Sigma Kappa is not just an experience for women in college. Membership is for a lifetime. Sigma Kappa offers a customizable alumnae experience that provides our members with opportunities to cultivate friendships, serve the community, and explore the world around us with our sisters. By staying involved with Sigma Kappa, we want you to Inspire, Lead, Connect and Give throughout your life. 




Do you know a sister who embodies what it means to be a Sigma Kappa, is a leader in her field or community, and inspires those around her? We want to know about it! Share here.

Legacy Link

Continue the legacy of Sigma Kappa through the Legacy Link program. Through this program, participants will be introduced to the values of Sigma Kappa, receive a small gift from the organization every fall, and learn what it means to be a part of a sisterhood. 


Alumnae Initiates

The opportunity to join Sigma Kappa does not end in college. Sigma Kappa's alumnae initiate program is a meaningful opportunity to experience personal growth, friendship and service. To learn more about the qualifications and application process click here. 


Walk to End Alzheimer's

Every year, Sigma Kappas across the country participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. As a platinum national team, Sigma Kappa commits to raising $500,000 each year for the Alzheimer's Association through the Walk. For the past two years, we have surpassed $1 million in fundraising on a national level. Click here to find Walk in your city and join. 



Alumnae Chapters

Looking for sisterhood, new friends, networking, or just staying connected? Alumnae chapters are an opportunity to engage and lead in a local area. Learn more about chapters in your area here.


Volunteers are the heart of the current and future success of the Sorority. By giving back to Sigma Kappa, volunteers have the opportunity to help shape tomorrow’s leaders, share their unique talents with alumnae and collegians and be part of the Sorority leadership team. Our volunteers have the opportunity for continued leadership and personal development, a chance to mentor women and influence lives, and opportunities to travel and network.  

Live with Heart Facilitator Team 

The Live with Heart Facilitator Team is made up of alumnae members with expertise in engaging collegians and helping them facilitate communication on such topics as diversity and inclusion, healthy relationships, member safety and supportive sisterhoods, mental health and personal development. Learn more about the LWHFT under Bold Commitments here.


Notable Alumnae

Learn about notable Sigma Kappas who have made bold strides in their careers and communities.    



Virtual Clubs

Share your love of reading, cooking or traveling with fellow Sigma Kappas through our virtual Book ClubCooking Club or Travel Club!


Sigma Kappa Triangle

First published in 1907, the Sigma Kappa Triangle is Sigma Kappa's quarterly magazine featuring sorority news and stories about our members and chapters. Sigma Kappas can read the digital version of the Sigma Kappa Triangle online and submit their stories and photos. 


The LowDown

Stay up-to-date on Sigma Kappa programs, fraternity and sorority community, higher education and life skills through the LowDown and the LowDown podcast. 


Social Media

Stay "social" with Sigma Kappa on the great things our organization and chapters are doing by following Sigma Kappa on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube!  


Connect Events & Road Trips

At Connect events, we provide space for alumnae to come together, socialize and connect back to Sigma Kappa. The national organization hosts Connect events in select cities throughout the country, inviting all area alumnae to attend an evening with sisters.

  • Fall 2020 - Connect events have been postponed due to COVID-19. To learn more about the national organization's response click here 

Through Road Trips, we have been able to take connecting on "the road." These virtual events are an opportunity to connect with fellow alumnae, meet sisters in the area, and ask questions to the national organization, all in a virtual format  


Virtual Tailgates

Fall 2020 football season looks very different, but that doesn’t mean Sigma Kappas can’t still get together and show school spirit! Join sisters from your chapter to catch up and share favorite memories. Check out the schedule for the inaugural Virtual Tailgate.

If your chapter and institution is listed below, stay tuned for your email invite!

Upcoming Schedule
  • Sept 24- Xi, The University of Kansas
  • October 1- Beta Epsilon, Louisiana Tech University
  • October 8 - Epsilon Chi, Virginia Tech University
  • October 15- Kappa Eta, Texas Christian University
  • October 22 - Beta Eta, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • October 27 - Alpha Gamma, Washington State University
  • October 29 - Alpha Epsilon, Iowa State University
  • My chapter is listed on the schedule, but I haven’t received an email. How do I RSVP?
    • You can reach out to Sarah Eller, director of alumnae services.
  • If I didn’t RSVP, can I still attend?
    • Since space is limited, please contact Sarah Eller to see what availability is left.
  • How long is the virtual tailgate?
    • All virtual tailgates will last one hour.
  • What technology will I need for the virtual tailgates?
    • We will be using the Zoom platform. If you are unfamiliar, with Zoom- learn more here.
  • What will we be doing during the virtual tailgates?
    • This is all about you and your chapter sisters. You’ll be connecting with them and sharing memories.



National Alumnae Dues

Support the work of the organization by contributing your $35 national alumnae dues. Your dues fund programming and leadership development for collegians and alumnae, promote growth and support of chapters, and provide vital resources needed to sustain and strengthen our sorority. National dues are a direct investment into our future. 

Foundation Giving

Since the inception of the Sigma Kappa Foundation, their work and grants have had a significant impact. The Foundation has given $2 million in grants for leadership and educational programming, $1.65 million in scholarships and individual emergency grants to support more than 800 members, and $10 million to Alzheimer’s disease research and services. By giving to the Foundation, you are helping continue to expand support for Sigma Kappa and our members. Click here to learn more about the Foundation. 



Sigma Kappa understands everyone needs someone to talk to at times, and for women who are on-the-go, it can sometimes be hard to find time to get help. Because we are dedicated to the wellness of our members, Sigma Kappa has partnered with Talkspace to provide personal, convenient and confidential online counseling at a discounted rate to our alumnae members by providing a voucher code to use for online counseling. To learn more about the partnership, click here

Day of Service

Service and philanthropy are very important to Sigma Kappa, and it is important for our members to continue to find ways to positively impact our communities. By encouraging our members to get involved in daily acts of service, we can change the world for the better. Get more information on Day of Service.