Sigma Kappa is not just an experience for women in college. Membership is for a lifetime, and 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, together with our sisters. By staying involved with Sigma Kappa, we want you to Connect, Enjoy, Learn and Give throughout your life.
Alumnae chapters offer the opportunity to gather with sisters in person for fun events and meaningful friendships. Members of all ages are encouraged to join! Look here to find a chapter in your area. Can’t find an alumnae chapter in your area? Consider starting one! For more information, contact Melinda Mettler, director of extension.
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. Each of the past two years, we have surpassed $1 million in fundraising on a national level. Click here to find a Walk in your city and join.
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.
The common link we have is being Sigma Kappas. At Connect events, we provide space for alumnae to come together and socialize. The national organization hosts Connect events in select cities throughout the country, inviting all area alumnae to attend an evening with sisters.
- San Jose
- San Francisco
Alumnae Initiate Program
Sigma Kappa is not just for college students. Women of all ages and educational backgrounds who share our values and want to connect with other women and serve the community are welcome to our Sorority. Click here to learn more!
Connect your legacy to the sisterhood of Sigma Kappa at an early age and introduce her to our values: personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty. Every fall, we will send your legacy a small gift and give you tips on talking to her about Sigma Kappa. Legacies are the following relatives (or step-relatives) of Sigma Kappa members: sister, daughter, granddaughter and niece.
The Spring Thing is a virtual activity in which alumnae can complete an activity card to share, celebrate and reminisce about Sigma Kappa membership. In 2018, the grand prize winner, Rachel Shaffer, Eta,won a trip for two to the Sigma Kappa national convention in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Check back for more details about our Spring 2019 contest!
Sigma Kappa Traveler
Travel the world with your sisters, family, and friends! Let a tour guide take care of all the details. For more information, click here.
Sigma Kappa Triangle
Learn about Sigma Kappa programs and highlighted members in our quarterly magazine. Read the latest issue or look back at archives. You will receive a hard copy of the Sigma Kappa Triangle on a quarterly basis with the payment of your national alumnae dues.
Stay up-to-date on Sigma Kappa programs and news affecting the larger Fraternity/Sorority Community through our quarterly newsletter, The LowDown. Not receiving The LowDown? Make sure you update your information on your member profile.
The LowDown Podcast
Enjoy listening about topics like health, wellness, fraternity and sorority community, higher education and life skills that women need in all stages of their lives. Featuring experts in that field who share their insight and knowledge. Listen now!
Sigma Kappa welcomes alumnae members to share their time and talents with the organization by advising a local collegiate chapter or serving as a national volunteer. Check out all of the different volunteer opportunties.
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. Looking for more information on becoming a Live with Heart facilitator? Check out this Frequently Asked Questions document!
National Alumnae Dues
Support the work of the organization by contributing your $30 national alumnae dues. Your dues can help with moving the organization forward by advancing our technology, providing chapter support, and national headquarters staff.
Over the past two years, Sigma Kappa Foundation has given more than 140 scholarships totaling in excess of $200,000, assisted 19 sisters with more than $76,000 in emergency support, provided grants exceeding $440,000 to the Sorority for educational and leadership programming and so much more! By giving to the Foundation, you are helping us by continuing to expand support for Sigma Kappa and our members. Click here to learn more about the Sigma Kappa Foundation.