Sigma Kappa’s Dream House – University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Posted by Luke Minton on Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 at 1:09 am
4 Greeks welcomes Sigma Kappa UTK to our website! They ordered tanks from us not too long ago, but the real story is the house they have in the works.
4,040,000. To the average person this number may seem random but to the ladies of Sigma Kappa at the University of Tennessee this number represents a dream. $4,040,000 is the budgeted cost for their brand new sorority house that is supposed to be completed this summer.
In May 2008, The University of Tennessee sororities held a drawing for lots in the brand new Sorority Village. The new Sorority Village will be home to the thirteen sorority houses and a panhellenic facility. Sigma Kappa drew one of the best lots possible near the center of the Sorority Village. Plans have been drawn that will portray what Sigma Kappa is all about.
This house will be 14,500 square feet, hold 40 residents, and will feature both informal and formal areas. The house will also include small reception areas, a library/study area, commercial kitchen, and common activity room. This sorority house will be a symbol and a stronghold for the Sigma Kappa sorority for years to come.
Sigma Kappa can use all the money they can get so future members will not be burdened with a large debt. Sigma Kappa is lucky enough to have a great national housing corporation that has helped them through this whole process. Any donation is considered an investment for the future. This house will help mold and develop young women to be future leaders. You can check out Sigma Kappa’s housing plan at their website and see if you would like to help out a great cause.