Sigma Kappa

Letter from the Chapter

Letter from the Chapter

Dear Potential New Member,

The sisters of Sigma Kappa would like to welcome you to the University of Tennessee.  We are so excited that you are considering Panhellenic Recruitment and joining the amazing Panhellenic community here at UT.  All of our sisters agree that going greek was one of the best decisions we made in our lives and we are excited that you made the same decision. The UT Panhellenic community is incredibly strong and continues to grow stronger each year and we are lucky to work alongside the 12 other wonderful chapters!

As it gets closer to Formal Recruitment I know it can be nerve wrecking but remember to take a deep breathe and just be yourself. Going Greek is supposed to be fun experience even through it is exhausting but it's worth it at the end once you run home! By joining Sigma Kappa, members will be welcomed by women that push you to become a better version of yourself. As an organization we truly care for our members, their well-being, and their development into college life and womanhood. Sigma Kappa has 4 values: personal growth, service, friendship, and loyalty. These values shine through all of our members each and every day. Sigma Kappa has had an impact on all aspects of our lives, including friendships, leadership development, academics, philanthropic commitment, and much more. The first rule of thumb when it comes to a sorority: You only get out what you put in. No matter where you end up, I and the rest of the chapter hope you find your forever home just like we did because at the end of the day we are all just one big community! 

If you are a Sigma Kappa Alumna looking to recommend a potential new member, visit the website here or click Recommend a Member tab.  Questions about recruitment?  Feel free to email Christina Onolfo at!  Thank you for your interest in Sigma Kappa!  We can't wait to meet each of you this August! Go Greek and Go Vols! 


Raven Holmes, President

Christina Onolfo, Vice President of Membership