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.
Our motto is “Aim High”, translated from the Greek phrase “Diokete Hupsala.” The strong women of Phi Sigma Sigma certainly aim high in all aspects and represent our chapter well. Our members are involved in a variety of clubs and organizations on campus including Order of Omega, Green Society, CAB, Bentley Leadership Society and many more. Sisters also hold a number of jobs both on and off campus, which make for some great networking opportunities.
Phi Sigma Sigma revolves around the core values of leadership through service, inclusiveness and lifelong learning. Our local philanthropy supports breast cancer. We raise money to support this cause and also participate in the Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk every year. It is a rewarding and fun experience that helps out an important cause that is close to all of our hearts. To raise money for our local philanthropy we held our Fourth Annual Pink Tie Affair this past fall. We also aim to raise money and awareness for our national philanthropy, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which supports the National Kidney Foundation.
The remarkable, fun and dedicated women of Phi Sigma Sigma have truly changed my experience at Bentley University, and I am proud to call them my sisters. Each and every one of them have made such an impact on my life and have opened so many doors through community service work, internship opportunities and just the fun times we have together. My membership in Phi Sigma Sigma has offered me much more than I ever thought it could. It has helped me to grow as a young woman and provided me with opportunities in friendship, leadership, philanthropy and scholarship. Upon entering college I would have never imagined myself joining a sorority, and now not only am I a member, I am the Archon. The friendships that I have made do not simply end on graduation day, our bonds of sisterhood will last a lifetime. Joining a sorority is an important decision but it is one that you will never regret. 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.
Archon, Zeta Delta Chapter
Bentley University 2014