Be a Phi Sig!

WHY Phi Sig? 

We are a dynamic, principled, passionately committed group of women from around the world who define  ourselves not by our distinct differences, but by what we have in common. And that common bond is a firm  belief that women of different religions, cultures, backgrounds and viewpoints working together can and do  make a difference in our communities, and in the world, every day.
Phi Sigma Sigma sisters are lawyers, journalists, psychologists, educators and doctors. They are  businesswomen, politicians, mothers, philanthropists and engineers. They realize their dreams, are active  members of their communities and serve as leaders of society.


Formal Recruitment is quickly approaching and the women of the Theta Mu chapter are excited to meet all the Potential New Members during Panhellenic's Formal Recruitment, September 12th through September 17th. Contact us with any questions or concerns and join us at the blue and gold booth in the quad anytime! We can’t wait to meet you!

We hope you join us for Formal Recruitment this fall! If you are interested please and fill out the application and return it to the Student Leadership & Development office, located in the Student Union Room 103.

For more information contact  

Karissa Jones, Membership Recruitment Chair


Sisterhood Development

      Phi Sigma Sigma was founded in 1913 by ten amazing women that created the first non-secular sorority in existence that is both inclusive and accepting of women from every background. We pride ourselves on individuality and our core values: Inclusiveness, Lifelong Learning, and Leadership through Service. Phi Sigma Sigma’s mission is to inspire the personal development of each member and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood. The Sister Development Chair oversees a new member’s transition to becoming a member of the organization by teaching them all there is to know about the Greek community, and more specifically, Phi Sigma Sigma.


The New Member Process

As a new member, women learn a great deal about Phi Sigma Sigma – about our history, our programs, and most importantly, our standards and values. They attend weekly meetings, a retreat during the winter and summer, and social events. She will also have opportunities to take on leadership roles within our chapter by running for positions on Executive Board and Executive Council. The women of Phi Sigma Sigma look forward to potential new members igniting positive change in our chapter and making a difference in the lives of others. We hope to see you soon!

Diokete Huspala – Aim High!

Alyssa McDonald, Sisterhood Development Chair

For more information please contact Alyssa at:


The chapter Bursar takes care of all the financial aspects of the chapter. As new members your dues would be broken into 4 different due dates. The first payment would go towards your new member pin and reflection book. The second and third payment will go towards your Sphinx Badge

The final payment will go to our Theta Mu chapterwhich will cover the cost of all the events that we host such as chapter retreat, Sapphire Ball, Easter Egg Hunt, Leadership Conference and many other amazing events we have through out the semesters. After your first semester, dues will decrease. Also Spring dues are a lot cheaper then Fall and you are able to have a payment plan to help you pay for your dues, as well as fundraise the money.

Have any questions regarding the cost of membership?

Contact Brittany Volk, Bursar

Anti Hazing Policy


Hazing is against the law; therefore, all forms of hazing are prohibited.Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created, with or without consent, intentionally or unintentionally, whether on or off Fraternity premises, that endangers the life or safety of a member or has the potential to cause bodily injury, that produces mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. Such activities and situations include creation of excessive fatigue; physical and psychological shocks; wearing apparel that is conspicuous and not normally in good taste; engaging in public stunts and jokes; morally degrading or humiliating games and activities; late night sessions which interfere with scholastic activities; and any other activities that are not consistent with the regulations and policies of the educational institution.

Phi Sigma Sigma believes in member development – not hazing. The objective of member development is to develop a dynamic sisterhood. Member development should promote interest in Phi Sigma Sigma and be positive, informative and enjoyable. Member development should embody the principles of our ritual and core values. 

All member activities should accomplish one or more of the following goals:

  • Help members become better acquainted with each other.
  • Help members learn about life, the university, community, the chapter and self.
  • Help members to learn about Phi Sigma Sigma, its core values, ritual and traditions.
  • Help members involve themselves in the work and success of the chapter.
  • Help members learn about group interaction.
  • Help members further develop leadership skills and accountability.
It is a responsibility of all members to report any hazing incidents to Phi Sigma Sigma Headquarters

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