SYMBOLS & INSIGNIA
THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN AND THE ALLEVIATION OF THE WORLD'S PAIN.
The Zeta Chi Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma was started by Concetta Yates in 1992 at Villa Julie College. It took her until her senior year to get the chapter on its feet. Now, over 25 years later, we are thriving more than ever consisting of more than 100 sisters at, what is now, Stevenson University.
Zeta Chi holds many fun events within the sisterhood as well as outside by collaborating with the school, philanthropic organizations and other Greek organizations from different schools and universities such as McDaniel, UMBC, and Johns Hopkins.
Phi Sigma Sigma's Mission Statement is to perpetuate the advancement of womanhood and promote the personal development of each sister.
Phi Sigma Sigma's Vision Statement: Phi Sigma Sigma is a dynamic sisterhood of powerful women fostering uncompromising principles, igniting positive change and embracing individuality.
ΦΣΣ NATIONAL HISTORY
Phi Sigma Sigma is a proud, strong member of the Greek community because our Founders were leaders of their time, who developed a mission to perpetuate the advancement of womanhood.
They believed that women of different faiths could come together and work toward common goals. They established the ideals that endure today and are upheld by Phi Sigma Sigma collegians and alumnae bound by the strength of sisterhood. Our Founders charted the course for milestones that have enabled Phi Sigma Sigma to prosper. Membership in Phi Sigma Sigma remains a lifelong, meaningful experience for women with like values.
To learn more about Phi Sigma Sigma, head over to our National website by clicking here.