During your years as a collegiate member of APS, you can expect to experience sisterhood in nearly everything you do. You and your sisters will learn together, study together, and professionally develop together. As a new member, you will learn about the responsibilities of membership and our emphasis on academic excellence, service, leadership and commitment. You will have a Big Sister to lead your through this stage of development and into your Initiation.
After your initiation, you will have the opportunity to hold leadership positions in your chapter, either as a member of the Executive Board or the Program Council. APS members are also encouraged to participate in campus activities as well and to use their skills for leadership and development towards their fellow students. Your collegiate chapter will be an active member of your University's provided cultural councils or an established NALFO council that will work to strengthen the Greek system on your campus.
APS chapters create their own schedule of events and activities including fund raising, local service and philanthropy projects, intramural, social events with other campus organizations, Greek Week, Homecoming, leadership seminars and events with alumnae members.
Though your college experience may be based on the completion of your degree, APS membership lasts a lifetime. Sisterhood doesn't end when you graduate. As an alumnae member of APS, you can join our national governing body, a local alumnae chapter and continue to give back to your respective chapter with needed support and advisement.
Life and work as a ALPHA provides continuous opportunities to academically excel and professionally develop so that we can give back to the communidad. We hope you'll navigate through our website to learn more about Alpha Pi Sigma.
Individual campuses will inform all potential new members about recruitment events and provide them with all necessary information.
The most common recruitment events include: Recruitment, Rush, & Informational Sessions.
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