The Zeta Pi chapter of Sigma Kappa was established on January 26, 1980, making us the oldest national sorority at the Colorado School of Mines. Since then, our chapter has grown to 82 active members and has a network of over 600 alumni on top of the extensive national network. As women entering the STEM field, our sisterhood bonds us together and allows us to find friendships that will last a lifetime and a support network that will propel us to success. Zeta Pi has a history of helping women grow and develop their leadership skills in order to become strong leaders in our community.


deia position statement

The Zeta Pi chapter stands firm in its belief in diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility for all. As an organization we continuously examine ourselves, policies, and practices to better support these ideals. Promoting equality and fairness among sisters is rooted deeply in Sigma Kappa values and individuals, and with these beliefs true personal growth, friendship, and loyalty are possible. 



Alzheimer’s Research (Walk to End Alzheimers)

Sigma Kappa Foundation

Inherit the Earth (Highway cleanup)


Maine Seacoast Mission (donations and item drive)


Chapter of the Year 2019

Greek Woman of the Year 2019 – Gibson Stone

National Chapter of the Year 2018

National 3 Star Standards of Excellence Award 2018

Highest Sorority GPA Spring 2018, Fall 2018