Sigma Kappa

Alpha Omega Chapter

Recruitment

Recruitment

If you would like to complete a recommendation for a potential new member please complete the online recruitment introduction form.

 

 

A Letter From The Chapter

Dear Potential New Members,

My heart is breaking for each of you as you are missing out on many monumental senior year activities with your best friends.  While nothing can make up for the lost time you are experiencing right now, the joy you will soon find at The University of Alabama will completely change your life. There will be moments when your heart will feel like it's going to explode, like on Bid Day or the rush of the first home football game as a student. There will also be challenging times, but that's where being apart of the greek community will feel like a family. 

Becoming a member of the Panhellenic Community at Alabama was the best decision I have ever made. Our university is very large, but being in this community makes campus so much more familiar. There is no place where I feel more confident, more loved, and more connected than the Sigma Kappa house. I encourage you to come into sorority recruitment with an open heart and choose a chapter that will become your family just as we have found ours.

Roll Tide!

Katie Jo Dickey
Vice President of Membership

Q&A

When is primary recruitment?

  • Saturday, August 8, 2020 - Sunday, August 16, 2020

Can upperclassmen go through recruitment?

  • Yes!

Where can I apply for Primary Recruitment?

  • Women interested in participating in recruitment will need to fill out the 2020 Sorority Recruitment Registration Form. Online registration starts May 1, 2020, at 10:00 am CST and will close July 17, 2020, at 5:00 pm CST.

What is a legacy?

  • A woman whose sister, mother, grandmother, or aunt was or is a Sigma Kappa. Legacy Status can be disclosed on the recruitment application. However, being a legacy doesn't guarantee membership into the sorority. 

 

 

 

For more information about formal recruitment at the University of Alabama please visit: http://www.uapanhellenic.com