Sigma Kappa

Recruitment

Recruitment

If you would like to complete a recommendation for a potential new member please complete the online recruitment introduction form.

Why Recruitment & Why Sigma Kappa?

Kappa Lambda Chapter is always looking to add excellent young women to enrich our chapter! At the University North Georgia we strive to uphold our national values in everything we do.

Our sisters consist of young women from all different backgrounds, with all different interests and desires. We are a family to say the least, and we all add so much to each others lives through our amazing sisterhood. Sigma Kappa is what has brought us together and through this amazing sisterhood we have all grown and been able to experience so much more throughout college.

If you are interested in joining Sigma Kappa Sorority at North Georgia there are two different options to consider.

Sometimes during a semester, we decide to extend an open bid, and this is usually done at the beginning of the semester. If there is a young woman who exhibits everything we are looking for in a sister of Sigma Kappa Sorority, then we sometimes consider extending the offer. This is what's known as informal recruitment

The other option is through Formal Recruitment. This is done in January every year. This process is the most common for anyone who is wanting to be a part of Greek Life.

 

So, Why Sigma Kappa?

"I chose Sigma Kappa because of the girls during recruitment. They seemed the realest to me. They didn’t put up fake personas and they were themselves which meant a lot to me. Now Sigma Kappa means so much to me. My favorite part about being a Sigma Kappa is how much we do for our philanthropies, particularly Alzheimer’s. I have never been surround by so many girls who have been through what I have. There is so much support and we raise so much money for this disease that has taken my loved ones away from me. Sigma Kappa has made me grow in ways I never imagined. I even have a junior exec position which is big for me. I was not involved in high school at all, but this sorority has brought me out of my shell and I will forever be grateful." —Laine Johnson

"It's important to find those people who feel like sunshine and will encourage you through whatever comes your way. Jesus gives us joy through people, and the realness and intentionality and strength of the women that make up our chapter is something oh so special, and something that everyone needs. That is what i found. If home is where the heart is, then Sigma Kappa is mine."  -Liz Dershimer, Vice President of Membership

"I chose Sigma Kappa because i wanted to join a sorority that makes an impact through philanthropy. I knew that Sigma Kappa was one of the biggest supporters of the Alzheimer's Association, which is near and dear to my heart. The sisters of Sigma Kappa were so genuine and they truly want to make a difference." -Ally Goddard, Vice President of Communication

"My favorite part about being a Sigma Kappa are the opportunities this sorority opens up for me. Since joining the sorority I have been able to step out of my comfort zone with the support all of my sisters. I have held two positions within the sorority, gained an amazing internship, and flourished in my academics. Sigma Kappa has made me a more successful person while giving me the happiest memories that I will cherish for the rest of my life. —Megan Daly

"I chose Sigma Kappa because of one of our main values, friendship. As Sigma Kappa women, we are all bound by our promise to each other and to our organization. But before I fell in love with the organization, I loved the girls I met. Walking into the Sigma Kappa room during recruitment, I felt all my worries and fears melt away. I was greeted with warm smiles that didn’t seem fake and a lot of jokes. It was the only place I felt like I could truly be myself. Through Sigma Kappa and the steadfast acceptance and love of my sisters through my darkest times, I have built amazing friendships that I know will last a lifetime. The value of friendship rings true, and my idea of sisterhood wouldn’t be the same without girls that will always stand by my side. — Anna Vakili, SOE Chair