Beta Pi Chapter
Welcome to the Sister Hood
Welcome to the Home Page of Concord University's Beta Pi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Our National Sorority was founded at Longwood University in 1901. Beta Pi, our local chapter, was founded in 1947, making ASA one of the oldest sororities at Concord University. This year we are celebrating 62nd anniversary!
Our Chapter is Nationally recognized as having the most consecutive Homecoming Queens (one of which, Cindy Kelly, who currently is our national president), as well as being known for former Concord student, and Beta Pi alumna, Frieda'Riley (October Sky) who was the chemistry and physics teacher at Big Creek High School who inspired the Rocket Boys.
On Concords campus we are locally known for a strong competitiveness in Greek Week and Homecoming, as well as having a strong involvement in university athletics, and other campus activities. ASA is also locally known for outstanding community service, sponsoring several community projects a semester as well as volunteering at the Special Olympics, and fundraising for the S. June Smith Center in Lancaster PA.
Our Goal in Alpha Sigma Alpha is to Foster Close Friendships and to Build Women of Poise and Purpose. Please navigate through our site to learn more about our sorority, what we are about and to meet our members. Thank you for visiting!
Beta Pi will be running with Pi Kappa Phi national fraternity this year for homecoming. Rachel Lucas will be representing ASA for the title of Homecoming Queen - Good Luck ladies!
Congrats to Kerry Fowler for being voted as Greek Goddess!!!
Nationals Has just linked to our site, and can be found under the chapter locater, Beta Pi .Concord University has recently linked to our site as well, and can be found listed under the organizations/clubs page.
Recently WMLT aired a feature story on PBS about our chapters trip to volunteer at the Special Olympics. For more info Check out our Lady Bug in the News Section.
For More Information on our national organization Please visit