Grants to Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority
Since its inception, the Foundation has granted nearly $1 million in support of Sorority programs.
Illuminate is Alpha Sigma Tau’s four-year member development program, offering personal and professional growth for collegiate Sisters. The program provides intentional opportunities for women to both build themselves as individuals and develop deeper levels of sisterhood amongst one another. Interactive and research-driven, Illuminate is rooted in eight leadership competencies and grounded in the real-life experiences of thousands of successful women leaders. Illuminate equips each participant with the proven leadership skills she needs to become the woman she aspires to be.
Thanks to Foundation support, nearly 2,000 collegiate members refined their leadership skills through this life-changing program in the 2019-2020 academic year.
Alpha Sigma Tau knows that one sexual assault is one too many.
Do you know that more than a third of female college seniors report that since starting college, they had experienced some kind of nonconsensual sexual contact? Or that 43% of college women who date report having experienced violent or abusive dating behaviors at some point in their lives?
Not Anymore is an engaging online program designed to educate members on sexual assault and relationship violence. It uses honest and compelling video tutorials to educate members and volunteers about consent, sexual assault, bystander intervention, and healthy relationships. The videos teach lessons that are drawn from the real world; they are honest, down-to-earth, and directly apply to the world of today’s college women.
GreekLifeEdu is an engaging online program that offers new members objective, science-based courses addressing the critical issues of alcohol awareness, sexual assault, and hazing.
Leveraging the latest research and trends, and incorporating multiple evidence-based learning theories, GreekLifeEdu provides simple strategies to help students achieve behavior-change objectives, teach students to practice safe decision-making, and empower students to make well-informed decisions.
Each year, more than 350 collegiate members participate in leadership development programs at Convention and Officer Academy.
Each program equips participants with the proven skills needed for successful Sorority leadership and – more than that – instills the tools to be successful in life. Past participants have found these programs to be a pivotal event in the leadership of their chapters, and in their own lives.