Sigma Kappa, Kappa Nu was founded at Marquette University in 2006. Since this time, the chapter has grown exponentially and is now proud to claim more than 95 incredible women as members and is one of the largest chapters at Marquette University.
Kappa Nu is honored to maintain their place as one of the top Sigma Kappa chapters in the nation, claiming both a one and two star rating as awarded by their National Headquarters. The members of Sigma Kappa are enthusiastically active in their service, leadership, and academics and strive to support all their members in achieving their fullest potential as young college women.
Sigma Kappa is nationally well known for their support of not one-but five philanthropies: Sister to sister, Inherit the Earth, Gerentology, Maine Sea Coast Mission, and Alzheimer's Disease Research. The five philanthropies provide numerous opportunities to make connections and be of service to those in the world that need it most.
Being a member of Kappa Nu is often where members have claimed to have the best memories of their college experience. We pride ourselves on our indescribable and genuine sisterhood, which is why so many women are proud to call Sigma Kappa their home away from home.