Basic Eligibility Requirements

Alumni Membership

Membership in Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. is divided into two main categories: Collegiate (members currently attending four-year colleges and universities), and Alumni (members who have graduated from a four-year institution).

Alumni Membership in Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. is limited to individuals who have earned a baccalaureate degree or other degree from a recognized four-year college or university with a minimum 2.6 cumulative GPA based on a four-point scale.

SLG has two options for alumni membership:

Establish an AA

Moved to a new city and want to create a new entity for Gammas in the area? Establishing an Alumni Association is quick and easy!

For more information about establishing an Alumni Association in your area, please contact Chief Operations Officer, Brianna Peral, via email at

The criteria for creating an Alumni Association are as follows:


A minimum of 5 members of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. must be assembled to become chartered.


Each petitioning Alumni Association must also submit the following:

  • Each petitioning member must have an individual account on Greektrack with current contact Information 
  • Entity Bank Account
  • Official Email
  • A name for the Association
  • Alumni Associations are named by geographical area (i.e. Chicago Metropolitan, or District of Columbia Metropolitan)
  • A one-time Chartering Fee of $350.00
  • Bylaws for the Alumni Association

Why Should I Join an Alumni Association?

Sigma Lambda Gamma is a life-long commitment and it gets even better after graduation! 

By joining an Alumni Association alumni can come together and further the work of the sorority by voting for national leadership and policy proposals, host Graduate New Member Intake, create local social events for Gammas in their area, and volunteer with local agencies in their communities. The largest benefit of an Alumni Association is community and connection with other Gammas who have completed their collegiate studies.

If you have any questions about how to create or join an Alumni Association, please reach out to Brianna Peral at for more information on how to get started.