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Kappa Sigma

2012-13 Officers

District Grand Master: Bill Price

Alumni Adviser: Clifton Bobbitt

President: John Elms

Vice President: Derick Nabors

Grand Scribe (Secretary): Chris Cieri

Treasurer: Dylan Cox

Grand Master of Ceremonies: Caleb Simpson

Rush Chairman: Peter Innvar

Social Chairman: Chuck Stephenson

Fundraising Chairman: Tyler Israel

Community Service Chairman: Marquis Kearse

Alumni Relations Chairman: Ben Thomason

Chapter History Chairman: Chase Clark

Pledge Education Chairman: Deric Cicero

Scholarship Chairmen: Dan Dessauer

The Kappa Sigma fraternity is committed to fostering a close cooperative partnership with all colleges and universities with existing chapters. Kappa Sigma promotes academic achievement and assists each member to achieve his academic potential. The fraternity promotes involvement in all aspects of campus life. The creation of lifelong bonds is a primary benefit of fraternity membership. As brothers, our members have an obligation to have a caring concern for the welfare of our members. Brotherhood is a lifetime commitment; therefore, we encourage strong alumni-undergraduate relationships for the mutual benefit of the students and alumni. We teach young men social skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime. The multitude of leadership opportunities available through the fraternity prepares members for success in their chosen careers. We organize well-rounded programs and strive for excellence and quality in all undertakings. Kappa Sigma joined the Methodist University campus in Fall of 2008.

Kappa Sigma Student Site

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