Sigma Kappa at UT Chattanooga Performs 17,000 Hours of Community Service in 2015


Way to go Sigma Kappa! According to this article, members of the Theta-Phi chapter of Sigma Kappa sorority at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga performed an impressive 17,000 hours of community service in 2015. Not only are they providing personal growth for their members by creating a culture of giving back to their community, but the members of Sigma Kappa are finding causes that they care about and are more connected to each other as a chapter through community service.

Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 as a literary and social society. I’m sure those founders are very happy to see their mission continue and grow. This story highlights their values and purpose for their University, their community, and for all their members.

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