Sigma Kappa

Letter from the Chapter

Letter from the Chapter

Hello, Potential New Members! 

 

My name is Kayla Hay, and I’m the president of the zeta sigma chapter of Sigma Kappa here at UAB! 

I am so excited that you’re going through recruitment, and I’d love to share my personal experience of recruitment with you! 

 

As a freshman in Fall 2019, I originally wasn’t interested in recruitment. I was used to the stereotypical views of greek life that we so often see in movies and TV shows, which I knew was not for me. I started researching UAB’s panhellenic community after I found out my roommate was going through recruitment. Being an out of state student from Washington D.C., I knew absolutely no one attending UAB, and ultimately decided I’d go through recruitment to hopefully make a few friends, even if I didn’t end up joining a sorority. But, during recruitment, it was clear that there was something different about the sororities at UAB; they supported each other and encouraged you to have friends in other sororities and other student organizations. As I went through recruitment, I enjoyed hearing about how each chapter supported each other by attending each others’ events and helping raise money for each others’ philanthropies. 

 

When I walked into Sigma Kappa, I knew I had made the right choice to go through recruitment. The ladies of Sigma Kappa were mature, classy, and kind. With every girl who I spoke to, I could feel how passionate and excited they truly were about their sisterhood and philanthropy; they were radiant with joy and could not wait to tell me about how much they love Sigma Kappa. I felt at home in Sigma Kappa and still feel this way. 

 

 By joining Sigma Kappa, I was met with open arms to a chapter that really does encourage every sister to be themselves while growing as a group. I have experienced personal growth in myself through the opportunity to lead; I was encouraged to step into all sorts of leadership positions including vice president of new member education, and now president! 

 

 Sigma Kappa has given me some of the best friends I could hope for, and we’ll definitely be bridesmaids in each others’ weddings… and I truly mean it! I was just a bridesmaid in my Big’s wedding! This sisterhood of loyal ladies has encouraged me to do my best academically and always work towards being a better “me” than the day before. I am truly thankful to be able to call these ladies my sisters.  

 

I hope you find the perfect home for you during recruitment, just as I did! 

 

Love in Sigma Kappa, 

Kayla Hay