Each semester we welcome a unique and diverse group of young women, Browse through our classes - from our Founding Mothers to our most recently initiated class, Beta Alpha! Click the button below to view all classes.
A legacy is the daughter, granddaughter or biological sister of an initiated member. In our 25 years as a local organization, we have had 9 legacies. In fall of 2004 our first legacy, Vanessa Burka joined Xi class (Sister of Lisa Marie Burka, Kappa Class) and the next semester we had our second legacy in Omicron class, Isabelle Gunn (Sister of Natalie Gunn, Nu Class). One year later, our third legacy Sheena Lockyer of Rho class (Sister of Nicole Lockyer, Pi Class), joined us. Our fourth legacy was in Phi class Stephanie Martin (Sister of Jennifer Martin, Omicron class) who became a sister in Winter 2008. Victoria Yeboah (Sister of Sarah Yeboah, Alpha Gamma Class) is our fifth legacy, and a member of Alpha Mu Class. Our sixth legacy, Jaimey Campbell (Sister of Jordan Campbell, Alpha Kappa Class) joined in Fall 2017 in Alpha Pi Class. Our next legacies made history as pledge sisters in the Fall of 2020, Gracie DeMille (Sister of Kierstyn DeMille, Alpha Xi Class) and Gillian Jenkins (Sister of Ella Lever, Alpha Upsilon Class) are our seventh and eighth legacies and are in Alpha Chi Class. Our most recent legacy is Emma Parisien (sister of Sarah Parisien, Alpha Phi Class) who is in Alpha Omega Class. Our legacies are a true testament to our bonds of sisterhood.
From the time you become an Active Sister all the way to your Alumni status, the sisters of Nu Sigma Pi continue to stand strong together in union. With an Alumni base of over 300 sisters, our Alumni are heavily valued and an integral part of where Nu Sigma Pi stands today. Through Master's programs, career paths and life's journey, our sisters continue to support each other through sisterhood along the way.
☆Nu Sigma Pi celebrates 20 years of excellence in September of 2017☆