silver violet surrounded by an open triangle with the numbers 25 in the middle of the violet and the Greek letters Sigma Kappa set to the left side of the triangle.

 

Seventy-Five Year Pin

The seventy-five year pin is a golden violet surrounded by an open triangle with a diamond in the middle of the violet and the Greek Letters ΣΚ set to the left side of the triangle. Presentation may include a display frame or case.

 

Pearl Court Pin

The Ernestine Duncan Collins Pearl Court Award is designed to recognize alumnae who are, and have been, the backbone of our chapters. Pearl Court is awarded on a national level, gives uniform recognition, and is not limited to one recipient per biennium. 

 

 All badges must be ordered through Sigma Kappa Sorority national headquarters. For badge pricing and badge information, please visit the members only side of the website and click on the Collegians tab. Contact Erica Lagos, chapter finance specialist, at chapterfinancespecialist@sigmakappa.org or 317-381-5508 to place your order.

 

Official Jewelry Orders

In partnership with Sigma Kappa, The Legacy Division of Herff Jones, official jeweler to Sigma Kappa, offers an exclusive line of quality badges, rings, and accessory jewelry.

Scroll Border Badge

 

Scroll Border Badge with Pearl Points

 

Crown Pearl Badge

 

Crown Pearl Badge with Garnet Points

 

Crown Pearl Badge with Alternating Garnets

 

Crown Pearl Badge with Amethyst Points

 

Crown Pearl Badge with Alternating Amethysts

 

NPC Badge - Crown Pearl with Alternating Emeralds

 

 

 All badges must be ordered through Sigma Kappa Sorority national headquarters. For badge pricing and badge information, please visit the members only side of the website and click on the Collegians tab and look under the Forms section. Contact Erica Lagos, chapter finance specialist, at chapterfinancespecialist@sigmakappa.org or 317-381-5508 to place your order.