Parents & Family
Is there a young woman in your life who is considering Alpha Sigma Tau? That’s great—she’s about to embark on a new journey that will enrich her life forever.
When your loved one joins Alpha Sigma Tau, she is joining a proud legacy of smart, confident women who embody the Sorority’s core values of excellence, intellect, graciousness, respect, and connections. She is building and maintaining meaningful, sincere, and lifelong relationships, and embarking on a richer college journey full of opportunities to engage and grow. If she is anything like most of our members, she will graduate into the world with a better education, stronger network and support system, and more life-changing experiences.
Here are just a few ways that we make sure your loved one is in good, safe hands with Alpha Sigma Tau:
“I am proud of all three of my daughters, not only because of what they have become as responsible young women, but also because of the bright futures that are ahead of them! If not for being in Alpha Sigma Tau and the lifelong friends they have made in the Sorority, I’m not sure they would have had such a great college experience. They are happy, responsible, well-adjusted, and ready to take on whatever life may throw at them.”
proud father of three Alpha Sigma Tau Sisters: Jennifer, Jaclyn, and Joy Mullins, Gamma Xi/Grand Valley
Ways to support your loved one
If sorority life is new to you, you may be wondering how you can be supportive in your loved one’s Alpha Sigma Tau journey. Here are a few ways.
Why Alpha Sigma Tau
Your loved one has many choices when it comes to getting involved on campus. Read more about why Alpha Sigma Tau is a great choice for her.
We invite you to take a look at the rest of our website to learn about all the great things Alpha Sigma Tau has to offer.
We also encourage you and your family to check out TheSororityLife.com. There, you will find answers to the most common questions about sorority membership. You can also read what other women have said about the positive experiences of being in a sorority.