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Chapter: Phi Sigma Sigma- ΦΣΣ
Values: Friendship, Faith, Love, Sincerity, Integrity & Strength
Philanthropy: Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation & Kids in Need Foundation
Colors: King Blue and Gold
Founded at UD in: 2013
Chapter Website:
Chapter Instagram: @udphisig

Involvement: The sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma host "Phi Sig Feud", where sororities' and fraternities' big/little pairs are quizzed on how well they know each other. All of the proceeds go to the Kids in Need Foundation. The women of Phi Sig also host "Phi Sig Phield Day", where sororities and fraternities participate in field day events, and all of the proceeds also go to the Kids in Need Foundation. The Phi Sig sisters also have an Aim High Week that features events like Pie a Phi, where sisters are pied for money donated to Udance and the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, Grilled cheese deliveries, where sisters hand deliver grilled cheese sandwiches across campus to raise money for their philanthropies, and school supply drives to collect school supplies to donate to schools in low-income areas.

Sisterhood: The Delta Eta Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma are a remarkable group of women who are dedicated to philanthropic, academic, and social excellence. These members are extremely involved on campus by participating in numerous clubs from Women in Business to Club Soccer, and ranging in all different majors from Nursing to Elementary Education. A dedicated sister says: "My favorite thing about being in Phi Sig is all the friendships I have made. I’ve met such an amazing group of girls who have been by my side since bid day and I am so happy Phi Sig brought me to them. Our chapter is filled with girls who radiate positivity, kindness and who inspire each other everyday which is why I love being apart of Phi Sig!!" Phi Sig has become a home away from home for its members and provides a network of friendships that last a lifetime!

Words from the Chapter President: "It’s difficult to put into words what Phi Sig has done for me. As being someone who wasn’t sure if they wanted to go through the recruitment process or not, I can’t imagine my time at Delaware spent any differently. I have met some of my closest friends in this sorority and they’re people that have changed my life for the better. Being able to take on two different leadership roles during my time so far has taught me a lot about myself. I know i’ll take the skills i’ve learned in these positions with me and use them throughout the rest of my life. I’m thankful for all of the amazing, genuine people I have been able to make connections with and I truly could not see myself anywhere else but in Phi Sig."
-Maddie Mccabe, Chapter President


"I am filled with gratitude and respect for the amazing bonds I have created in Phi Sig and know that the friendships I have made will always be close to my heart.  The sisterhood that I am apart of and the opportunities that I have been presented with have changed my college experience for the better.  My sisters and I have also had the chance to help others through our philanthropy work, which is unbelievably rewarding.  Phi Sig pushes me to be the best woman I can be everyday and I am eternally thankful for the love, kindness, and support that I am surrounded with in this chapter."
-Erin Raftery, Philanthropy Chair

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