Phi Sigs have four responsibilities. They are:
Responsibility to Self
Responsibility to Chapter
Responsibility to Campus and Surrounding Community
Responsibility to National
Responsibilities to Self
Attain scholastic requirements needed for initiation (2.2
Develop and expand your leadership potential by accepting organizational responsibilities.
Seek new friendships which can broaden your personal perspectives.
Responsibilities to Chapter
Meet chapter financial obligations promptly.
Get to know your chapter sisters.
Learn the history and workings of your chapter.
Participate in chapter projects and social activities.
Serve as an officer when necessary.
Cooperate with chapter officers and judiciary boards.
Responsibilities to Campus and Surrounding Community
Become involved in Greek Council activities and in getting to
know other Greeks.
Participate in extracurricular activities.
Participate in community social/volunteer activities.
Seek to serve your campus and your community in whatever constructive ways you can.
Responsibilities to National
Learn about the organization you belong to by learning its
history, how it runs and what your role is.
Support your National Programs.
Support the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation.
Complete National Initiation requirements.
Interest others in becoming Phi Sigma Sigma sisters.
Represent Phi Sigma Sigma and the Greek system to everyone with whom you come in contact.
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