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Sigma Kappa was founded at MIT in 1988, becoming the third nationally-recognized sorority at MIT. Since then, we have flourished by increasing our presence on and off campus. With 120 sisters, representing multiple countries, ethnicities, and interests, we all share a commitment to excellence and a strong desire to help one another and our communities. We are confident, passionate, and caring women who bring sisterhood to life.
Amidst the trials and tribulations of MIT, Sigma Kappa has become a home away from home for an absolutely amazing group of young women. We are a family who is there to cheer our sisters on- win or lose, we are there when a sister needs a shoulder to cry on or some help with a class. We are there for late night frozen yogurt runs, for all-nighters the night before a big exam, and for lazy days spent soaking up the sun in Killian Court.
From volunteering all over Boston to leading organizations on campus, Sigma Kappas are everywhere. We are involved in athletics, research, philanthropy, and the arts. SKs are leaders, scholars, athletes, and musicians. We are scientists, dancers, engineers, bakers and hackers. Above all, we are members of a sisterhood that will last a lifetime.
So, I invite you to please feel free to browse our website and learn more about our values, our chapter, and our amazing sisters.
President, Theta Lambda Chapter
- Fall Recruitment
-              September 2012
- Thanks to our Inner Social Chairs for a great Violet Ball!
- on May 17, 2012
- Sister Qing Li Swims the English Channel
- on August 26, 2011