create an environment that fosters the advancement of womanhood and growth and
development of each member through commitment to leadership, academic
excellence, philanthropic service, good health and citizenship. We pledge to
perpetuate these goals and ideals to all who will know us in the name of Phi
Education is the purpose of college. Bryant's fraternities and sororities
realize this and therefore require a certain grade point average to be eligible
for membership. Phi Sig rewards scholarship achievement by giving rewards to
sisters that have achieved high academic marks as well as improvement.
Panhellenic Council/ Interfraternity Council also give awards out to chapters.
I am proud to announce that we have received: [Awards]
Membership in a fraternity can present to the college student many opportunities
for leadership which she may not otherwise find. Of all factors in a college
environment, Greeks offer the greatest opportunity for leadership development.
They not only provide training in the principles of leadership, but sororities
give the hands on experience in which these principles may be put into practice.
Leadership opportunities are provide in several forms. Members participate in
chapter leadership positions, Interfraternity and Panhellenic Council leadership
positions, and many campus wide activities and organizations. Greeks also
encourage participation in scholastic achievement, community service, and
athletics. The Bryant College community looks to the Greek system to provide
top leaders, as many are involved in varsity athletics, as well as various clubs
and student organizations. In addition to being involved, Greeks also volunteer
their time to activities such as Special Olympics, clothes line projects, and
various campus and community philanthropies.
'Once a Phi Sig, Always a Phi Sig.'
most important component of sorority life is friendship. Greek Life is a time
when friendships develop through living, studying, and working together. It is
the sense of family that the organization provides. Even after graduation the
bond of brotherhood and sisterhood still exists.
Alumni) You will find that you have something
in common with members from the class of 1950 to the class of 1998.
gratifying aspect of Greek Life is the satisfaction and pride that comes with
involvement in community service. We recognize the need and concern to raise
money and donate time to special philanthropies. We like to help The National
Kidney Foundation, The American Cancer Society as well as local organizations.
In addition, we help out other Bryant organizations and help sponsor the Special
Olympics each year. By dedicating themselves to helping others, Greek
organizations assist their members in the development of moral character.
to present a well balanced and entertaining social program because the social
development of its members is essential to the well being of the entire
chapter. All social activities are designed not to interfere with scholastic
achievement of the member, but rather serve as another aspect of their college
education. Some of the unique opportunities the Bryant Greek system and Phi Sig
provides are semi formals, intramural sports, Greek Weeks, theme parties and