The Franklin and Marshall College Associate Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. defines itself as an organization committed to promoting the advancement of culturally diverse women in the community by providing social and academic support, while nurturing a sense of cultural pride...
Gammas Silvanys Rodriguez '19 and Eunice Woo '22 at the Student Involvement Fair representing SLG (Fall 2019)
The Franklin & Marshall College Associate Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. was founded in Spring 2019 by eleven trailblazing women. Sigma Lambda Gamma is a historically Latina-based sorority with multicultural membership founded on April 9, 1990 in University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. The sisterhood is comprised of women who strive for personal development and are passionate about being a positive influence in the community, country, and world.
Want to learn more about SLG at F&M? Check out our site for more information and updates: fandmgammas.weebly.com!
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Gammas Arly Henninger-Voss '21, Gaudalupe Vargas Razo '20, and Andrea Corilloclla '21 at SLG's Caramel Apple Sale for True Blue Weekend (Fall 2019)
Gammas Silvanys Rodriguez '19, Lilian Rodriguez '21, and Andrea Corilloclla '21 at F&M's annual Take Back the Night (Fall 2019)
Women of Sigma Lambda Gamma hosting Gammas Get Real: Mental Health at F&M, in collaboration with Active Minds (October 2019)
Be dedicated to women’s empowerment and lifelong sisterhood
Desire to be a Catalyst for Change
Have cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher
Remain in good academic standing
Abide by the mission and policies set forth by Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc. & the College
At least 30 credits completed
Demonstrate good moral character
Complete the New Member Application
Interested in becoming a Woman of Distinction? Join us for upcoming events or contact sisters for more information. If you believe the F&M Associate Chapter is right for you, let us know by submitting this: ΣΛΓ Interest Form!
Ready to join? Fill out this application and send it to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll hear back soon with more information!
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