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The history of Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) dates back to 1903 when it was founded as a women's music fraternity at the University of Michigan by seven exceptional women with a passion for the performing arts. Today, SAI is an international organization that promotes friendship and cooperation among its members while actively supporting musical activities related to cultures across the globe. Classified as a professional fraternity, there are now over 135 collegiate chapters and 180 alum chapters in the United States, plus alumni associations located around the world. Sigma Alpha Iota has offered members a unique sense of family for over 120 years.

Every sister needs some Sigma Alpha Iota merch in her collegiate collection. When shopping for SAI sorority merchandise at Greek Gear, you can feel confident that all our merch is officially licensed with the sorority logo included. Shop our selection of lettered hats, T-shirts, totes, drinkware and other merchandise, all at low prices. Members of this fraternal sisterhood are sure to find something that embodies their passion for music and supports their beloved SAI chapter. Other official products include merchandise like hats and blankets that are perfect for gifts or individual use. Group orders are always welcome, making it easy to get your favorite SAI product in bulk to share with your sisters. Show off your Greek pride with Sigma Alpha Iota merchandise from Greek Gear today.

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  1. What year was Sigma Alpha Iota founded? Sigma Alpha Iota was founded in 1903 at University School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  2. What are Sigma Alpha Iota's colors? The sorority's official colors are red and white.
  3. What is Sigma Alpha Iota's symbol? Sigma Alpha Iota's symbol is the Pan Pipes.
  4. What is Sigma Alpha Iota's motto? Sigma Alpha Iota's motto is "Vita brevis, ars longa," in English, Life is Short, Art is Long.