Welcome to our website! We are the Zeta chapter of Sigma Alpha at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We are a professional and social sorority created from a common love for agriculture. We strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service by supporting our members and our community to overcome challenges and accomplish goals.
Our colors are Emerald and Maize. Our jewel is the Emerald. Our flower is the yellow chrysanthemum. Our national mascot is the baby bull and our local mascot is the honeybee.
Who We Are
Sigma Alpha is a member of the Professional Fraternity Association (PFA), a national organization of professional Greek letter organizations and The Consortium of Collegiate Agricultural Organizations. Both Sigma Alpha Sorority and the Sigma Alpha Alumni Association are affiliates of American Agri-Women. Our national service project is Ag in the Classroom.
Ann Huling-Matthews, Cindie Davis, Marilyn Burns, Jennifer McMillan, and Amy Matthews were the five founding sisters of Sigma Alpha. The sorority was officially recognized on January 26, 1978. Since then, Sigma Alpha has been established in colleges all over the country and it was founded at Louisiana State University on October 29, 1989. For more information on our history and symbols, please click here.