|Sigma Pi Alpha|
Sigma Pi Alpha Sorority provides a lifetime of academic, social, cultural, community and family support; creating a space for sisters to express themselves, excel academically, be involved with the campus and community, and be a part of a wonderful sisterhood. It is as individuals that we strive for success and it is as SIGMAS that we achieve excellence. Sigma Pi Alpha is a commitment that will last a lifetime!
Crest of Sigma Pi Alpha
Does your group host culturally based programs? We host the Dia de los Muertos event yearly on campus, where we teach others and provide information about this festive day in the Hispanic community. We encourage other Sororities and Fraternities to participate in building altars and describe what they mean to them. We also have guest speakers, Aztec dancing, and other forms of entertainment.
What is the community service, philanthropy, or cause that your organization most frequently supports? Cystic Fibrosis
Approximately how many hours per month do individual members or your organization participate in community service or philanthropy projects? 4
How many community service or philanthropy projects does your organization participate in each semester? 4
Does your organization have a bylaw or statement regarding hazing? We do not haze.
Does your organization have an insurance policy? No
Does your organization have a Risk Management policy? No
Name: Sigma Pi Alpha
Minimum GPA: 2.0
Flower: Calla Lily
Color(s): Midnight Green, Shimmering Gold, Pearl, Onyx
Nickname: Sigmas or ELLAS
Motto: Mujeres con Cultura, Fuerza y Hermandad
Year: 1996 at University of California at Berkeley
First at Sac State: 2004
US Chapters: 10
You should know...
Sigma Pi Alpha Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1996 at the University of California, Berkeley by nine women who saw the need to create a close network of Latinas who want to make a difference in the communities starting with themselves. Sigma Pi Alpha addresses the academic, cultural, communal, and social needs of its sisters. We are a Chicana/Latina based sorority, but do not consist strictly of only Latina sisters. There are over 50 different nationalities within our Sorority. We promote higher education in future generations by granting scholarships to high school students. We are involved within our campus and our communities