Phi Sigma Sigma is a proud, strong, diverse member of the Greek community because our Founders were leaders of their time who developed a mission to perpetuate the advancement of womanhood. They believed that women of different faiths could come together and work toward common goals. Membership in Phi Sigma Sigma remains a lifelong, meaningful experience and sisterhood for women with like values. As a result, the Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority was born on November 26th, 1913 at Hunter College in New York, New York by our 10 founders.
Now, over 100 years later, Phi Sigma Sigma found its way to one of the "City by the Bay" state campuses, becoming one of the 150+ chapters in the United States. We are an international organization, having a few chapters in Canada. The Delta Gamma Chapter was established at San Francisco State University in 1981 and has been apart of the campus community ever since. Today, we continue to thrive upon the values and the sisterhood instilled by our visionary founders: Lifelong Learning, Inclusiveness, and Leadership through Service.
"Once a Phi Sigma Sigma, Always a Phi Sigma Sigma."