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Old 07-24-2004, 12:03 AM
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All the Sigma Kappa Chapters Ever

OK, I've seen this in a whole bunch of other threads and thought we needed one too. If you can fill in any of the dates, please post them. The only closing dates I know are the recent ones. Thanks!

Boldface denotes active chapter

Alpha (1874-1984) - Colby College
Beta (1890-1893) - Colby College - absorbed into Alpha
Gamma (1892-1893) - Colby College - absorbed into Alpha
Delta (1904) - Boston University
Epsilon (1905-1998?) - Syracuse University (New York)
Zeta (1906) - George Washington University (DC)
Eta (1906) - Illinois Wesleyan University
Theta (1906) - University of Illinois
Iota (1908-1993) - University of Denver
Kappa (1908-1910?) - Brown University (Rhode Island)
Lambda (1910) - University of California, Berkeley
Mu (1910) - University of Washington
Nu (1911-1968?) - Middlebury College (Vermont)
Xi (1913) - University of Kansas
Omicron (1913-1956?) - Tufts University (Massachusetts)
Pi (1915-1930?) - Stanford University
Rho (1917-1940?) - Randolph-Macon Women's College (Virginia)
Sigma (1917-1964?) - Southern Methodist University (Texas)
Tau (1918-1994) - Indiana University - 2016 recolonization
Upsilon (1918) - Oregon State University
Phi (1919) - University of Rhode Island
Chi (1919-1998?) - Ohio State University
Psi (1919-1958?) - University of Wisconsin
Omega (1920-1999) - Florida State University

Alpha Beta (1920-1964?) - University of Buffalo
Alpha Gamma (1921) - Washington State University
Alpha Delta (1921) - University of Tennessee
Alpha Epsilon (1921) - Iowa State University
Alpha Zeta (1921-1955?) - Cornell University (New York)
Alpha Eta (1921-1961?) - University of Minnesota
Alpha Theta (1922) - University of Louisville
Alpha Iota (1922-2001) - Miami University (Ohio)
Alpha Kappa (1923-1972?) - University of Nebraska Lincoln
Alpha Lambda (1923-1976?) - Adelphi University (New York)
Alpha Mu (1924) - University of Michigan
Alpha Nu (1924-1981?) - University of Montana
Alpha Xi (1924-1932?) - University of Iowa
Alpha Omicron (1925-1993?) - University of California, Los Angeles
Alpha Pi (1925-1940?) - Ohio Wesleyan University
Alpha Rho (1926-1940?) - Vanderbilt University (Tennessee)
Alpha Sigma (1926) - Westminster College (Pennsylvania)
Alpha Tau (1927) - Michigan State University
Alpha Upsilon (1928-1936?) - University of North Dakota
Alpha Phi (1928-2004) - University of Oregon - 2015 recolonization
Alpha Chi (1929) - Georgetown College (Kentucky)
Alpha Psi (1931-1967?) - Duke University
Alpha Omega (1932-1995?) - University of Alabama

Beta Beta (1932-1936?) - University of South Carolina
Beta Gamma (1933-1955?) - University of Manitoba
Beta Delta (1939-1969?) - University of Miami
Beta Epsilon (1939) - Louisiana Tech University
Beta Zeta (1940) - University of Maryland
Beta Eta (1944) - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Beta Theta (1944) - Marietta College (Ohio)
Beta Iota (1945-1967?) - Carnegie-Mellon University (Pennsylvania)
Beta Kappa (1947-1997?) - Colorado State University
Beta Lambda (1947-1969?) - Utah State University
Beta Mu (1947) - Culver-Stockton College (Missouri)
Beta Nu (1947) - Bradley University (Illinois)
Beta Xi (1947-2010) - University of Memphis - 2015 recolonization
Beta Pi (1947-1959?) - Illinois Institute of Technology
Beta Rho (1948-1971?) - San Jose State College
Beta Sigma (1948) - Purdue University (Indiana)
Beta Tau (1949) - University of Florida
Beta Upsilon (1949) - Ohio University
Beta Phi (1950-1964?) - Idaho State University
Beta Chi (1950-2002) - University of California, Santa Barbara
Beta Psi (1950-2007) - San Diego State University
Beta Omega (1950) - University of Nebraska Omaha

Gamma Alpha (1950) - University of Northern Colorado
Gamma Beta (1950) - Western Michigan University
Gamma Gamma (1951) - Indiana State University
Gamma Delta (1952) - Thiel College (Pennsylvania)
Gamma Epsilon (1952) - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Gamma Zeta (1954) - Northern Illinois University
Gamma Eta (1954) - Ball State University (Indiana)
Gamma Theta (1955) - California State University, Long Beach
Gamma Iota (1955-1984?) - Texas Tech University
Gamma Kappa (1955) - Southern Illinois University
Gamma Lambda (1956) - East Tennessee State University
Gamma Mu (1956) - Eastern Illinois University
Gamma Nu (1956-1990?) - Gettysburg College (Pennsylvania)
Gamma Xi (1957-1991?) - Lambuth College (Tennessee)
Gamma Omicron (1957-1959?) - Morningside College (Iowa)
Gamma Pi (1958-2014) - Kentucky Wesleyan College
Gamma Rho (1958-1991?) - Western Carolina University (North Carolina)
Gamma Sigma (1959-1965?) - Carroll College (Wisconsin)
Gamma Tau (1959) - Midwestern State University (Texas)
Gamma Upsilon (1959) - California University of Pennsylvania
Gamma Phi (1960) - North Carolina State University
Gamma Chi (1960-1988?) - Stephen F. Austin University (Texas)
Gamma Psi (1961) - Tennessee Wesleyan College
Gamma Omega (1962) - Wittenberg University (Ohio)

Delta Alpha (1959) - Eastern Michigan University
Delta Beta (1959-1984?) - Marshall University (West Virginia)
Delta Gamma (1959-1975?) - Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Delta Delta (1959) - Central Michigan University
Delta Epsilon (1959-1974?) - Emporia State University (Kansas)
Delta Zeta (1959-1985?) - Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Delta Eta (1959) - Central Missouri State University
Delta Theta (1959) - Truman State University (Missouri)
Delta Iota (1959) - California State University, Chico
Delta Kappa (1959-1968?) - Black Hills State College (South Dakota)
Delta Lambda (1959-1973?) - Wayne State University (Michigan)
Delta Mu (1959-1995?) - Northwestern State University (Louisiana)
Delta Nu (1959) - Longwood College (Virginia)
Delta Xi (1959-1970?) - Western State College (Colorado)
Delta Omicron (1959-1976?) - Fort Hays State College (Kansas)
Delta Pi (1959) - Lock Haven University (Pennsylvania)
Delta Rho (1959) - James Madison University (Virginia)
Delta Sigma (1959-2011) - Western Illinois University
Delta Tau (1959) - University of Central Arkansas
Delta Upsilon (1959) - Southwest Missouri State University
Delta Phi (1959-1976?) - Fairmont State College (West Virginia)
Delta Chi (1959) - University of Central Oklahoma
Delta Psi (1959) - Radford University (Virginia)
Delta Omega (1959-1998?) - Waynesburg College (Pennsylvania)

Epsilon Alpha (1962) - Lenoir-Rhyne College (North Carolina)
Epsilon Beta (1962) - University of New Orleans
Epsilon Gamma (1962-1990?) - Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Epsilon Delta (1964) - Susquehanna University (Pennsylvania)
Epsilon Epsilon (1964) - University of Georgia
Epsilon Zeta (1965) - Western Kentucky University
Epsilon Eta (1965) - University of Findlay (Ohio)
Epsilon Theta (1966-1971?) - University of Southwestern Louisiana
Epsilon Iota (1966-1971?) - Athens College (Alabama)
Epsilon Kappa (1966-1984?) - Transylvania University (Kentucky)
Epsilon Lambda (1967) - California State University, Sacramento
Epsilon Mu (1968-2004, 2012) - University of Missouri

Epsilon Nu (1968-1984?) - University of Maine
Epsilon Xi (1969-1983?) - Adrian College (Michigan)
Epsilon Omicron (1969-1983) - Southwest Texas State University
Epsilon Pi (1969-1972?) - Northern Michigan University
Epsilon Rho (1970-1977?) - Eastern Washington State College
Epsilon Sigma (1970-1983?) - Armstrong State College (Georgia)
Epsilon Tau (1971) - California State University, Fullerton
Epsilon Upsilon (1976-1990?) - Missouri Western State College
Epsilon Phi (1971-1983?) - University of Southern Indiana
Epsilon Chi (1972) - Virginia Tech University
Epsilon Psi (1972-1982?) - Purdue University, Calumet (Indiana)
Epsilon Omega (1973) - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Zeta Alpha (1973) - Indiana University Southeast
Zeta Beta (1974-1978?) - University of Arkansas at Monticello
Zeta Delta (1974-1988?) - University of Tennesse, Martin
Zeta Epsilon (1976-2000) - California State University, Northridge
Zeta Zeta (1976) - Babson College (Massachusetts)
Zeta Eta (1977-1981?) - California State University, Stanislaus
Zeta Theta (1977-1982?) - Tri-State University (Indiana)
Zeta Iota (1977) - Elmhurst College (Illinois)
Zeta Kappa (1977) - Angelo State University (Texas)
Zeta Lambda (1977-1988) - Dartmouth College (New Hampshire)
Zeta Mu (1978) - University of California, San Diego
Zeta Nu (1978) - University of Texas, San Antonio
Zeta Xi (1978-1983?) - Long Island University
Zeta Omicron (1978) - University of Arizona
Zeta Pi (1980) - Colorado School of Mines
Zeta Rho (1980-1989?) - Lafayette College (Pennsylvania)
Zeta Sigma (1980-1984?) - University of Alabama/Birmingham - 2015 recolonization
Zeta Tau (1980-1983?) - University of Southern Colorado
Zeta Upsilon (1981) - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Zeta Phi (1982) - Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Zeta Chi (1982-1997) - Florida Institute of Technology
Zeta Psi (1983-1993?) - Cleveland State University
Zeta Omega (1984-1993) - Louisiana State University

Theta Alpha (1985) - Appalachian State University (North Carolina)
Theta Beta (1986) - University of LaVerne (California)
Theta Gamma (1986-2003) - University of Louisiana, Monroe
Theta Delta (1986) - University of Delaware
Theta Epsilon (1986) - University of California, Riverside
Theta Zeta (1987) - University of Virginia
Theta Eta (1987) - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Theta Theta (1987) - Albright College (Pennsylvania)
Theta Iota (1988) - State University of New York, Fredonia
Theta Kappa (1989-1994?) University of Southern California
Theta Lambda (1989) - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Theta Mu (1989) - University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Theta Nu (1989-1994?) - Baylor University (Texas)
Theta Xi (1989) - Auburn University (Alabama)
Theta Omicron (1989-2002, 2012) - Arizona State University
Theta Pi (1989) - State University of New York, Genesco
Theta Rho (1990-2010) - University of Kentucky
Theta Sigma (1990) - University of Hartford (Connecticut)
Theta Tau (1991) - Kansas State University
Theta Upsilon (1991) - Bowling Green State University (Ohio)
Theta Phi (1991) - University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Theta Chi (1991) - West Virginia University
Theta Psi (1992) - Pennsylvania State University
Theta Omega (1992-1998?) - Loyola University (Illinois)

Kappa Alpha (1995) - Northwest Missouri State University
Kappa Beta (1996) - Grand Valley State University (Michigan)
Kappa Gamma (1996-2004) - University of Dayton (Ohio)
Kappa Epsilon (1997-2000?) - Pepperdine University (California)
Kappa Zeta (1998) - Elon University (North Carolina)
Kappa Eta (1998) - Texas Christian University
Kappa Theta (1999-2012) - Saint Louis University
Kappa Iota (2002) - University of Pennsylvania
Kappa Lambda (2004) - North Georgia College and State University
Kappa Mu (2006) - Duquesne University (Pennsylvania)
Kappa Nu (2006) - Marquette University (Wisconsin)
Kappa Xi (2006) - University of Nevada, Reno
Kappa Omicron (2008) - Florida International University
Kappa Pi (2009) - Clemson University (South Carolina)
Kappa Rho (2009) - University of California, Irvine
Kappa Tau (2011) - University of West Georgia
Kappa Upsilon (2011) - The College of New Jersey
Kappa Phi (2011) - Florida Atlantic University
Kappa Psi (2011) - Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
Kappa Omega (2013) - Northeastern University (Massachusetts)

Lambda Alpha (2014) - Spring Hill College (Alabama)
Lambda Beta (2014) - Coastal Carolina University (South Carolina)
Lambda Gamma (2014) - Robert Morris University (Pennsylvania)
Lambda Delta (2014) - University of Houston (Texas)

Planned colonizations:
College of Charleston (2015)
American University (2016)

ETA: I've figured out a way to at least guess at the dates for the chapters using the directory on our website. But any confirmation or correction info is much appreciated.
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Old 07-24-2004, 01:54 AM
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we had a similar discussion about this in an earlier thread. . .

but we never got in to the missing chapter that you mentioned. . .very interesting. . .maybe we should email nationals?

another point that was made in that thread about colonization. i really wish we were re-colonizing more aggressively. . . i feel like we're in the dark until we recieve a triangle that announces "oh we've colonized at such and such a school. . ." i feel like we're missing in some larger greek systems where we used to have chapters. . .i realize these systems might not be open to expansion at the moment, but still. . .

that's just my .02 for now anyway
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Old 07-24-2004, 07:07 PM
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All of the greek orgs at Colby were dissolved on May 31, 1984, I believe. I asked that question once on our national bulletin board. And Gamma Xi and Omega both closed sometime in the early 90s, but that's all I know.
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Old 07-24-2004, 07:12 PM
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The point on the chapter designations is really just a side note. I'm more interested in tracking all of the founding and closing dates for these chapters. I agree that we should be focusing more agressively on recolonizations, but after putting together this list, I'm also concerned about maintaining our existing chapters. As far as I can tell, we lost at least three chapters this year - Mizzou, Dayton and Oregon.
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Old 07-26-2004, 10:41 PM
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i agree we should be more aggressive about recolonizing. i commented to this effect on the sisters only part of the site and got a semi nasty response from nationals. i said i'd like to know where we are being considered for colonization/recolonization. at least the district in which the potential new chapter would be in. but the sister from nationals basically said that it wouldn't happen b/c for one it would bring down morale for everyone if we didn't end up at a different schools. also that in order to stay competitive with bidding for colonization, we can't put it out there that we are bidding for a spot at xyz school b/c that could attract other glo's who weren't aware that xyz was looking for a new sorority.

hopefully our new national counsel will hold up to what they talked about at convention about wanting to be more aggressive about recolonizing.

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Old 07-27-2004, 03:28 PM
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Re: Re: All the Sigma Kappa Chapters Ever

Originally posted by ktkennyd
It's really sad to see the number of Sigma Kappa chapters that have closed or are now dormant. By looking at this list it doesn't look like we are doing a good job maintaining chapters or building new ones and this worries me. As an organization I think we need to work harder to maintain the chapters that we have and to expand if we want to continue to exist. But maybe it is like this with other sororities and I have just never heard anything about it.
Now I'll be the first to admit that I don't work at NHQ, have no idea what national is working on and am therefore speculating wildly. But, it seems to me that we have two issues: 1) our expansion has slowed down, which I think is true of most NPC sororities and 2) we're losing a number of chapters. Looking over that list, it seems we really didn't take the hit in the 60s and 70s that other sororities did (or maybe we recolonized most of those) but we really started losing chapters in the early 80s and it hasn't really stopped.

We have over 80 dormant chapters. I don't know numbers for all the NPC sororities but I believe Kappa, PiPhi, Theta, Tri-Delta and DG are all between 20 and 40. Zeta is about the same as us. DZ has over 100, but they also have a lot more active chapters.

Obviously, national is not going to be able to prevent every chapter from closing, but maybe they're too quick to give up on a chapter. I know my own chapter (Alpha Phi) got a lot of help from national, including live in chapter consultants and even visits from Angela Guillory. Despite all the help, they just weren't doing well with rush and they lost the chapter house. But a core group of dedicated girls decided to keep the chapter going and were able to get the numbers up somewhat (no where near competitive on campus, but sustainable). Unfortunately, after two years as a small unhoused chapter, NHQ came in and forced them to close. And they've basically made it impossible for the chapter to ever recolonize.

I just can't help but wonder if say Kappa or DG would have kept the chapter open.
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Old 07-27-2004, 03:33 PM
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At my campus, our numbers are about 55 gals right now. We had quite a lot of ladies go alum last fall so we took quite a blow & recruited 5 ladies during the spring. We're hoping to really do awesome during this fall RUSH. I know that Delta Gamma has well over 100 members & that TriDelta, GPhiB, APhi, and DZ have higher numbers than us too. The only sorority that has less #'s is AOII BUT they got a lot of help from their NHQ so this past spring, they recruited 17 ladies into their house & I'm sure that they are going to absolsutely give us a run for our money this fall. However, we get do get tons of support from our Corp Board & our alums. The problem we have is that some of our actives don't take it seriously & don't really care.
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Old 07-27-2004, 03:54 PM
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a lot of what it comes down to with recolonizing a chapter is the alumnae support. the cincinnati alumnae chapter has flat out said they don't care to help alpha iota (miami u) recolonize b/c it is very inconvienent to travel to miami.

as for the efforts to keep a chapter alive, well, i have to say that majority of the time nhq does a pretty good job of this. we had every single field consultant and a few staff from nhq helping us as well as about 6 chapters from around the area. unfortunately, even with all of our efforts, we only got two girls on bid day. we were given a letter of challenge and had a certain number to get up to by fall of the following year, but we decided as a chapter to close.
on the flip side though, the kappa gamma chapter was essentially forced closed and this caused quite a fuss around here (dayton).

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Old 08-14-2004, 03:58 PM
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Tau chapter closed at the end of the 1993-1994 school year, I think. I know it was still active that year, because some of my Alpha Phi Omega brothers were active members of Tau chapter.

Tau had a beautiful, fairly new house when it closed. Pi Kappa Phi is there now, but I don't know if they bought the house or if Sigma Kappa still owns it and is renting it to them. But you can go here and click on the "House" button to see what it looked like.

The IU office of admissions is also a former Sigma Kappa house, the one they were in before they moved to their last house. This is the only picture of it I've been able to find online:

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Old 08-15-2004, 01:17 PM
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Wasn't it said at National Convention this year that we were going to expand & try to recolonize some of our dormant chapters? I am pretty sure someone told me that we were going to go ahead with this.

If so, I hope they try to recolonize first & then open up new chapters at other campuses. Either way though, I think getting some new sisters would be great.
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Old 08-25-2004, 10:49 PM
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Sorry to crash, I wanted to supply Pi chapter's close date. I thought it was one of the nine NPC's that were all closed in 1944 (6 of which have returned, though one closed in 1999). However, I did some research and it appears that it closed prior to Stanford's abolishment of sororities. I am rather interested in my alma mater's sorority history, so I am trying to find out the close date/public reason given for my own interest and would be happy to post it here.

And for consideration for re-colonization:
Campus climate now: Since the passing of Title IX, sororities have returned to campus, but there is a strong anti-greek sentiment through most of the student body and administration (interesting sidenote: one Dean is a DKE and generally won't admit it - he also comes out as very anti-greek). There are, however 5 sororities (once 6, but DG closed in 1999), something like 13 fraternities, 4 NPHC groups and 4 multicultural groups (only one really has a major foothold - the others have developed in the past 2 or 3 years) I also just heard that they hired someone with a greek background to handle greek affairs, so maybe people are changing their minds?

Edited because I'm an idiot and didn't check my facts before posting.

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Old 05-18-2005, 10:25 AM
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Wasn't it said at National Convention this year that we were going to expand & try to recolonize some of our dormant chapters?

Pardon for crashing, but are there any plans to bring back Alpha Omega at Alabama? I've read that it was your executive director's undergrad chapter, which kinda made me wonder ...
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Old 05-18-2005, 11:08 AM
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Originally posted by LXA SE285
Wasn't it said at National Convention this year that we were going to expand & try to recolonize some of our dormant chapters?

Pardon for crashing, but are there any plans to bring back Alpha Omega at Alabama? I've read that it was your executive director's undergrad chapter, which kinda made me wonder ...
I have no idea where they are trying to recolonize as they do not tell us until they get the opportunity to present. But Alabama would have to be open for expansion first, then we would have to be chosen to present with other chapters and then picked by Alabama's panhellenic. It is not just as simple as coming back, and since we would need a house to be competitive that would also come into play. Not sure what the housing situation looks like at Alabama. Hope this helps.
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Old 05-20-2005, 10:44 PM
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I've heard ... through some alum who were asked if they could help ... that Massachusetts may be getting some chapters back in action ;-) ... I'm excited and I hope I can help out.
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Old 05-21-2005, 10:57 AM
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That would definitely be great if they did. There are so many chapters here in CA but it would be nice to see more open up in other parts of the U.S.
Then again, any new chapter is great IMO.
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