Our Seniors this semester have given us so much to be proud of. They have served as our role models, given us advice when we needed it most, and gone above and beyond to show us what it means to be a Sigma Kappa. Thank you to our seniors for everything they've given us. We’ll be here cheering you on as you take your next steps in life.
Sigma Kappa - Beta Tau
My time at the University of Florida would not have felt complete without finding the Panhellenic community and Sigma Kappa. Sigma Kappa gave me a home throughout my four years at UF, and I finally understood the power of having a community. Sigma Kappa has always been a place of love and support for me, and has helped me develop as a leader, a student, and a person. One of our values that resonates the most with me is personal growth, which is something I continually strive for. This sisterhood pushes me to be the best version of myself in every aspect of my life, and I have been lucky enough to even serve as chapter President during my time here, which is something I never thought I would be ready for. My experience as a leader in Sigma Kappa is one I am so grateful for because it has allowed me to obtain opportunities even after I graduate. Even though it’s a bittersweet feeling to be graduating, I’m so excited to be moving to New York City and potentially be living with other Sigma Kappas! This sisterhood has impacted me in more ways than you could know, and some advice I would give to future Panhellenic women is to find the people that will push you to be the best version of yourself but also support you when you are in your toughest times. NMC’22: You are about to enter some of the greatest times of your life, so remember to stay true to yourself and really ask yourself what you value in a sisterhood and let that guide you throughout your process!
Best of luck and Go Gators!
- Amanda Vega
Sigma Kappa is where I found my forever friends. Thank you Sigma Kappa for an experience of a lifetime. Couldn’t have asked for a better place to call home for the past few years.
My next adventure: Harvard School of Dental Medicine
- Amanda Law
Heading towards my dream career in Occupational Therapy, I’m excited for all the adventures I have ahead. Helping my future patients do what they love and celebrating with the sisters that are in my heart forever.
- Kaitlyn Grace