Sigma Delta Sorority

Re-instituted in June 2013 with help of Minot State University alumnae, the Sigma Delta Sorority started as a local sorority with four charter members. The sorority’s aim is service to women and children, and “Gems,” prospective members, were welcomed. Sigma Delta ended the year with 13 sisters.

As a mission, Sigma Delta strives to positively impact young women’s through service, loyalty and friendship. Its vision is to enable young women to develop a life-long bond of sisterhood, while being engaged community leaders. The sorority promotes the values of sincerity, integrity, grace, mindfulness and ardor.

During the MSU Centennial Celebration, Sigma Delta participated in seven Power of 100 service projects, the most of any campus group. The projects were Toilet Paper Tuesday, Polished Pearls, 100 Thanks, Giving the Gift of Sight, 100+ Giving Hearts, Sigma Socks of Love and the Greek Life Blood Drive. The sorority also volunteered for on-campus events and activities, including Community Halloween Party, Pennies for Patients and Special Olympics. Sigma Delta’s campus involvement included Homecoming Week and Greek Week, club fairs and an intramural bowling team.