Sigma Kappa

Letter from the Chapter

Letter from the Chapter

Dear Potential New Members,

Every step you have taken has led you here, to the door of your new life as a sister in a Greek organization.  Lock Haven University isn’t the largest university, so it makes it easy to find the people you connect with!

Sigma Kappa, Delta Pi is full of fun loving, intelligent women that you will form bonds with on day one. Because of the small campus, you will find a sister around every corner. There is a sister in every major, in nearly every activity/event, and almost every building who is dedicated to being there for you and your potential pledge sisters.

This chapter is dedicated to scholastic achievement, and you will always find a sister in the library. Study dates are a good way to connect with your sisters and learn more about each other. Done hitting the books for the day? Then you are sure to find a Sigma Kappa sister in Starbucks on a caffeine break. Nothing says college like a cup of your favorite brew with your new crew! In the social field, Sigma Kappas have a lot of fun on campus. From movie nights to trips downtown, there’s always something to do in the Delta Pi chapter.

On a more serious note, our sisterhood is one that will last a lifetime. The bonds you make in Sigma Kappa are ones that cannot be duplicated. A sister in trouble can always find someone to share her plights with; all you have to do is ask. As cliché as we are sure it may sound, we truly are here for you. Sisters do not abandon one another. There were never such devoted sisters as there are in Sigma Kappa. As the old saying goes: “Lord help the mister who comes between me and my sister!”

The whole is only as good as the sum of its parts. Sigma Kappa, Delta Pi would be nothing without the expressions of individuality that each woman brings into the mix. Be you an artist, a scholar, an athlete, or a little bit of it all, Sigma Kappa has something for you. Our philanthropic work draws something from all of these types of women: from projects such as the Maine Seacoast Mission and Inherit the Earth to efforts of finding a cure for Alzheimer’s, a Sigma Kappa sister is not only caring for her sisters, but for her community.

In every action that you take, know that a sister will be there to guide you and lead you. Trust that soon, you too will be a guardian and a leader, just like the generations of strong, capable, and powerful women that have come before you. Good luck during recruitment, and we can't wait to meet you.


                                                            The Sisters of Sigma Kappa, Delta Pi