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We're All About Learning

The women of Phi Sigma Sigma share a commitment to lifelong learning. We teach each other and learn from each other. We make academic achievement a priority, fostering an environment that encourages our membership to reach their highest potential.

We're All About Serving

Phi Sigma Sigmas value making a difference in the lives of others. Hence, they become leaders in their communities, their professions and their sisterhood. Leadership through service comes naturally to our women as we cultivate personal growth by seeking opportunities to serve.

We're All About Sisterhood

Phi Sigma Sigma is a dynamic sisterhood of women with different backgrounds but similar values. Our commitment to inclusiveness binds us and results in stronger women who embrace individuality and share this philosophy with the world.

Quick Stats

Name: Phi Sigma Sigma

Crest:Crest of this organization
Minimum GPA: 2.4

Flower: American Beauty Rose

Color(s): King Blue and Gold

Symbol: Sphinxhead

Jewel: Sapphire

Nickname: Phi Sig

Motto: Aim High

Year: 1913 at Hunter College, New York City, New York

First at Sac State: 1997

US Chapters: 110

International Chapters: Ontario, Canada at University of Windsor and Carleton University

Headquarters Location: Elkridge, MD

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Guiding Principles

Our core values are: leadership through service, lifelong learning, and inclusiveness.

Community Service and Philanthropy

What is the community service, philanthropy, or cause that your organization most frequently supports? Shriner's Children's Hospital

What program(s) or event(s) does your organization at Sacramento State coordinate to support the community service, philanthropy, or cause mentioned above? We usually visit Shriner's once every semester. The event will vary depending on what children the hospital have staying there. We will typically spend time playing games, doing crafts, or just having conversations with all of the children.!

Approximately how many hours per month do individual members or your organization participate in community service or philanthropy projects? 5

How many community service or philanthropy projects does your organization participate in each semester?3-7

Risk Management

Does your organization have a bylaw or statement regarding hazing? Hazing is against the law; therefore, all forms of hazing are prohibited.

Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created, with or without consent, intentionally or unintentionally, whether on or off Fraternity premises, that endangers the life or safety of a member or has the potential to cause bodily injury, that produces mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. Such activities and situations include creation of excessive fatigue; physical and psychological shocks; wearing apparel that is conspicuous and not normally in good taste; engaging in public stunts and jokes; morally degrading or humiliating games and activities; late night sessions which interfere with scholastic activities; and any other activities that are not consistent with the regulations and policies of the educational institution.

Phi Sigma Sigma believes in member development not hazing. The objective of member development is to develop a dynamic sisterhood. Member development should promote interest in Phi Sigma Sigma and be positive, informative and enjoyable. Member development should embody the principles of our ritual and core values.

All member activities should accomplish one or more of the following goals:

* Help members become better acquainted with each other.
* Help members learn about life, the university, community, the chapter and self.
* Help members to learn about Phi Sigma Sigma, its core values, ritual and traditions.
* Help members involve themselves in the work and success of the chapter.
* Help members learn about group interaction.
* Help members further develop leadership skills and accountability.

It is a responsibility of all members to report any hazing incidents to Phi Sigma Sigma Headquarters.

Does your organization have an insurance policy? Yes

Does your organization have a Risk Management policy? Yes


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