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Beta Beta Chapter

of Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc.


Educating, Elevating, and Empowering Women since 1980

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A Letter from our President


Hello and Welcome!

My name is Natalie Mendoza and I am the President of the Beta Beta Chapter of Corazones Unidos Siempre Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc. I am a 21 years old, Mexican, currently a completing my Junior year at UNCG double majoring in Information Systems Management and Marketing. I became a sister in the Spring of 2019 (becoming #3 of Beta Beta’s Kappa line). To give you a good idea of our sisterhood, I will share my perspective with you. 


When I came to UNCG in the Fall of 2017 I knew that this was a big change from what I was used to back home. Home for me was three hours away in a very small town and moving to Greensboro, where I didn’t know anyone gave me the opportunity to find where I belong. I also came from a big family so trying to find that at UNCG was important to me. Little did I know that my family away from home was going to mean that I was going to be a part of a sorority. CUS to me represents a true sisterhood, education support system, and a platform to speak my truth. Ever since that first interaction I had with CUS I have been on a journey of self-improvement that I have been so happy with. CUS didn’t turn me into a different person, the sisterhood simply brought out the strength and confidence that I already had buried within me. I’ve seen a change in how I view myself. I have grown more confident and more sure of my decisions. I can wholeheartedly say that it is thanks to CUS. My sisters motivated me to reach my full potential and for that I am forever grateful. 


Aside from our own personal growth, CUS strives to help the community through education and service. Creating discussions on topics that impact the public as well as holding fundraisers and community service events are ways we try to contribute to our community and motivate even more action. The sisterhood’s dedication to fostering leaders, making positive changes within the UNCG/Greensboro community, and solidifying a bond that provides never ending support no matter how close or far, has created an environment that we can only describe as our home away from home.

For every Woman that has joined CUS, they will tell you the same thing. This is a lifelong sisterhood. It goes beyond four years and beyond the UNCG campus. This bond follows you throughout life, helping you through fostering careers and families. With sisters nationwide, no distance is too far for a sister of CUS. This is truly the best sisterhood in eXistence.

Natalie Mendoza


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