Sigma Sigma Sigma
Sigma Sigma Sigma exists to provide a lifelong sorority experience for women. In conjunction with the formation of this Mission, we reaffirm our commitment to the Sigma Sigma Sigma Declaration of Principles. These Principles elaborate on three basic tenets, which are the reasons for our existence as a Sisterhood. Tri-Sigma promotes a perpetual bond of friendship, develops strong womanly character, and inspires high standards of ethical conduct.
Sigma Sigma Sigma is the newest sorority at Pratt Institute. In the spring of 2007, local sorority Delta Alpha Pi was absorbed by this nationally recognized sorority. While continuing to hold on to the principles and values that Delta Alpha Pi instated many years ago, the sisters decided it was time to take the next step toward growth. The sisters hold many social events on campus that provide unity in the community. By working alongside other Pratt organizations such as the Kappa Sigma fraternity, Theta Phi Alpha sorority, Pi Sigma Chi fraternity, and NYPIRG the sisters help achieve positive wholeness at Pratt Institute.
The sisters strive to influence people not only on campus, but in Brooklyn as well. The sisters work with such charities and organizations such as the MS Society, Breast Cancer research, and the Elisabeth Glacier Pediatric Aids Foundation. Diversity is embraced in this community and there's no exception with Sigma Sigma Sigma. The sorority consists of women of many different locations, heritages, backgrounds, religions, and ideas. One is sure to have a unique experience with any one of the sisters. The unity of diverse cultures, customs, and circumstances creates a harmony within and outside of the sisterhood.
|Sigma Sigma Sigma Officers:|
|President | Kathryn Moy|