Sigma Kappa

Chapter History

Chapter History

 

Sigma Kappa was founded at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte in the fall of 1988. Theta Mu was one of the first sororities to be established on the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's campus! Currently our house allows 28 of our sisters to live in full time, giving them an opportunity to share this one of a kind experience. The best part about our house is that it is located on campus so sisters can easily walk to class and even have the opportunity to be a Resident Advisor. We are honored to live in our beautiful home here at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, in which we continue to be a prominent Panhellenic chapter on campus, creating lifelong memories, and positively shaping and empowering the women in our chapter! 

Sigma Kappa women live by our four values: personal growth, service, loyalty, and friendship! As a values based sorority, Theta Mu invites ambitious and like-minded women into our sisterhood to strengthen their character and enhance their overall experience in college and beyond. Our members proudly wear Sigma Kappa letters around campus and the Queen City. Many of our members are ambassadors on campus involved in activities, clubs, honors organizations, the Panhellenic Council, and intramural sports, creating leaders in our sorority that will shape the future of students at this university. 

Theta Mu supports our sisters in endeavors that can lead to potential opportunities as a leader on our campus. From seeing our sisters be SRC's (Sorority Recruitment Counselors) during recruitment to being SOAR counselors during orientation, our members truly make us proud to be a part of Sigma Kappa. We not only encourage our sisters to take advantage of these opportunities, but we are also their biggest fans and advocates! 

The women of Sigma Kappa take deep pride in our education. At the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the Theta Mu chapter is committed to pushing our sisters to be the best they can be, whether that be in the classroom or in various academic groups. As our current GPA is over the campus wide GPA average of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, it is so empowering to work alongside women who work so hard towards their future ambitions. 

This truly allows us live forever and always One Heart, One Way!