Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc.

Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority Incorporated is the first multicultural organization in the nation. It was founded in November 1981 by five women at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Mu Sigma Upsilon strives to set forth a positive image of all women and promote cultural awareness through a sorority in which sisters of every nationality, race, creed, and religion come together under one name to achieve academic excellence, unity amongst all women, and active participation in our universities and communities.

Message from the Chapter President

Becoming a sister of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. has given me so much valuable leadership experience, networking opportunities, and connections that I will have for a lifetime. Coming into college during COVID in 2020, I searched for a space where I can be authentically myself while also appreciating my culture as I live in Bridgeport, CT and was born in Brazil. Looking back at the shy freshman that I was, I never expected myself to have so much personal growth as I do today, and I would like to thank MSU for opening many doors for me as I surround myself with strong, fierce, and independent women who always encourage me to be my best potential. We are a sorority that exceeds societal boundaries of race, religion, culture, and class, and use our platform as a vehicle to educate the surrounding campus and community on issues of diversity.

President: Victoria Pigoretti

Expectations of Excellence Standings

Chapter GPA 3.121 3.386
New Member GPA 2.589 N/A
Dollars Raised $105.00 $190.00
Total Service Hours 35 87
Overall Chapter Status Grey  Navy
Semester Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Updated: January 2024

Quick Facts

Year Established at UConn: 1999; Reestablished in 2019
Chapter Name: Concordia
Nickname: Mu
Colors: Baby Blue and White
Symbol: Amazon Woman
Philanthropy: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Motto: "Mujeres Siempre Unidas"
Signature Event: R.A.C.E. Banquet

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Organizational Conduct History

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