RSO Spotlight: Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Sorority Inc.

February 2, 2022

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Zeta Sigma Chi was founded on March 3, 1991. Five short years later, Zeta Sigma Chi was founded at Michigan State University, on March 31, 1996. Zeta Sigma Chi is a multicultural sorority welcoming women from different backgrounds, experiences, cultures, religions, etc. Currently, Zeta Sigma Chi consists of eight members and is a multicultural sorority at MSU. Zeta Sigma Chi strives to fulfill its values of sisterhood, service, culture, education, and success. 

Leadership

  • Maricela Tapia – President
  • Destiny Hernandez – Vice President and New Membership Chair
  • Mariam Dawith – Secretary, External Relations
  • Amelia Kasgorgis – Assistant New Membership Chair
  • Kaylin Nguyen – Treasurer
  • Addison Walton and Daylin Roblero – Cultural Coordinators
  • Yoceline Magdaleno – Fundraiser Chair

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Why Join?

Zeta Sigma Chi offers growth and professional skills by working together with women who are different from each other. Zeta Sigma Chi also offers unforgettable experiences, including cultural celebrations and lifelong bonds.

Programs/Events

Zeta Sigma Chi holds a multitude of different events throughout the school year. Be on the lookout for their scheduled Interest Week Events, as well as their Valentine’s Day Cake Pop fundraiser coming soon. Additionally, Zeta Sigma Chi holds study tables during the semester to bond together.

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