As an organization Sigma Kappa encourages our members to be involved in their campus and community. Because of this focus on involvement outside of Sigma Kappa, our sisters are able to engage with the campus and community in ways that are important to them by hosting and participating in a number of different events.

Below you will find our upcoming and annual events, which all of our sisters attend! 

If you are interested in joining our sisters in any of these events please reach out to our Vice President of Alumnae Relations, Miren Lopez at or our President, Grace Collins at

Upcoming Fall Events-

Date Event Location Time


Bake Sale (benefiting the Maine Seacoast Mission)  Kogan Plaza 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.

3/30/20- 3/4/20


Sigmalympics Week



 Sigmalympics Events    

Senior Prom

Saint Mary's Court

7-9 p.m.

4/25/20 Order of the Triangle 

GWU Hand Chapel

9 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Our Annual Events

The Walk to End Alzheimer's 

In the fall our Zeta Chapter joins hundreds of others in the D.C. community on a walk around the National Mall to raise awareness, profits, and support for Alzheimer's.  



UV Days

In the fall, our Zeta Chapter hosts a week long fundraising event called "UV Days." Activities include profits shares, a movie event to raise awareness about Alzheimer's, and a SK 5K run around the National Mall. All the profits raised go to support research towards Alzheimer's.



Founder's Day

Each year, we celebrate the founding of Sigma Kappa at Colby College on November 9, 1874 by five women: Mary Caffrey Low Carver, Elizabeth Gorham Hoag, Ida Mabel Fuller Pierce, Frances Elliott Mann Hall and Louise Helen Coburn. This year, we are celebrating with a Founder's Day Brunch.



Big Little Week

During Big Little Week, the big gives her little baskets that represent Sigma Kappa's core values: Personal Growth, Service, Loyalty, and Friendship. After a week of clues, it ends on the roof of the Kennedy Center, when each big is revealed to their little.




Initiation takes place during the last week of March after Initiation Week, where our sisters perform family skits, sisters receive guardian bigs, and the week ends with the depinning ceremony the day before Initiation. Initiation itself is a ceremony where the new members formally join the sorority.



Senior Prom

We partner with a local nursing home and spend the night dancing, eating, and talking with the seniors and even crown a king and queen! Each year has a unique theme, and last year's was Under the Sea.




We organize a large field day on the National Mall to help increase awareness about Alzheimer’s and advocate about the importance of Alzheimer's research.