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Historically, sororities were organized for social reasons; for women to make friends and connections on a college campus as women were just being allowed to apply for collegiate studies. Sororities offer female students a place where they can build leadership skills, pursue philanthropic work, promote scholarship, offer mentorships (big little process) and keep their members engaged in collegiate life by offering activities such as formals and mixers, homecoming rituals and other social events. While one perk of joining a sorority might be its easy access to an active social life, the benefits of building ties with one's "sisters" doesn’t end at graduation. National Greek alumni organizations help students network for potential employment opportunities once they've received their degrees, seek our fellow members from other chapters across the entire United States and other countries and they encourage members to build bridges through newsletters, meetings and special events.
Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is committed to developing scholars, philanthropists, leaders and sisters among our collegiate and alumnae members. The Sorority strives to have a cooperative relationship with their host colleges and universities as well as educate their members on who we are as Alpha Sigma Taus. More >>
Colors: Emerald and Gold
Mascot: Turtle (at FSU)
Flower: Yellow Rose
Motto: Active, Self-Reliant, Trustworthy
Chartered at FSU: 1975
President: Bethany Henson
The purpose of the sorority is to unite its memebers in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action, objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort.
Colors: Old Rose and Nile Green
Symbol: Roman Lamp
Flower: Pink Killarney Rose
Motto: Friendship, Justice, Character, Education
Chartered at FSU: 1975
President: Emily Shatley
Alpha Sigma Alpha promotes high ideals and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among their four aims of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development. Alpha Sigma Alpha provides opportunities through:
Sisterhood — forming strong bonds of unconditional friendship based on common values and experiences;
Heritage — expressed through creed, ritual and history; and
Leadership and Service — enhanced by chapter, campus and community involvement.
Colors: Crimson, Palm Green, Gold and Pearl White
Mascot: Dot the Ladybug
Flower: Narcissus, Aster (genus)
Motto: Aspire, Seek, Attain
Chartered at FSU: 2010
President: Ijee Ragin