A Message from our President

Welcome to the Zeta Delta Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma here at Bentley University!

As Archon, I would like to personally invite you to learn more about our sorority, our campus involvement and our sisterhood.  

Phi Sigma Sigma centers around three shared ideals—sisterhood, scholarship and service. Each sister makes a commitment to live up to these values, which is marked by our endless support for each other, pledge to academic excellence, and contributions to both our national and local philanthropies.  Our national philanthropy, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, donates to school and college readiness. The Foundation generates funds for leadership programming, scholarships, and educational grants to benefit those who cannot afford these on their own. Through a fundraiser event held each Spring, and hands-on activities such as assembling backpacks with supplies for elementary students, our chapter contributes to this special cause. Locally, we support the fight against breast cancer. Our annual Pink Tie Affair raises money to support the cause as does our participation in the Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk held in Boston each October. 

Phi Sigma Sigma is a dynamic sisterhood of powerful and passionate women maintaining uncompromising principles, igniting positive change and embracing individuality.  Our motto, “Aim High” is evident through the actions of sisters throughout all of our academic, philanthropic, and social endeavors. My membership in Phi Sig has given me the chance to meet talented, smart, and dedicated women who I can proudly call my sisters. My decision to join a sorority has been so rewarding and has truly shaped my college experience. As we always say, “Once a Phi Sigma Sigma, Always a Phi Sigma Sigma.” 

I encourage you to learn more about our sisterhood and our involvement in the community.  Look around our website and get to know some of my sisters.  And as always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

Marina Russo
Archon, Zeta Delta Chapter

Bentley University 2015

        Once a Phi Sigma Sigma, always a Phi Sigma Sigma