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Why Shop the Sigma Kappa Store?
Whether you’re a Sigma Kappa girl, or you know someone who is, our Sigma Kappa store allows you to choose from a huge selection of Sigma Kappa clothing, designs, and merchandise.
True to the Sigma Kappa mission of growth, service, and loyalty, we always offer the best service, selection, and value on our orders. We’ve worked with hundreds of Sigma Kappa members around the country, and we offer the most authentic Sigma Kappa clothing and merchandise available.
At GreekU.com, we carry items that help ensure you’re on-point with modern Sigma Kappa trends and styles. Our high-quality, authentic Sigma Kappa clothing comes in a wide assortment of sizes, colors, and styles, so you can always find exactly what you’re looking for. Whether you’re searching for Sigma Kappa apparel to wear to an upcoming event or a few Sigma Kappa shirts for those special Sigma Kappa girls in your life, we’ve got everything you need for Greek sports events, charitable fundraisers, or a special dance.
But that’s not all! Our Sigma Kappa merchandise and gifts extend to include jewelry, hats, tote bags, and sunglasses. Some of most popular products for seniors include our Sigma Kappa graduation stolesand Sigma Kappa sweatshirts.
The History of Sigma Kappa
Founded on November 9, 1874, at Waterville, Maine’s historic Colby College, Sigma Kappa was originally the brainchild of five women. While the roots of most sororities throughout the U.S. are unique, the story of Sigma Kappa is a little extra special, since Colby College was the first New England Institution of Higher Learning to allow women to attend.
The first female student to attend the university was Mary Caffrey Low, who was admitted in 1871. She remained the only woman on campus for two years when, in 1873, four more women joined her. To strengthen the bond of sisterhood the women already felt, they decided to found a sorority, which they called Sigma Kappa.
The Sigma Kappa sorority works on the philanthropies of gerontology and Alzheimer’s disease research, as well as the Main Sea Coast Mission and Inherit the Earth. Currently, the sorority goes by the motto, “live with heart.”
Since those humble beginnings, the organization has grown to initiate upwards of 165,000 women around the world. Currently, Sigma Kappa has more than 120 active collegiate chapters in 36 states, and 120 alumnae chapters in 40 states!