"When I went through formal recruitment as a Sophomore I don't think I realized how much Sigma would truly impact the rest of my college experience. Although I didn't join as early as possible, I feel as though Sigma has been my home for forever. My sisters have encouraged me to take on multiple chair positions, like Web Chair and PR Chair, which have actually reinforced my love of social media marketing and directed me towards what I want to do after I graduate! I've made countless memories and lifelong friends because of Tri Sigma and I hope I've left as big of an impact on this chapter as it has on me!"
Alumni, Former President and Education Director
"My time in Sigma gave me the confidence I never found in high school. When I was a freshman at TCNJ, my sisters selected me to attend a leadership conference hosted by our national headquarters each year. From that moment, I simply continued to grow in Sigma- later becoming our Education Director and President. Holding these leadership positions and having the opportunity to attend national conferences helped me become comfortable speaking about my own strengths and skills. This helped significantly moving forward as I graduated in May 2019 and currently teach high school where I use what I have gained from Sigma every day!"
Alumni, Former Inter-Greek Council Executive
"When I first joined Sigma in 2014, the instant support and unconditional love I got from my sisters was incredible. Without them, I would not be the strong and compassionate person that I am. Being a part of Tri Sigma gave me an everlasting support system. In addition, joining Sigma helped me develop as a leader. I served as the Inter-Greek Council’s secretary and treasurer for three semesters. Being on IGC gave me confidence, helped me develop problem solving skills, and make a positive impact on both my chapter and the Greek community as a whole. Since graduating in 2018, I still talk to my sisters everyday, and use the skills I developed while in Tri Sigma to be the best middle school teacher I can possibly be."