Graduate Membership


Sorors
For transferring and returning Sorors, we warmly welcome you to join us at our upcoming events.  Please view all calendar activities for more or email us at info@sgrhowpb.org for more information.

 

Non-Sorors
Graduate membership does not mean you have to be in grad school to join.  Joining at the Graduate level just means that you have obtained at minimum a bachelors' degree from an accredited four-year institution.  Interested women should email us at info@sgrhowpb.org so that our membership chair can connect you to our list of chapter events and membership opportunities within our chapter.  Since interest can be exhibited in a variety of ways, we highly recommend interested women to attend informational teas, programs, and social events conducted by Gamma Gamma Sigma.  As there are no set calendars for intake, interested women can express their interest and begin to make their acquaintance with chapter members at any time.

 

Undergraduate Membership


A woman may be admitted for membership in an undergraduate chapter while in attendance at a four-year college or university, or in a liberal arts/transfer program of a junior or community college, once they submit proof of intention to enter and obtain a degree from a four-year school.


We are a working organization, and want you to be sure that you are entering into an environment in which you can be productive and flourish as an active member. Remember, this is no mere membership...it is a lifetime commitment. 


Candidates may be accepted for undergraduate membership after successfully completing one quarter, semester, or trimester. The cumulative grade point average required for membership is 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale).

 

Please email us at info@sgrhowpb.org to learn more about becoming a member of an undergraduate chapter sponsored by the Gamma Gamma Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated.


The following tips can be used whenever one is considering joining any organization.

(1). Do your research. Never join any organization unless you know their goals and principals. Research other organizations as well so that you can make an educated decision and choose the path that is right for you.


(2). Decide if you have what it takes. Membership is a lifetime commitment that requires dedication, loyalty and hard work.


(3). Talk to a member. Feel free to ask us more about our organization and the reasons why we joined.