Why Gamma Sig?
Gamma Sigma Sigma is a non-selective sorority. If you would like to become a member, we will welcome you with open arms. A diverse membership is what sets Gamma Sigma Sigma apart from other organizations. Members hail from all sorts of backgrounds, parts of the country, and academic majors. We even open membership to males! Every Gamma Sig is different, but we all strive to help others and share a love for service.
How Do I Join?
The first step to becoming a member of Gamma Sigma Sigma is to attend Rush. Rush is held during spring and fall semester over the course of three days. At the end of Rush, you are given the opportunity to sign an "intent to join" form and become a Member-in-Training. We don't choose you. You choose us.
As a Member-in-Training (MIT), you will attend weekly MIT meetings to learn about Gamma Sigma Sigma. You are also required to complete fifteen hours of service during your MIT period. Once your MIT period is complete, you will be initiated as a member of Gamma Sigma Sigma.
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Once a member of Gamma Sigma Sigma, you will be expected to remain in good standing with your chapter. This is done by completing required service hours (fifteen for MIT's, & twenty for active members) paying dues on time, and maintaining a 2.0 GPA. If a member falls below this standard, they will go before the executive board and may be placed on probation.
If you are interested in joining,