Gamma-Chi Chapter History

A century old never looked so good.

The Gamma-Chi Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at Kansas State University on June 7, 1919, when K-State was still Kansas State Agricultural College and before the adoption of Willie the Wildcat as the school's beloved mascot. Gamma-Chi has been active on campus ever since.

Gamma-Chi has a wide diversity of majors ranging from accounting to biochemistry to business and many more. We are actively searching for men willing to make a difference in their community, and improving themselves through education while enjoying true Brotherhood.

Brothers in Action

Brothers In Action (BIA) is a character and competence based program designed to teach fraternal values applicable to academic, chapter, and career goals through experiential learning and chapter-supported programming. BIA provides a blueprint for chapters to follow as they provide personal development programming for members.


Chapters provide education about chapter operations, workshops and activities that develop essential career skills, and brotherhood activities focusing on deepening the bonds between our members.


​Beginning with the Brothers In Action for Pledges program, Kappa Sigma provides opportunities for personal growth and development that guides members not only during their college careers, but throughout life.​ At Kansas State BIA takes many forms, ranging from resume workshops, a weekend camping trip, or even just a night of bowling with our brothers.

The original chapter house
Early Brothers
Brothers on the Porch
Brothers in the Photo
Brothers Outside
An Early Chapter House
1954 Christmas Formal
Brothers of 1973
Brothers of 1972
Hall of Fame
The Second Chapter House
Mom's Weekend

The Gamma-Chi chapter just turned 100! Join us in our celebrations for the next 100 years at K-State!