Letter from the Chapter
On behalf of the Kappa Psi chapter of Sigma Kappa, it is my pleasure to welcome you home to IUPUI.
Attending IUPUI can be a little overwhelming and lonely at first, especially for young women who are out on their own for the first time. Joining the Greek community is a great way to make lifelong friends and get involved both on campus and in the community. It can give you the sense of belonging, purpose, and a home away from home. Through the process of finding Sigma Kappa, our sisters have realized they are not so alone in our big city.
Personally, I found women who will surprise me with Taco Bell when I'm at the library studying all day, sisters who will go to the lake and go boating with me on any random weekend, and friends who will pile onto one of our couches to watch everything there is to watch on Netflix. I found my true friends, and I have had the pleasure of watching them succeed. I get to see my brilliant sisters being accepted into the IU School of Nursing and the Kelley School of Business. I get to see them make strides in academics and athletics. I've seen them as O-Team mentors and Dace Marathon leaders. I've seen them put their heart and soul into volunteering for their communities to make a difference.
Not only have I seen the good that Sigma Kappa has done for my sisters, it has also made me a better person. I've grown with our core values of friendship, loyalty, service, and personal growth. I would have never imagined that I could be the person Sigma Kappa could help me to become. I cannot wait to see what this organization holds for my current sisters, my future sisters, and myself. The Kappa Psi chapter of Sigma Kappa is my home, and I truly hope that you find yours in our amazing Panhellenic community.
Kappa Psi President