Sigma Phi Psi Sorority's Membership / FAQS


Application for membership consists of:

-Correctly and legibly filled out application
-Proof of honorable service (copy of last evaluation report if active duty and supervisor recommendation or DD214 discharge papers).
-Copy of picture ID (not military ID)
-One page legible summary of why applicant wants to be a member of Sigma Phi Psi
-Certified copy of birth certificate (verifying birth gender-must have been born female).
-Cannot have ever been a member of another "military" greek letter organization (any other GLO is acceptable).
-Payment of application fee good for 1 year.
Please click on following link for application. SPP Applicaion

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q: How is the membership fee spent?
A: Your fee covers the cost of your pledge, initiation and new Soror items (excludes travel to initiation).

Q: If I am a member of another Greek letter organization can I still join?
A: We are unable to accept/process applications if you are affiliated with another Greek Letter military sorority now or ever. Membership in a National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) or National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) sorority WILL NOT prevent you from joining.

Q: I've been added to the National Line, can you explain how this line differs from regular pledge lines?
A: To accommodate candidates in cities where we do not have established chapters we host National Lines. Our National Lines consist of candidates from across the globe seeking sorority membership. Candidates who successfully complete the pledge process are eligible for initiation. Note: Candidates within a 50 mile radius of an established Chapter must seek membership through the local chapter.

Q: Can you provide information about the Pledge Process?
A: Our Pledge Process serves as a candidate’s introduction to Sigma Phi Psi Sorority. It’s also a time for candidates to get to know current members and other candidates (their line sisters). At the end of the Pledge Process candidates who successfully complete all of the required tasks and receive a favorable vote from their Big Sisters are extended an invitation to join. Candidates that accept the invitation will be initiated as Sorors.

Q: If I pledge with the National Line, can I form my own Chapter in my city?
A: Sorors who wish to establish their own chapters (after initiation) have the option to do so. All requirements for establishing a new chapter must be met.

Q: How long is the Pledge Process?
A: The Pledge Process is 8 weeks long with the focus on 1 of the big 8 platforms taught each week over 8 weeks. There is a 30 to 60 day bonding period prior to initiation/induction.

If you have a question that is not answered above please feel free to contact us via our contact us page.