Fraternities and sororities started in the state of Arizona, and specifically at the University of Arizona, in 1915 with the founding of the Gamma-Rho Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Arizona. If you are interested in learning more about us, please complete this recruitment interest form and we will be back in touch.
Why Kappa Sigma?
Kappa Sigma was founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia and we have over 300 chapters across the U.S. and Canada.
We award $40,000 annually in scholarships at a local level and additionally the Kappa Sigma Endowment Fund awards another $250,000.
We co-founded the ZonaZoo; co-founded the Bobcats (the senior honorary); designed the original Wilbur; composed the Alma Mater song; and have had hundreds of club/varsity athletes, ASUA Presidents & Senators, Club presidents, and more.
Our alumni and undergraduate brotherhood is strong: alumni start businesses together, alumni travel together, alumni attend Homecoming in large numbers, and our alumni volunteer in large numbers.
We are committed to partnerships with our campus partners.
We are committed to excellence in academics, career preparation, diversity & inclusion, leadership development, service, and lifetime affinity to our chapter, Kappa Sigma, and the University of Arizona. We are also committed to no hazing.
We will move back into our Chapter House in the center of campus as soon as our recruitment numbers allow that (TKE is in our house right now).
No chapter has more committed alumni volunteers than Kappa Sigma. We have over 30 alumni serving on our Advisory Board, Foundation Board, and Housing Corporation Board.
We have a Career Director who helps our chapter with career networking, job board, virtual & in-person career panels, and he coordinates between our career mentors and undergraduates.