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Phi Sigma Sigma

Phi Sigma Sigma arrived to Binghamton University in 1985. This national sorority offers friendships and bonds of trust and sisterhood. It can be recognized by its flower the American Beauty Rose and by its colors, king blue and gold. Phi Sigs strive to fulfill their motto, Diokete Hupsula (“aim high”), in all that they do academically, socially and as a sisterhood.

Fast Facts

Chapter Nickname: Phi Sig
National Founding: November 26, 1913│Hunter College
Jewel: Sapphire
Flower: American Beauty Rose
Colors: King Blue and Gold
Symbol: Sphinx
Mascot: Penguin
Motto:Diokete Hupsala - Aim High
Philanthropies: Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation supports School and College Readiness.
Mission Statement: To inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood.

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For more information about Phi Sigma Sigma, contact Alyssa Boylan at aboylan1@binghamton.edu.

 

Last Updated: 9/13/18