Alpha Sigma Alpha mourns the loss of past Vice President Heather Riley

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority is saddened to announce the death of Heather Riley, ΦΦ, on July 8 after a long and brave battle with triple negative breast cancer. Heather most recently served as vice president on national council 2012-19. Heather was […]

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2019-20 Foundation scholarship recipients announced

The Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation believes that learning should last a lifetime, and our commitment to that belief is carried out through both graduate and undergraduate scholarships. This year the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation is pleased to award 22 scholarships. […]

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Now hiring collegiate experience coordinator

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority is accepting applications and recommendations for the collegiate experience coordinator position. The collegiate experience coordinator is a member of the national headquarters team vital to advancing the Sorority’s mission and purpose. This position provides support to […]

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Alpha Sigma Alpha hires volunteer coordinator

Alpha Sigma Alpha is pleased to share that Emilie Gottsche Musgrave, BY, joined the national headquarters staff as the volunteer coordinator on June 17, 2019. Emilie received her master’s degree in student affairs and higher education from Indiana State University. Emilie has volunteered […]

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National Philanthropic Partnership Change

Alpha Sigma Alpha adopted the S. June Smith Center (“Center”) as a national philanthropic partner in 1990. For 29 years, Alpha Sigma Alpha members have made a difference in the lives of children with developmental needs and their families in […]

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Alpha Sigma Alpha National Council Leadership Change

Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority announces the resignation of National Vice President Heather Riley, ФФ. Heather was first elected to the national council in 2012 serving as vice president of membership and then as vice president of operations beginning in 2016. Prior […]

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