Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma was founded at Hunter College, (New York, New York) in November of 1913 by ten courageous women. Phi Sig has 115 active chapters internationally and 60,000 initiated members. This mission of Phi Sigma Sigma is, "To inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood." The official sorority colors are king blue and gold. The American Beauty Rose is the sorority flower. Their symbol is the sphnix and their jewel the sapphire. The Phi Sigma Sigma open motto is, "aim high." The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation now supports their new philanthropy, School and College Readiness. Phi Sigma Sigma was the first collegiate nonsectarian sorority welcoming women of all faiths and backgrounds.
The Epsilon Chi chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma was founded at IU Southeast in 1990. We support our international philanthropy with our annual Survival of the Phierce event. We also support our local philanthropy, American Cancer Society, with our annual Ribbons for Life event and our participation in Relay for Life every summer. We 'aim high' in all that we do- some of our sisters are members of Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society and Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society. We love our Founder's original idea of inclusivity and we honor them by celebrating our diversity and welcoming girls from all walks of life. Want to know more about Phi Sigma Sigma? Come chat with us at one of the summer orientations or contact our President, Rachel!