Sigma Kappa

Chapter History

Chapter History


          Beta Tau has been committed for 67 years to providing women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to impact our communities positively. Our chapter was founded at the University of Florida on April 2nd, 1949. To this day, each of our Beta Tau sisters strives to maintain our organization's values of personal growth, friendship, loyalty, and service. 

We recently got a new house which has provided us with: more room for in-house sisters, more space for sisterhood activities and an overall unique experience. Below is a picture of our first house. 


Fun Facts About Our Sisters

  • The first Alberta for UF was a Sigma Kappa Beta Tau at UF.
  • Sister Sarah Azody is the first female to co-organize/be a lead co-director for SwampHacks which is Florida's biggest hackathon (a 36 hour tech conference) with over 600 attendees.
  • Alumnae Erica Baker served as the Chief Justice in the Supreme Court for Student Government during the 2018-2019 academic year and was inducted into the UF Hall of Fame.
  • Alumnae Kylie Werk served as the Florida Blue Key President during the Spring Semester of 2019.