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Why Phi Rho
Phi Sigma Rho will always hold a special place in my heart. When I was an active, I met some great ladies and am still friends with many of them even after all these years have passed and we live many miles apart.
The bottom line is that Phi Rho means a lifetime of sisters, a lifetime of support and a lifetime of encouragement.
Delta - 1997
Joining Phi Sigma Rho was one of the best decisions I made when I was in college. My sisters were some of my best friends, and without Phi Rho, I’m not sure I would have graduated. It was also certainly some of the most fun I had as an undergraduate! I learned so much about myself during those years, and really grew as a person – and a professional. I owe so much of that to Phi Sigma Rho and the mentorship of my sisters. All these years later, it is gratifying to know that the bonds of sisterhood are as strong as ever.
Phi Rho gave a place where I belonged. I was tired of being the only girl in my classes. It was nice to share grades and engineering jokes with girls who actually studied engineering. Sisterhood was more than just sharing jokes though. I definitely met some ladies I look up to and ladies who helped me through thick and thin.
Theta - 2008
Phi Sigma Rho appealed to me from the first moment I heard about it. What could be better than a group of girls who knew exactly what you were going through as a woman in engineering? Nothing; nothing could be better than the bonds and memories I have made with my sisters. The endless support they have given, the fun we have had, the way we have grown, has changed me forever. And I couldn't be happier.
Alpha Gamma - 2016
Our sisters, our bonds, and our values have all impacted my life in such a positive way. Phi Rho has provided me with a sense of comfort, a safe haven, and an infinite amount of memories that I could never imagine my life without.
Lambda - 2017
I joined Phi Rho as a freshman. I was feeling I was in over my head in engineering school while loving the freedom being in college gave. At the time, I was looking for a social outlet of women who understood I had to study too. I found an amazing group of women who helped me find my place not only in engineering but in my own skin through personal growth. I have no doubt that I would not have graduated with my engineering degree if it were not for Phi Sigma Rho. Twenty seven years later, some of my best friends are still Phi Rhos.
Alpha - 1991
I joined Phi Rho to make new friends and to attempt to branch out of my comfort zone. I had never wanted to join a sorority, but when I found Phi Rho I knew I was in a place where I belonged. After joining, I have more than I asked for. I wanted friends but I have sister who are amazingly supportive. I'm gaining leadership experience that I don't think I would get elsewhere.
Rho - 2016
I joined Phi Rho when I looked around my classes and study groups and was tired of being the only female in the room. There's nothing like the sisterhood bonds I formed with these young women, others who dared to challenge themselves - and to succeed - in such a challenging, male-dominated field.
Kappa - 2015
I decided to rush Phi Rho to gain friendship from the most wonderful, intelliengent, beautiful girls I have ever met. They gave me a place to belong to. I expected friends, but I received sisterhood. Phi Rho has made me a better person, a better leader, and gave me sisterhood for life.
Upsilon - 2017
I joined for the exact same reason that Abby and Rashmi founded the sorority back in 1984. I wanted to experience every bit of fun, friendship, and sisterhood that is in a regular sorority but that could meet the demands of my education.
Zeta - 2016
Kayleigh Joe Graves
The creation of bonds with fellow sisters that will last a lifetime and making friendships that will last a lifetime
Epsilon - 2015
Phi Sigma Rho gives me a place to grow my mind, my heart and my spirit. As an active, I became a strong leader, a shoulder to lean on and a benefit to the community. As an alumnae, I give my time to support other sisters so they can have the opportunities I've had in Phi Rho.
Epsilon - 2010
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