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The independent voice of the students of Penn State Harrisburg

The Blue & White Journal

The independent voice of the students of Penn State Harrisburg

The Blue & White Journal

A Sorority of Sisterhood


The most well-known and popular fraternities and sororities are at Penn State University. Main Campus is also known to have multiple campuses located all around Pennsylvania. It becomes one big Nittany Lion family. Penn State Harrisburg did not want to leave anyone behind and continue the legacy of welcoming brothers and sisters into the family.  

The sorority at Penn State Harrisburg is called Kappa Beta Gamma. There is no set limit to how many members can be in the sorority on campus. The sisterhood is searching for new sisters to join. Their mission is to build our sisters morally, socially, and intellectually. They are looking for sisters who share the values of Love, Faith, Sisterhood, Loyalty, Charity, and Fidelity. 

The members that run it are President Allison Williams, Vice President Lily Sapp, Secretary Venus Talbot, Treasurer Gianna Steber, National Liaisons Madison Beneby, and Abigail Young.

  Allison Williams, President of the club, shares multiple reasons why someone should join a sorority and the long-term benefits that come with it. 

“The pros of joining a sorority are being around people who care about you. It is a great networking opportunity, and you can grow in leadership, socially, and academically. We have sisters of all majors and alum who provide internship and work opportunities of all different types,” said Williams.

She also shares the reason why she became the President of KGB. 

“I chose to become President of the sorority because I truly love and care for this organization and all my sisters,” added Williams. 

The recruitment process is open to anyone who identifies as a girl with at least 14 PSU credits or 27 transfer credits and a GPA of or above 2.5. If you are interested and once accepted, there are mandatory meetings, events, and requirements to stay in the sisterhood. 

The cost gets paid each semester. It ranges from around $250 to $300. Those dues cover the national fee of $175 that each person must pay that get them recognized as a member by nationals, and the rest covers all the events the sorority is involved with

The meetings are held every Sunday at 7 pm in a classroom in Olmstead and are closed to members only to keep the importance of the bond between the sisters sacred. 

They do not have a particular house that the sisters must live in. That is decided based on your preference, but some sisters live together.

The activities that the sorority participates in are having mandatory philanthropy hours, and we work with several organizations to acquire those hours. They also volunteer with Special Olympics, the Ronald McDonald House, Susquehanna service dogs, Cocoa Kitties, the local food bank, and many more. They also hold social events all around the campus and for Greek life.

If you are still searching for your soul sister, attend their recruitment days by checking the Corq app. 



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