Sigma Sigma Sigma promotes a perpetual bond of friendship, develops strong womanly character, and inspires high standards of ethical conduct. The circle of friendship that began in the 1890’s, with eight women sharing common experiences, now encompasses more than 100,000 women representing the diversity found on the college campuses of today, including the Epsilon Pi Chapter at Presbyterian College. Since being welcomed on PC’s campus in 1990, the sisters of the Epsilon Pi Chapter have always stayed true to the ideals of friendship established by the Founders.
Sigma Sigma Sigma
|The Official TriSigma Symbols|
|Founded:||April 20, 1898, at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia|
|National Philanthropy:||The Robbie Page Memorial|
|Official Colors:||Royal Purple and White|
|National Symbol:||The Sailboat|
|Official Flower:||The Purple Violet|
|Open Motto:||“Faithful unto Death”|
|Coat of Arms:|
For more information about the Epsilon Pi Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma, please contact Kassandra Glover, firstname.lastname@example.org.