Kappa Sigma - or KSig for short - is a social fraternity founded in 1869 on the campus of the University of Virginia. It has become one of the largest fraternities in the United States, with 318 active chapters and colonies in North America. Membership in the fraternity hovers around 17,000 active undergraduate students. Kappa Sigma holds the distinction as one of the most esteemed organizations on college campuses, with an active membership that frequently takes part in community service projects and campus events. Kappa Sigma has a rich history and upholds an ongoing tradition of excellence that lives on today among active brothers and alumni.
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Kappa Sigma FAQs:
- What year was Kappa Sigma founded? Kappa Sigma was founded on December 10, 1869 at the University of Virginia.
- What are Kappa Sigma's colors? The official Kappa Sigma colors are scarlet, white and emerald green.
- What is Kappa Sigma's symbol? The fraternity's symbol is the star and crescent, which is seen in both the flag and the crest of the group.
- What are the most popular Kappa Sigmas? Notable members of Kappa Sigma include dozens of political figures, both past and present as well as singer Jimmy Buffet, HGTV personality Chip Gaines, The Bachelor host, Chris Harrison, former CEO of Intel Craig Barrett and media mogul Ted Turner.