IS SIGMA FOR ME?
New members of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. are accepted on both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
GRADUATE: Potential graduate members must hold a degree from a four-year accredited educational institution.
UNDERGRADUATE: A woman may be admitted for membership in an undergraduate chapter only while in attendance at a four-year accredited college or university, or in a liberal arts/transfer program of a junior or community college, once they submit proof of intention to enter and obtain a degree from a four-year school.
Candidates may be accepted for undergraduate membership after successfully completing one quarter, semester, or trimester. The cumulative grade point average required for membership is 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale).
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. does not tolerate hazing of any form. Hazing is wrong, prohibited and unauthorized.
Along with entire membership, the Region is absolutely ecstatic that you have considered reinstating your membership and reconnecting with our inner circle of sisters!
Your active support, through reinstatement, is at the forefront of creating sustainable, positive change for families, communities, our nation and the world. Thank you for recommitting to your pledge and our sisterhood! We look forward to working with you again.
It is our goal to make reinstatement just as exciting and special as the day you were inducted.
The National Organization has created a reinstatement packet to assist you with determining which reinstatement option is best for you! In this packet we will outline the membership types, financial obligations, how to submit your funds, required documents, trainings offered, and conference opportunities.
"There is so much I can say when it comes to the Region that has raised me, taught me, and cared for me within my Sigma Journey. As a Central Soror, I take great pride in knowing that the organization was founded here. Here in Central, I have met many wonderful Sorors, Philos, and Rhoers that will be with me for life. The Seven Founders' created a sisterhood like no other. I understand what they want us to exemplify and that is being the GREATER version of yourself for yourself. Thank you, Central!"
Loreal N. Marshall, Central Region 23rd Syntaktes