Starting a Chapter

Starting a new chapter is an exciting chance to share the Sigma experience with others and have immediate access to networking and leadership opportunities. 

Whether you’re interested in bringing Tri Sigma to your college campus or charting a new alumnae chapter for local Sigmas in your area, we are here to guide you through the process.

Starting a Collegiate Chapter

Tri Sigma is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference and follows all processes and procedures outlined in the Manual of Information. Contact us to learn more about starting a chapter on your campus.

One of the easiest ways to help grow our sisterhood is by recommending potential new members when you hear about a new chapter establishment. Don’t forget to follow the new chapter on social media!

Once we confirm Tri Sigma is joining a campus or reestablishing a previously closed chapter, local alumnae will receive an email with involvement opportunities. If you can, volunteer your time and talent. There are several ways to support our newest chapters—from running errands during work week or recruitment to attending alumnae events or serving on the Chapter Advisory Board.

Starting an Alumnae Chapter

Tri Sigma alumnae chapters are organized groups of alumnae who live in the same geographic location. They often focus on fostering continued connections, supporting philanthropic initiatives, providing networking opportunities, and promoting personal and professional development. Alumnae chapters typically host monthly or bi-monthly events and are one of the best ways to connect with Sigmas in your area!

Do you know 10 or more Sigmas interested in starting a new alumnae chapter in your area? Contact us to learn more about the process and requirements for chartering!