Save the Date for our 88th national convention!

June 20-23, 2018

Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort and Spa

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida


Registration Book 
List of Past Convention Locations
Allowance information will be available by the end of March:

Both alumnae and collegiate chapters may be eligible to receive an allowance from Sigma Kappa Sorority to help defray registration costs. These allowances vary in amount and are eligible to chapters who are in good standing. Convention terms and conditions

Please watch our website and social media for more registration information. While we anticipate no problems with providing accommodations at the Sawgrass Marriott, please note that voting delegates will be given priority room reservations. All other attendees will be provided reservations on a first come, first serve basis.


Bylaws amendments

The proposed Bylaws amendments and lists of frequently asked questions regarding the amendments can be found by clicking here and expanding the convention tab. Webinars were held on April 30 and May 2 regarding the proposals and those are also posted in the convention tab. If you have additional questions, please contacts


Enjoy fun in the sun with Sigma Kappa!

With a variety of activities, including business meetings and the election of the 2018-2020 National Council, there are plenty of opportunities to connect with sisters, relax in the sun, or explore Northeast Florida’s beaches and sights.

Ponte Vedra Beach is located off the east coast of Florida, approximately 35 miles away from the Jacksonville International Airport and Saint Augustine, America’s oldest city. In addition to a newly-renovated meeting and guest room area, the Sawgrass Marriott is also home to the award-winning TPC Sawgrass golf course, home to The Players Championship each May.

Easy access via hotel shuttle takes guests to either the golf course or the beach via the Cabana Beach Club. At the resort proper, there are two pools to relax or meet up with family or Sigma Kappa sisters.


Schedule and Program


  • Convention Registration
  • Shop Sigma Kappa
  • First-Timer’s Gathering
  • Opening Banquet



  • Shop Sigma Kappa
  • Business Meeting Sessions
  • Volunteer Team Meetings
  • Educational Breakout Sessions
  • Sigma Kappa Foundation Banquet



  • Educational Breakout Sessions
  • Lifelong Luncheon
  • Confirmed Conventionite Banquet



  • Initiation & Model Meeting
  • Business Meeting Sessions
  • Connect Event
  • Achievement Banquet


Ground Transportation

As Ponte Vedra Beach is approximately 35 miles from Jacksonville, Sigma Kappa will be offering discounted group ground transportation as part of the registration process. Round trip chartered bus service will be available on both Wednesday, June 20 and Sunday, June 23 for approximately five hours, with buses departing every half hour. More information will be available during the registration process. The fee is $55 per person for round trip transportation. 

For those of you that need alternative transportation due to your arrival and departure times, other options for one way airport transport includes Uber (average cost range from $35-$46 for a standard Uber to $97-$130 for Uber Black), rental cars (see the JAX airport website for a list of companies). Finally, East Coast transportation is offering shared ride rates at $98 single or $49 per person 2 or more riding together one way. This option is for those guests needing shuttle transport that do not purchase our group shuttle as part of the registration process due to a different arrival or departure date than the group (traveling other than Wednesday, June 20, or Sunday, June 24).

Should you have specific questions regarding ground transportation options, please contact Danielle Wieczorek at


We look forward to welcoming you to our 88th national convention! For questions regarding convention, please contact Gina Farrar, meeting and events specialist, at, or at 317-381-5511.

Day of Service


Day of Service: April 7, 2018

Service and philanthropy are very important to Sigma Kappa, and it is important for our members to continue to find ways to positively impact our communities. By encouraging our members to get involved in daily acts of service, we can change the world for the better.

Tell us what you are doing for Day of Service by completing this form


How To Get Involved


Projects completed on the Day of Service can be anything you choose – whether it supports one of our philanthropic partners or supports another that has meaning to your chapter or you as an individual.


What To Do



Helpful Links

National Options
Doing Good Together Link
Habitat for Humanity Link
American Red Cross Link
All for Good Link
VolunteerMatch Link
Location Specific
Atlanta Link
Boston Cares Link
Boston Volunteer Link
Chicago Cares Link
Desert Volunteer Connect Link
HandsOn Bay Area Link
IndyHub Link
Jacksonville Link
Jersey Cares Link
New York Cares Link
NYC Service Link
Serve Philadelphia Link
Volunteer Houston Link
Volunteer Phoenix Link


PR Toolkit

Day of Service Logos Zip File
Helpful Hints for Taking Good Photos and Videos  PDF
Media Alert Template Word
Press Release Template Word
Tips for Press Release and Media Alert PDF



Regional Leadership Conference

The 2018 regional leadership conferences (RLCs) will again be held in January and February to provide collegiate officers and advisory board supervisors both job-specific training, as well as general leadership skills. 

To better serve our chapters, we’ve added a new location in Cincinnati. Please see below for information on the six locations for 2018:

  • Dallas – Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center (January 12-14)
  • Los Angeles - Los Angeles Airport Marriott (January 12-14)
  • Newark - Newark Liberty Airport Marriott (January 12-14)
  • Cincinnati – Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center at University of Cincinnati (January 26-28)
  • Chicago  - Chicago Marriott O'Hare (January 26-28)
  • Atlanta - Atlanta Airport Marriott (February 2-4)

The RLCs  continue to provide leadership development for all collegiate executive council officers and social chairmen on an annual basis. The following collegiate officers were required to attend the RLCs: 

  • President
  • Executive Vice President
  • Vice President of Programming
  • Vice President of Alumnae Relations
  • Vice President of Communication
  • Vice President of Finance
  • Vice President of Membership
  • Vice President of New Member Education
  • Vice President of Philanthropic Service
  • Vice President of Scholarship
  • Panhellenic Delegate
  • Social Chairman



Details regarding registration will be available later this Fall.

More information about the RLCs is available by contacting: 

  • Gina Farrar, meeting and events specialist, for all travel and registration questions, at
  • Mary Phillips, director of educational programs, for content and all other questions, at