Zeta Sigma Chi isn’t as diverse as they think
When I saw the article about Zeta Sigma Chi, I almost fell out of my chair. They are not as accepting of diversity as they say they are. Despite being a “multicultural” sorority, they are more so an African-American sorority.
Having read their mission statement and not knowing that the Towson chapter was focused on ethnicity, I thought they would be a good fit for me. I’m disabled and I figured that their supposed open-mindedness would help me to be accepted. I was wrong!
Every handicap that I disclosed to them was used as a tool against me to “prove that I was worthy of being a Radiant Lady.” Having been told that I had a sensory processing disorder, they made me recite pages of information from memory with a radio blasting in my ear. I told them it was painful, and they said to suck it up.
Having been told I have fine motor difficulties, I was assigned 20 pages of lines, hand written, no exceptions. I was mocked for being disabled and told that I was just making excuses. Zeta Sigma Chi broke me down and made me feel worthless. In the end I had to quit.