Sigma Kappa sorority is compromised of a diverse collection of driven, involved, and outgoing women, bound by the values of the Sigma Kappa founders. The Kappa Omega chapter's history at Northeastern University started in the spring of 2013 when it initiated its colony class. In the summer of 2013, Kappa Omega received its charter and became one of over 100 Sigma Kappa collegiate chapters across the country. 

Fast Facts

National Philanthropy
Alzheimer's Disease/Gerontology, The Maine Sea Coast Mission, Inherit the Earth

Philanthropy Events
Charles River Cleanup, Walk to End Alzheimers, UV Night

I cannot imagine my college experience without Sigma Kappa. Northeastern University’s Kappa Omega chapter means more to me than I could have ever imagined. I joined Sigma Kappa as a colony member my freshman year at Northeastern. I thought I was just joining a sorority but I was naïve in what I thought that entailed. Sigma Kappa has given me more than I ever could have ever dreamed of. The friendships I’ve formed, the experiences I’ve gained, and the value that Sigma Kappa has given me is something that I will never forget.
— Amanda Karr
Without my chapter, my college experience would be entirely different. I wouldn’t have ladies to spend the weekends with and laugh with over Sunday brunch. I wouldn’t have a constant and unwavering support system to remind me to smile. I wouldn’t have dozens of women in my life who inspire me, and remind me to be the best I can be. Without my chapter, I wouldn’t have my best friends and I wouldn’t be the woman I am today.
— Madigan Chrystie