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Why Shop the Sigma Sigma Sigma Store?
Here at Greek U, we believe that sororities as storied and historical as Tri Sigma deserve the best in apparel and gifts. That’s why we strive to offer the newest, most popular, and highest-quality Sigma Sigma Sigma merchandise available on the market today.
Our vast selection contains a variety of Sigma Sigma Sigma shirts for rush, sisterhood events, big/little reveal, socials, and other events. You can also find a wide selection of jewelry, graduation stoles, and home decor to help you show your true colors.
Navigate to our online store and you will find Sigma Sigma Sigma sweatpants and shorts, all available in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles. Our primary goal is to make our selection so extensive that you can find whatever you’re looking for, whenever you need it.
Your source for Tri Sigma paddles and plaques, graduation stoles, and more, we’re the one-stop shop for Sigma Sigma Sigma goods online. And remember: we are constantly updating our clothing to reflect the greatest styles in the industry so be sure to check back to keep up with our most recent additions.
The History of Sigma Sigma Sigma
Tri Sigma was founded April 20, 1898 on the campus of Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. The campus was the first in the state to provide teacher education, and Tri Sigma was founded by eight female students studying to become teachers. Dedicated to the ideals of friendship, achievement, and diversity, Sigma Sigma Sigma strives to provide its members with a lifelong sorority experience and a lifestyle rich in high standards.
Represented by the official colors of purple and white, Sigma Sigma Sigma remains active in non-profit organizations and philanthropies around the country. Its official philanthropy is the robbie Page Memorial, which was established after the son of Tri-Sigma’s president died from polio in 1951. Today, the memorial works to support polio research and vaccine trials in the hopes of finding a cure for the disease.
Notable Tri Sigma alumnae include Mary Rhodes Russell, a Supreme Court Judge in Missouri, Carrie Underwood, American Idol winner and country music star, Valerie Gatto, Miss Pennsylvania 2014, and Billie Letts, prominent author.