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The Epsilon Theta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha is one of three social/service sororities located on the Penn State Erie, the Behrend College, campus. The purpose of ASA is to "foster closer friendships between members and develop women of poise and purpose." ASA also holds pride in holding annual charities and fundraisers for its two national philanthropies: the S. June Smith Center and the Special Olympics. The Epsilon Theta chapter is well-known for their yearly fall Date Auction which raises proceeds for the S. June Smith Center, a charity assisting special-needs children. Alpha Sigma Alpha emphasizes the balance amongst its four aims: physical, spiritual, social, and intellectual. Some examples of the what the sisters do to achieve these aims include: joining intramural teams, participating in ritual ceremonies, mixing with other both Greek and Non-Greek organizations, and holding a mandatory GPA requirement. A 2.25 GPA must be achieved to be eligible to be an active sister, and a 2.50 GPA is required to hold a position on the executive board.