Phi Sigma Theta (PST)

In the fall of 1999, eight females started Phi Sigma Theta to promote diversity on Sewanee's campus as well as serve the community and stand as role models to other young girls. We strive to uphold the standard of being a lady and a member of this great community inside and outside of campus. Our sorority also brings people of all colors and backgrounds together for the common purposes of sisterhood and philanthropy.

Chapter Nickname: PST

When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee:  Fall 1988

Values:  Community Service, Leadership, and Diversity

Philanthropy:  Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga, American Cancer Society, and Haven of Hope

Annual Programs: Self Esteem Fashion Show

Colors:  Blue. Silver, and White

Symbol: Dolphin

Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.0


Chapter Officers

Chapter President:  Alame Doherty  -

Social Chair:   Linnea Carver  -

Rush Chair:  Asia McIntosh  -