Want to get more from your college life? Kappa Sigma makes it happen. Joining Kappa Sigma provides opportunities for fellowship, fun and personal growth that you simply can't get elsewhere. Over 230,000 men have joined and enjoyed the unmatched experiences, involvement and lifelong Brotherhood that Kappa Sigma offers. Kappa Sigma is no secret...our goal is to build better men.
In Kappa Sigma, Brothers learn to get involved in their communities and take the lead when something needs to be done. Countless Brothers, including senators, governors and CEOs, have said Kappa Sigma gave them the leadership skills they needed to succeed.
You're in college for an education. Kappa Sigma helps you excel in the classroom. From its earliest beginnings in Renaissance Italy, Kappa Sigma has existed to promote scholarship in its members. Over $300,000 is awarded each year by the Kappa Sigma Endowment Fund to Brothers who excel in scholarship and leadership. At the chapter level, Brothers help you learn about the campus, provide advice on professors and classes and help you study for those important assignments.
Helping others is part of being a Kappa Sigma. Brothers spend thousands of hours working in their communities and raise thousands of dollars for worthy causes each year. From organizing park clean-ups to serving as Big Brothers to organizing charity rock concerts, Kappa Sigmas work hard for their causes. College is fun, but only service gives you the great feeling of knowing you've helped someone and made a difference.
The Brothers of Kappa Sigma at Montana State University added 19 pledges to the house to start the year off and initiated 12 in November. So far this year the Brothers remodeled the front room, pool room, and are working to repair the front steps next year.
They have done a lot of community service this year compared to previous years by participating in Service Saturday, Adopt A Highway, Kappa Sigma Day of Service, and Give Blood for the American Red Cross. Recently, they had Brother Brolin Walters, an alumni, from the Kappa-Phi chapter of Kappa Sigma at George Mason University come over and do a three day workshop to help the chapter with chapter attitude, goal setting and setting up a calendar for spring semester. In the past few years, Kappa Sigma has come a long way and the Brothers are striving to continue on their success.