Tips for achieving success after graduation
If you're like many Phi Sig sisters graduating this year, you're probably spending a lot of your free time thinking, "What will life be like after college?"
But as a "forever Phi Sig," your lifelong affiliation as an alumna is just beginning - and that dynamic, strong connection to our sisterhood, no matter where you are in the world, can be especially invaluable as you're launching your professional career and this exciting new phase of your adult life. Read more>
Phi Sigma Sigma offers the best ways to manage your finances!
Wouldn't it be nice to return to school in the fall stress-free? We strongly recommend you agree as a group to begin collecting dues this summer - and even build this plan into your budget, if possible. That way, as sisters collect funds from part-time jobs and internships, they can start paying their dues now.
UIFI Scholarship Winners Announced!The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation has chosen the UIFI scholarship recipients.
The Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute is the premier undergraduate interfraternal leadership experience. It supports the principles of community, interfraternalism, leadership and creating positive change.
- 99% of the UIFI participants in 2011 indicated that they would recommend UIFI to a peer
- 98% indicated that they were a better leader because of UIFI.
Each year the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation supports the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute by sponsoring Phi Sigma Sigma women to attend. The overwhelming amount of applicants made the selection process especially difficult this year. The Foundation has chosen to sponsor seven sisters this year! Please join us in congratulating;
- Hannah Torrance, Epsilon Delta Chapter at Chapman University
- Liz Glaser, Beta Upsilon Chapter at American University
- Brooke Weir, Zeta Gamma Chapter at West Chester University
- Shannon Savage, Zeta Zeta Chapter at Quinnipiac University
- Lyndsey Savard, Zeta Zeta Chapter at Quinnipiac University
- Marissa Colon, Iota Mu Chapter at University of New Haven
- Laura Schultz, Iota Iota Chapter at Grand Valley State University