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Kappa Sigma

Delta Psi Chapter 

Chapter website: www.msu.edu/~kappasig/
National website: www.kappasigma.org
Nickname: Kappa Sigs
Chapter house address: 715 Grove St.   
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Mascot/symbol: Star and Crescent  
Color(s): Red and Gold  

About Kappa Sigma at Michigan State University

Kappa Sigma is a nationwide fraternal brotherhood, operating at over 234 colleges and universities with a total of over 11,000 undergraduate men. The Delta-Psi Chapter here at Michigan State University was founded in 1937. The chapter has a rich and diverse amount of alumni. Every year the chapter continues to grow for generations to come. Kappa Sigma is the largest fraternity in the US and Canada in terms of recruitment. More men have chosen Kappa Sigma than any other fraternity.

Philanthropy Event: Military Heroes Campaign

Created in 2007, the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign honors and aids thousands of military veterans and their families in communities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Since its inception, the campaign has donated nearly $500,000 to non-profit organizations who advocate on behalf of servicemen and women and those wounded in combat. North Carolina Senator and 2008 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Richard M. Burr, a 1975 initiate of the Delta-Omega Chapter at Wake Forest University, serves as chairman of the Military Heroes Campaign.

Contact

President
Justin Holley
holleyju@msu.edu

Recruitment
Jared Rotenberg
rotenbe5@msu.edu

Philanthropy
Collin DeBrabander
debraba4@msu.edu

Social
Zackary Krause
krauseza@msu.edu