Founded: November 9, 1874 - Colby College in Waterville, Maine
Chartered at University of West Georgia: April 3, 2011
Flower: Wild Purple Violet
Symbol: Heart and Dove
Colors: Maroon and Lavender
National Philanthropy: Gerontology with a focus on Alzheimer's disease research, Maine Seacoast Mission, Inherit the Earth
Sigma Kappa is the newest sorority to join the University of West Georgia Panhellenic community, and already our sisters are beginning a lifetime of friendship and traditions. With 110 collegiate Sigma Kappa chapters and over 120 alumnae chapters across the United States, you can find a Sigma Kappa sister anywhere you go!
Sigma Kappas strive to uphold the values of personal growth, friendship, loyalty, and service. Each semester, we support Sigma Kappa's philanthropic causes by visiting local nursing homes, sending canned goods and gift cards to Maine, and partipating in road clean-ups to benefit the Carrollton area. Sigma Kappa sisters work on their leadership development through involvement in a variety of campus organizations, including Panhellenic recruitment counselors, Student Government, SAC, Mock Trial, Pre-Law Society, Campus Outreach, and Residence Assistants. Our sisters are also in the Honor's College and on the Dean's List and take pride in maintaining high academic standards.
Even with a calendar full of classes and service projects, Sigma Kappas find time to enjoy ourselves at our sisterhood dinners and retreats, fraternity mixers, ice cream parties with other Panhellenic sororities, and our Violet Ball formal!
The purpose of Sigma Kappa is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bring women together to positively impact our communities. At the University of West Georgia and beyond, Sigma Kappas always live "One Heart, One Way."