It's not just for four years, it's for life.
Sigma Kappa, Beta Tau's alumnae have gone on to accomplish great things after graduation. Many of our sisters have been accepted into prestigious law schools, accepted amazing positions at Fortune 500 companies, and pursued their dreams that were made possible through the experiences they had during their time in Sigma Kappa.
Bella Anzalone was selected to serve as a Leadership Consultant for Sigma Kappa Sorority after she graduated. As a leadership consultant, she supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters and is currently working with University of Dayton's chapter.
Sanaya Tamboli is now attending Georgetown Law School, which is an amazing feat considering only 24% of applicants are accepted. She is now pursuing her dreams of becoming a lawyer.
"Sigma Kappa is a sorority founded in 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Sigma Kappa was founded by five women: Mary Caffrey Low Carver, Elizabeth Gorham Hoag, Ida Mabel Fuller Pierce, Frances Elliott Mann Hall and Louise Helen Coburn."
Sigma Kappa, Beta Tau, takes pride in celebrating our founding women. Each year, our chapter holds our annual Founder's Day Brunch where both active members and alumnae join together to remember how our sorority began.
Our Vice President of Alumnae Relations sends our periodical newsletters to keep alumnae updated. Below are some of the most recent newsletters:
If you are an alumnae and would like to reconnect with the Beta Tau chapter, please contact our Vice President of Alumnae Relations, Emily Little at email@example.com.