- Face Masks
- Totes & Bags
- Buttons & Magnets
- Stickers & Decals
- Car Accessories
- Graduation Stoles
- Fanny Packs
- Home Decor Gifts
- Paddles & Plaques
- Stationery & Desk Items
- Big & Little
Why Shop the Sigma Alpha Store Page?
When it comes time to purchase your Sigma Alpha goods, you want selection, value, and quality. Greek U is proud to deliver. Proud to offer the largest assortment of Sigma Alpha merchandise available on the web, Greek U is your source for a huge selection of Sigma Alpha apparel and gifts.
Are you looking for a gift for your favorite sister? Check out our selection of Sigma Alpha accessories, including pretty, printed scarfs, and beanies, or our assortment of Sigma Alpha jewelry, which is the perfect way to say “thank you” to a special friend for their support or friendship.
If you’d prefer to find something for yourself, pick up one of our Sigma Alpha shirts, which are available in a wide assortment of sizes, colors, and styles. We also carry Sigma Alpha sweatshirts, to keep you warm on a morning trip to the barn or during a long bout of studying for finals.
Our great selection of fun items makes it easy to spoil your big or little with the best gifts out there! Browse our wide selection of custom Sigma Alpha sunglasses or pick up one of our unique Sigma Alpha graduation stoles to celebrate your big walk across the stage.
All of these and more are waiting for you in our selection of gifts and merchandise, perfect for any Sigma Alpha occasion. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Our staff is always happy to help with custom or bulk orders. Contact us today to find something you’ll love for yourself or a friend.
The History of Sigma Alpha
Sigma Alpha was founded by five students: Ann Huling Mathews, Cindie Davis, Marilyn Burns, Jennifer McMillan and Amy Mathews. The organization got its name from the phrase “Sisters in agriculture.” Today, the sorority’s official colors are maize and emerald, and the mascot is the baby bull.
Sigma Alpha is currently the official affiliate of Agriculture in the Classroom, which doubles as the sorority’s national philanthropy and seeks to help students learn more about how agriculture improves and enhances economy and society at large. The philanthropy seeks to promote sustainable agriculture and agricultural literacy in all citizens.