Sisterhood By Friendship Since 1992
Sigma Psi Kappa is a local social sorority founded and based at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, NJ. We have been around since 1992 and have grown tremendously. We are fully recognized by the university's Inter-Fraternal and Sorority Council and currently have maintained this status since 1993.
Our sisterhood is built upon the four main pillars of Greek Life: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Friendship. We also follow another set of principles that guide us to be better sisters and above all, become better people.
Sigma Psi Kappa is predominantly known for the two Blood Drives that are hosted on our campus every semester. Other philanthropies that we dedicate our time to is Ovarian Cancer and the American Heart Association. We have been champions for "Greek Week" in the past, and have also had the title of "Greek Goddess" in the years 2005, 2008, and 2010. But our notoriety doesn't stop there, in the past we have also been "Sorority of the Year" and have earned awards for being the "Sorority with highest GPA."
Aside from our recognitions, we are a group of women who enjoy having a great time, celebrating our achievements, going out to dinners and watching movies, relaxing over the semester breaks or simply just shopping for the afternoon. We have so many interests and are uniquely diverse in culture, philosophies, and upbringings which separates our organization from many of the rest!
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Joining a Local Sorority is a unique opportunity. There is no one else with our letters in the whole world. Being local means knowing your sisters inside and out. Building deep lasting friendship with strong, intellectual, brilliant women. Find more about what it's like to be apart of a local sorority by clicking the box below.