About Epsilon Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon Sigma Alpha was formed in 1929 by people who had the desire to learn, grow, and serve together. Illinois State University's Alpha Beta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha was formed in 1992 by Jamie Atchison.

The Greek translation of Epsilon Sigma Alpha means "the pursuit of learning". Blue and gold comprise the sorority colors. The color blue symbolizes fidelity to purpose and loyalty to ideals, while gold represents achievement and the everlasting life of our values.

Our    history

Motto: "We are a head above the rest."

Mascot: Giraffe

Colors: Blue and gold

Flower: Jonquil


Are you an ESA Alum?
We welcome our Alumni back for Homecoming, Founders Day, and all ESA events. It is great for us to meet the women who have created the history of our organization! Join the ESA Alum Facebook page to keep up to date with events. 

Current members: If you will be graduating at the end of the semester, you must write a letter to the Alumni Chair to ask them if your membership can be changed to Alumni status. Also, please give your contact information to the Alumni Chair so that she can contact you with information about Alumni events.

Weekly Schedule: 

Monday: Nothing

Tuesday: Info Night (Informal Rush)

Wednesday: Meet the Board (Informal Rush)

Thursday: Practice

Friday: Nothing 

Saturday: Basketball Game 

Sunday: Chapter and Bid Day!!



Ways and Means

St. Jude



Hope for Heroes


Junior Philanthropic

New Actives



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