Sigma Kappa

Chapter History

Chapter History

 


Sigma Kappa was founded at The University of Arizona in 1978. Our home was relocated as of 2004 and in 2014  underwent an expansion and refurnishing. Currently our house allows 41 of our sisters to live in, giving them an opportunity to share this one of a kind experience. We are honored to live in our beautiful home here at the University of Arizona, in which we continue to be a prominent Panhellenic chapter on campus, creating everlasting memories, and recruiting astounding women into our sisterhood. 

Our members proudly wear Sigma Kappa letters around campus. Many of our members are involved in activities, ambassadors, clubs, and intramural sports associated with the University. 
The women of Sigma Kappa take deep pride in our education. At the University of Arizona the Zeta Omicron chapter is ranked number 2 on the list for highest GPA's in the Panhellenic community. As our current GPA is a 3.4, it is so empowering to work alongside women who work so hard. 
Sigma Kappa women live by our four values, those being personal growth, service, loyalty, and friendship. 
One Heart, One Way!