From small beginnings come great things. Unlock your potential and redefine your college experience by rushing Sigma Psi Zeta sorority. Discover the leader, philanthropist or activist within through embracing what Sigma can offer!
More rush details coming soon. To learn what Sigma is all about, please visit us at www.upennsyz.net
Established in 2004, Sigma Psi Zeta is the first officially-recognized and largest Asian-interest sorority at the University of Pennsylvania. The sisters of Sigma Psi Zeta are leaders in every area of the Penn community. Together, we strive to create a network of strong, ambitious women by promoting professional, educational, and individual development. Our sisters are individually unique, but together complete under the close bonds of sisterhood!
Come join us for Rush and learn what it means to be a Sigma!
•• Open Rush Schedule ••
**meet in front of Huntsman Hall for all events
[ MON 1/16 • GENERAL INTEREST MEETING I • 7PM ] What does it mean to be a sister of Sigma Psi Zeta? Find out while indulging in warm milk chocolate and white chocolate fondue.
[ TUES 1/17 • GENERAL INTEREST MEETING II • 7PM ] Another chance to meet the sisters and discover what Sigma can offer you over mouthwatering fondue, chocolate-covered strawberries and more.
[ WED 1/18 • HOT POT • 7PM ] Come kick back and relax with the sisters over savory hot pot.
[ THURS 1/19 • TRUFFLES WORKSHOP FOR PHILANTHROPY • 7PM ] Learn about our national philanthropy while making gourmet chocolate truffles! Create homemade treats for the victims of domestic violence.
[ FRI 1/20 • KOREAN BBQ & GAME NIGHT • 7PM ] Feast on sizzling Korean BBQ while enjoying a girls’ night in.
[ SAT 1/21 • ALUMNAE DIM SUM • 1PM ] Join us in welcoming back our accomplished alumnae over your favorite dim sum treats.
There is no obligation to rush and all events are free. Rushees are encouraged to attend one GIM and as many open rush events as possible to be eligible for closed rush.
I am so proud of these girls… and so proud of my pledge sister Marice for being such an amazing PEA and Michelle for being such a dedicated PE. I feel so blessed to have all of them as my SYZters… I LOVE YOU, SIGMA PSI ZETA! <3
my sisters & i last night @ the SLB & SLG stroll competition. swagged out performances, crackin music & greek pride everywhere; what’s not to love?! i really wish we performed though. :/ oh well, it was still a super fun night with my syzters. :)
Yesterday was the fall social for my school, and I had waffled on whether or not to buy tickets because they were so expensive ($40 preorder, a 100% increase from $20 last year). (Budget cuts = more costs get passed on to the student) I eventually decided not to, because to be honest, my friend circle is vey small, and the food that is served there is quite mediocre. I didn’t think it was worth it.
I was happily reminded that my sorority was holding a sisters’ thanksgiving potluck, so I went to that instead, toting a bottle of wine as tribute. Even though I’m an alum, we’re a very small chapter, so all of us are pretty close.
It was just a reminder of all the positivity that I’ve gotten from my sorority (especially after my little’s class crossed, and our initial struggles were over with). The lot of us gathered with a bunch of food, I got to see one of my pledge sisters for the first time in two years, and I spent more time laughing in those four hours than I did for the entire last week. It was just such a wonderful time.
Those of my friends that went to the social came back and told me, unanimously, that it wasn’t worth the money–they’d run out of drinks early (and unlimited alcohol is one of the big draws in our events), the food was minimal in variety and lacking in quality, and they didn’t get to see much art at all (since the event was in an art museum, but closed after 2 hours).
All that to say, I’m really thankful for my sisters and their warm and generous hearts. This is what I love my sorority for.