Login Help

Welcome to new Sigma Phi Omega website. You asked and we listened…. Our new website is dynamic, showcases SPO chapter news, allows chapter advisors to access chapter information, and allows members to access individual account information.

To make our transition from our ‘legacy’ database to our new on-line database, we need your help.  If you are a current SPO member, please follow the instructions below to activate your account. 

  1. Please go to the following URL https://www.sigmaphiomega.org/my-account/. From there, you can reset your password by clicking the “Lost your password?” link. Use your email address to reset your password. *Tip: It may be possible that the current email you use is different from the one on file. Should you not receive a password reset link after submitting your email, please try a different email address, such as your .edu email. 
  2. Update your subscription type by clicking the “Change Subscription Type” in the My Subscriptions table. Select the subscription type that most accurately describes you and begin the checkout process. (After you click on your appropriate membership type, you might get a pop-up that states “You cannot switch to the same subscription.”  If so you are ready to go and you can skip step 3.)
  3. Proceed through the checkout process. As a current member, you will not be paying for membership. The database will ask you for billing information.  If you prefer not to enter your credit card info at this time, you are welcome to click on the radio button that states “pay by check.” Completing the checkout form will simply update your account information as well as relevant membership information.
  4. Once the checkout process is completed, you will then be an active user of the Sigma Phi Omega website!

If you have any questions about this process, please contact our SPO membership coordinator, Michelle Stanley at spomembership@yahoo.com or myself at spopresident@hotmail.com.


Thank you for your involvement in SPO.  Your membership matters!

 

Sincerely,

 

Katie Ehlman

SPO President