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Phi Sigma Sigma has chartered over 150 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada.
Members worldwide share like values, experiences, and the strong bonds that demonstrate true sisterhood.
As the first non-sectarian sorority in the Greek system, embracing individuality remains one of Phi Sigma Sigma's strongest attributes; inclusiveness is one of the fraternity’s core values.
We support our chapters and members with a dedicated staff at Headquarters, and our team of volunteers and officers comprised of hundreds of alumnae throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Collegians and alumnae interact at our national Convention and Leadership Training School, during regional conferences and Founders' Day celebrations, and locally through chapter key advisors and advisory boards.
Board of Directors
The success that Phi Sigma Sigma enjoys today largely
is due to the insight, discretion, and passion our Supreme Council has
devoted to the Fraternity for nearly a century. These seven dedicated
women are the heart of Phi Sigma Sigma and are responsible for our
Fraternity. This includes policy-making and all other Fraternity
business. These volunteers work closely with Headquarters staff, the Phi
Sigma Sigma Foundation, Fraternity personnel, NPC delegates and other
Sandy Grossman, Grand Archon
once a phi sig, always a phi sig