Lambda Sigma, Winthrop University

About Lambda Sigma Chapter

Lambda Sigma was founded on January 22, 1977 at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. We've been around 42 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 17. We currently have a total of 43 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.59! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 0 service hours and $0.00!

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Chapter News

Helen Diamond Steele, Winthrop-Lambda Sigma, named director of Office of Student Enrichment at Clemson University

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Helen Diamond Steele has been named as the director of the Office of Student Enrichment in the College of Business at Clemson University. Dr. Steele, an alumna member of the Lambda Sigma Chapter at Winthrop University (who also serves as the chapter's Academic Advisor), received her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Clemson in 2012.

Previously, Dr. Steele had led the University of West Georgia's First-Year Experience.

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Lambda Sigma Chapter (Winthrop University) receives Chapter of the Year and other Greek awards

May 20, 2016

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The Lambda Sigma Chapter was honored to receive the following awards from Winthrop University's Fraternity and Sorority awards: Chapter of the Year, Outstanding Program, Excellence in Academics and New Member Education. Members Bri Rae received the Excellence in Leadership Award, and Alex Pinto won the Chapter President of the Year award.

Lambda Sigma Chapter has highest GPA at Winthrop University
January 26, 2015

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It was just announced at Winthrop University that the Lambda Sigma Chapter has the highest GPA out of all 15 sororities and fraternities on campus, with an average of 3.51.
Lambda Sigma Chapter (Winthrop University) raises $4,300 for Starkey Hearing Foundation
November 7, 2015

The Lambda Sigma Chapter (Winthrop University) hosted its Big Man on Campus event on September 24, 2015. Twenty contestants participated in the western-themed event. Leading up to Big Man on Campus, contestants raised money individually, competing for the title of  Mr. Philanthropic.

Awards were also given to Mr. Congeniality, Best Dressed and Best Talent. This year’s Big Man on Campus was awarded to Jamal Tate. With the help of the Lambda Sigma members, contestants, and those who graciously gave during tabling, helped the Lambda Sigma Chapter raise $4,300 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation.