Sigma Kappa Extension 

Since our founding in 1874, Sigma Kappa has initiated nearly 172,000 women. We are proud of our collegiate chapters and are always looking for opportunities to extend to new campuses. Please take a moment to learn more about our upcoming extension efforts and details about how to start a Sigma Kappa chapter!


Current Extension Activities

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In fall 2018, we will be reestablishing our Alpha Omega Chapter at The University of Alabama. If you are a current student at UA or if you know a potential member that would be a good fit for Sigma Kappa, please email her name and contact information to Additional event details can be found at


Follow along our Alabama journey via social media! (UASigmaKappa)

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The Initiation and Installation of our Alabama new chapter will take place in  November. An email with specific details will be sent to area alumnae. 


How do I start a Sigma Kappa chapter on my campus? 
This is one of the most frequent questions we are asked! 

As one of 26 members of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), Sigma Kappa abides by a set of policies that all NPC sororities must follow. These policies state that on campuses with sororities, the campus Panhellenic council must first vote to add a new sorority, then review proposals and choose the organization that best fits their sorority community.


Once a local college Panhellenic is officially open for extension, Sigma Kappa will research the opportunity. Our goal is to examine each campus thoroughly and select those opportunities that complement our values and make fiscal sense.


The NPC Extension Committee can assist any campus wishing to add a NPC chapter, establish a Panhellenic system and can guide a local sorority wishing to affiliate with a national organization. For assistance and additional details about the process, please visit:


If you have additional questions about Sigma Kappa extension or want additional information about any of our upcoming colonizations, please contact Melinda Mettler, director of extension, at