Be a Phi Sig



Become a sister!

Phi Sigma Sigma sisters are lawyers, journalists, psychologists, educators, and doctors. They are businesswomen, politicians, mothers, philanthropists, and engineers. They realize their dreams, are active members of their communities, and serve as leaders of society. Phi Sigma Sigma collegiate membership provides the foundation for future success. Collegians develop their skills through a variety of experiences, including holding an office, planning events, serving others, cultivating relationships, adding international and regional conclaves, and all sisters learn time management, and fiscal responsibility.


Phi Sigma Sigma’s mission is to inspire the personal development of each member and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood. Hence, we believe in creating an environment for our members that fosters friendship and offers a variety of experiences and directives to enrich their lives. We accomplish this goal by maintaining sound core values, structured member development, support, opportunity and recognition, sisterhood, and non-sectarian ritual. Our international programs focus on the personal development of each sister and foster a commitment to excellence.
These programs are based on three core values that define Phi Sigma Sigma: Commitment to Lifelong Learning, Inclusiveness, and Leadership Through Service.



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#PanhelOU
Oakland University's Greek Life is a very close community. Phi Sigma Sigma is a proud member of the National Panhellenic Conference. The Panhellenic Council currently consists of five sororities on campus. They hold multiple events throughout the school year to bring sorority women together, creating one sisterhood.

 
 




"First you become a part of it, then it becomes a part of you"





Orientation/Informational Meeting is on September 20st at 4pm .
Fall Formal Recruitment is September 24 - 27th at 5pm each day!
Bid Day is on September 28th at 4pm!
Contact Phi Sigma Sigma's president Angelica Ledonne at anledonn@oakland.edu
or recruitment chair Chelsey Wade at clwade@oakland.edu for more information.


Don't forget to register for recruitment at oakland.edu/gogreek too!