Nu Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established at the University of Central Missouri in 1915. It was the first sorority on campus and continues to be a leader among Greek organizations. Sigma women are considered leaders on campus and are involved in a variety of organizations on campus.
In April 2014, Nu Chapter was awarded five of the nine top national Sigma awards and our president, Erica Doane, was awarded the Margaret Freeman Everett Outstanding Senior Award. The five awards that our chapter received were: Honorable Mention Chapter of the Year, Jane E Kinderman Standards of Efficiency Award, Ritual and Values Award, Excellence in Panhellenic Programming Award, and Membership Selection Award.Our Chapter has also been Accredited with Honors for the past 8 years by the National Organization.
A Sigma woman lives by the values of wisdom, power, faith, love and hope. Currently, there are over 100,000 members and 200 collegiate and alumnae chapters. Sigma Sigma Sigma strives to establish among its members a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop in them strong womanly character, and to impress upon them high standards of conduct.
Sigma Sigma Sigma colors are purple and white. The symbol is the sailboat, denoting our desire to "move ever forward". The jewel is the pearl, which reminds us that just as no two pearls are exactly alike, neither are two sisters; however, they are all beautiful! Sigma women have provided almost $3,000,000 to their National philanthropy of "Sigma serves children" by supporting play therapy at The Children's Medical Center in Dallas and The North Carolina Children's Hospital at Chapel Hill . The Sigma motto is "Faithful Unto Death" which is symbolized with the skull and cross-bone.