Gamma Iota Sigma is an honorary fraternity with selective membership criteria. To
join Gamma Iota Sigma, a student must complete the online application and hazing form.
In addition to the recognition associated with membership in an honorary organization,
students who join Gamma Iota Sigma have opportunities for extensive contact and interaction
with industry representatives, through the meetings and special conferences sponsored
by the fraternity, and through the services offered through the Gamma Iota Sigma Grand Chapter.
To join Gamma Iota Sigma, complete an application. You will be given the option to
pay via debit/credit card when you complete your online application, or a check for
dues made out to Gamma Iota Sigma may be brought to the Departmental Office (A405
Moore-Rooker). We do not accept cash payments. Because the dues payments are a one-time only fee, it is advantageous to join both
Gamma Iota Sigma and the Insurance Society as early in a student’s college career as possible. For additional details about
the fraternity, contact the Faculty Advisor, Jenny Atkinson, located in A416 Moore-Rooker.
Gamma Iota Sigma elects officers during the Spring semester.
Duties of the Gamma Iota Sigma Officers
Primary officer contact for faculty advisor; Coordinate student participation for
annual conference and Invitational Seminar in Fall; attend meetings of Business Council;
coordinate GIS Initiation Ceremonies at joint meetings of Insurance Society and GIS;
oversee GIS assistance with Insurance Society programs and events; make announcements
Vice President for Communications
Update membership lists; submit monthly reports to GIS national office; assist President
with details concerning meetings and events; make announcements in classes.
Vice President for Finance
Deposit dues and other fees collected from students and others; pay all expenses from
organizational accounts; keep financial records; prepare budgets; make announcements
Vice President for Industry Relations
Contact firms to participate in Intern-For-A-Day program; coordinate scheduling of
Intern-For-A-Day program; make announcements in classes.
Vice President for Student Relations
Act as liaison for students; coordinate scheduling of GIS officers for class announcements;
act as Pandora liaison; assist other officers as needed; make announcements in classes.
VP of Professional Development
Develop and present tips at the annual career fair boot camp, keep in tune with professional
development opportunities around UGA and GIS to communicate to members. Create a campaign
of interview and professionalism tips to share with students. Organize and conduct
office hours to assist students with resume critiques and other general questions.
Plan reading day group study sessions to encourage students to meet.
VP for Diversity and Inclusion
Coordinate D&I initiatives within the chapter, plan diversity related events throughout
the semester, liaise with the grand chapter on D&I initiatives.