Sigma Kappa

Lambda Zeta Chapter

Chapter History

Chapter History

     The Lambda Zeta chapter of Sigma Kappa here at the University of South Florida was founded in the Fall of 2015. We are incredibly excited to be apart for the USF Greek community! Since our founding, our members strive to live by the values of Sigma Kappa Sorority. We cannot wait to continue to grow at USF and leave behind a legacy that we know our founders would be proud of. Since we have founded we have done so many great things on campus! 

     We have participated in many Philanthropy events on campus supporting our Greek Community. In 2016 and 2017 we won 3rd Place in Performance in Alpha Delta Pi's Cheer Toss and Tumble Event. We placed 3rd place overall in Pi Kappa Phi's Ability Week. In 2017 we also won 3rd place overall for females in Chi Omega's Wings for Wishes. In Spring of 2018, we won 1st Place in Zeta Beta Tau's Bubble Soccer. In Fall of 2018 we won 1st Place in Performance and Overall in Alpha Delta Pi's Race for Ronald event! In Fall 2019 we participated in Delta Gamma's Anchor Splash for the first time and it was a great bonding experience. 

     In Fall of 2018 we got our very own house in Greek Village on USF's campus! This is a huge and exciting accomplishment since we just founded only three short years ago! Thus far, we have enjoyed hosting Bid Day, Open House, Alumnae Events, Trick or Treat with the Greeks, and many other fun events at our house! 

     As of Spring 2019, all of our founding sisters graduated! We are so proud of all the accomplishments you have made and the strides to shape a healthy chapter on campus.

     "When I came to USF I never thought I would go through sorority recruitment and never expected that a sorority experience would impact my life so much. Then I heard about Sigma kappa “the new sorority on campus” and wanted to see what it was about. I loved the idea of being a part of something bigger than myself and being able to colonize a new chapter here at USF! Thank goodness I made that decision to go through the process of being selected to be a founding sister of the chapter here because it really did impact my entire collegiate experience in such a positive way. Of course being a founding sister of a “new sorority” had it’s ups and downs and brought with it unique challenges but I really wouldn’t change my experience for anything"

     - Amanda Nease, a Founding Sister


Displayed below is a photo from our founding year here at USF!