Parent Organization: Student Clubs and Organizations
The Epsilon Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma was established at Bridgewater State College in 1989. The sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma strongly believe in fostering the ideal of womanhood through sisterhood, scholarship and service. As an international organization, we believe in high scholastic achievement as well as philanthropic work. Not only do our sisters become leaders in our organization, but leaders in their community and professions. For all these reasons, our open motto is “Aim High,” pushing all our sisters to strive to their best achievement.
As a sisterhood, philanthropy is very important to us. Every year, Phi Sigma Sigma raises money for our national philanthropy, The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which in turn supports the National Kidney Foundation. At Bridgewater State College, we raise money annually for The Foundation through our Jail ‘n’ Bail event. Also, for over ten years our sisters have been volunteering their Saturday mornings to assist with the Children’s Physical Development Clinic (CPDC) on campus.
In addition to philanthropies, we also keep the bond of our sisterhood strong by organizing various social events throughout the school year. Each year we get together for events such as an Alumna Luncheon, a semi formal Crush Party, and our Sapphire Ball. These events help sisters to continue their strong bond during their college experience as well as after graduation. Our saying always holds true: “Once a Phi Sigma Sigma…Always a Phi Sigma Sigma!”