In the fall of 2004, a group of six dedicated and courageous women established the Eta Pi chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority. Metro State has since changed its name and with it came the prominence and recognition of being an official university. While our campus has grown and changed throughout the years, the mission of our chapter has remained the same, "To provide exceptional experiences that will empower women to change the world." Today, Eta Pi has over 20 active members and continues to welcome women of character with open arms. We are proud to partner with our graduated sisters of the Denver Area Alumnae Chapter and together we have served our mission of empowering and aiding children in our community. Through fundraising and volunteering, we continue to serve children. With the help of the Robbie Page Foundation, we were able to fund the purchase of two VECTA sensory and distraction machines and a mobile child life cart for the Children's Hospital in Highlands Ranch, CO. Eta Pi continues to raise money for the Children's Hospital and our new philanthropic partner, March of Dimes!
Eta Pi strives to inspire our sisters to reach their potential by offering academic support, leadership and community service opportunities, as well as lots of laughs!