View the award winners for the 2018-2019 year!
To me, being a Phi Sigma Sigma means that I am part of something bigger than me that pushes me to be the best version of myself.
Thank you to the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation for giving so many of us the opportunity to just focus on school. It is such a gift to have financial support from your sisters when you are struggling through school.
I wouldn't have this scholarship if it wasn't for my sisters’ initiative and the incredible service the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation provides.
Phi Sigma Sigma was central to my life as a collegian, but I didn't really expect it to have the same impact after graduation.
Words cannot describe how thankful I am for the opportunity to be awarded an educational grant. The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation has impacted my life and my family's life.
As I planned for my senior year, I was faced with tough choices. Despite working two part-time jobs, I realized it just wasn’t enough. I would have to either postpone graduation or take on more student debt.
I am filled with thanks that the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation gave me the opportunity to attend “Social Tilt” this year through their Professional Development Grant.
I understand the power of giving and believe that any investment in the Foundation yields positive results for Phi Sigma Sigma members like me.
I would absolutely recommend UIFI to anybody within the Greek Life community. It will change you as a person and give you the tools to change your campus for the better.
To be a recipient of the Compassion Grant not only gave me the financial means to stay at my university and to resume my leadership positions on campus, but it also gave me a reason to keep fighting for myself.
I know how many great things the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation does and I hope that all who contribute to it know that they are really making a change in someone’s life.
Joining Phi Sigma Sigma was an unprecedented twist of fate for which I am forever grateful. I cannot wait to help others in the same way they helped me.
I was the first in my family to attend college. Without the support of my sisters during my undergraduate years, I don’t know if I would be where I am now.