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Phi Sigma Rho Sorority
Transcript of Phi Sigma Rho Sorority
Who are we?
How do I join?
Feel elegant at Orchid Ball winter formal
Take sisterhood retreats
Be a part of the Greek community
Find a balance between academic life and fun
Contribute to National Philanthropies
Better your community through outreach
Receive support and encouragement from women in similar majors and classes
Discover opportunities for leadership development
Participate in Greek wide charity events
Network with alumnae in the workforce
Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology.
Through Phi Sigma Rho, our sisters develop the highest standard of personal integrity, strive for academic excellence, and build friendships that will last a lifetime.
Phi Sigma Rho was founded in 1984 by Abby MacDonald and Rashmi Khanna at Purdue University.
Due to their rigorous engineering schedules, they were not able to participate in formal sorority rush.
So they started their own sorority, and thus Phi Sigma Rho was born.
What is Phi Sigma Rho all about?
Where are we?
Tell me more!
Hear what other Phi Rhos have to say...
"I wanted to join a sorority really bad but I knew with being in engineering it wasn't realistic if I wanted to keep my grades up. Phi Rhos understand that school comes first and plus they are there to help you since we all have similar classes."
Okay, you have me convinced... so...
Phi Sigma Rho is expanding all the time with new chapters and colonies forming nationwide.
Together we build the future
Sounds great, so where did Phi Sigma Rho start?
Seems like a great organization...
"I lived far away from my school so I was looking for something to join at school, and what I got was a family away from home."
"I joined Phi Rho because my sisters understand how 'weird' I am. Phi Rhos have so many dimensions that many other people don't see because we're so focused on becoming engineers, but my sisters get it. They are always there when I need them."
"I always wanted to be in a sorority but I never felt like I could be myself with the other sororities. It wasn't until I met Phi Rho that I felt like I had a home away from home and a true sisterhood I was looking for. I ended up getting so much more then just the sorority I wanted to have at the beginning- these women have values, intelligence and passion that runs so deep. This is truly something amazing."
"I joined because of two key people ... but ended up meeting some really, really great women that I am proud to call friends and sisters."
"I will always love Phi Sigma Rho because it has been a source of life long friends who I love and cherish."
"I wanted the lifelong friendships you develop from joining a sorority. I also wanted to be surrounded by strong, intelligent women who shared my interests. After going through open rush at my University, I didn't feel like I'd found a place that fit both criteria. I'm proud to be a founder of the Arkansas-Kappa chapter!"
If you are interested in starting a chapter of Phi Sigma Rho on your campus, your first step is to contact the National Vice President of Expansion at
for more information about the expansion process.
Check out our website for more information about our sorority at
"Like" us on facebook at
Phi Sigma Rho National Sorority
and get updates on national events.
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Contact the chapter on your campus for recruitment information.