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Gamma Sigma Sigma (Gamma Sig)
Gamma Sigma Sigma promotes a lifelong commitment to service and diversity in an environment of unity and equality, while creating opportunities for growth.
Gamma Sigma Sigma is a National sorority that is based on the ideals of friendship, service and equality. Our chapter has done many things to help our community, both locally and nationally. One of our longest running service projects has been facilitating our campus' Lost and Found located in the Barrington Student Union since the 1980's.
Our motto is "Unity in Service."
Date Founded: April 13, 1971
Colors: Maroon & White
Number of Members: 14
Symbol: White Rose
Philanthropy: Project Impact
To assemble college and university students in the spirit of service to humanity
Develop friendships among students of all races and creeds
To increase involvement in community service
To bring together an eclectic group of members to increase involvement in community service
Lost and Found
Breast Cancer Awareness
Collected funds and donations for the Potsdam Humane Society
Valentines for elderly residents of Mayfield Apartments
Trick or Treat for U.N.I.C.E.F.
Attended National Convention in Herndon, VA
Donations to Relay for Life
- Book Drive
- Farmer's Market: Children's Day
- Habitat for Humanity
- Suicide Prevention Awareness
- March of Dimes...March for Babies
Lost and Found: Located in the Barrington Student Union (upstairs in room 221D)
Advisor: David Bugg (315) 267-3481, email@example.com