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About Our Chapter

Sigma Alpha is a professional agricultural sorority existing in many colleges across America. Founded in 1987 at The Ohio State University, five young women wanted an alternative to the social sorority system. They desired a group of women to bond with over their mutual passion of agriculture. Within the organization, there are four pillars our women strive to elevate: scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. 


Since 1987, Sigma Alpha has a sisterhood spanning across the nation to include nearly 100 chapters; including the Alpha Omega Chapter at Kansas State University. Together, we are steadily learning and growing together in agriculture.


Here at the Alpha Omega Chapter, we play our part in the Kansas agriculture community. While each of our members are spread across the country due to COVID-19, each sister continues to lend a hand so that we may strengthen the agricultural industry.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact the chapter 




The objective of Sigma Alpha shall be to promote its members in all facets of agriculture and to strengthen the bonds of friendship among them. It is the purpose of the members to strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service, and to further the development of excellence in women pursuing careers in agriculture.

To be the foremost organization fostering academic excellence and professional development while encouraging networking and lifelong bonds for women leading the agricultural industry. We strive to build diversity by marketing our organization on an international level.

Cultivating professional women in agriculture


Sigma Alpha’s national philanthropy is our very own Agriculture in the Community. Agriculture in the Community is a philanthropy that allows members to give back and pay it forward by sharing the word of agriculture.

Whether sisters speak in a classroom, hold an informational session, or create and pass out flyers around our food system, they are spreading the positive word of agriculture and building bridges between producers and consumers. Our audiences include but is not limited to: peers within college, school systems for k-12, inner city groups, local and state organizations, extension programs, commodity associations, 4-H, FFA, etc.

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