What is a sisterhood? We would define it as a group of women who have individual goals but come together to make a difference as a whole. We all share our core values and strive to be positive influences on those around us. To be more sentimental, sisterhood is a feeling you get when you see one of your sisters on campus, and you can't help but smile and wave, and if time permits, have a conversation just to see how their day is going. It's when you are having trouble in a class, but you know you have ten sisters who have taken the same course and will always make time to help you understand the material. It's a bond between us that is more than "college" friends. It's a lifetime of moments and memories and character building. It's a place that feels like, and is, home.
Our chapter comprises of women who aim to be the best individuals possible through leadership, public speaking, and philanthropy/fundraising opportunities. Many of our sisters are also members of other professional organizations and strive to build their attributes in order to help them in their careers and future endeavors.