Upcoming Events

Next All-Member Meeting
Tuesday, March 13, at 7:30pm in Calvin Hall 116.
This will be a purely social event (no work, we promise!). We plan to have an ice cream sundae bar, so come build your own sweet treat!

K-State Challenge Course
April 14, Time and Location TBA
To help build camaraderie among our members, especially the new sophomore inductees.

GTA/GRA Reception
April 22, 2pm, Flint Hills Room, K-State Student Union
This event honors our hard-working graduate teaching assistants and research assistants.
Nomination forms will be mailed to Professors during the second week in March.

Recent Events

Regional Summit

February 17-18-19, 2012.
Delegates and advisors from six states came to Kansas State to attend workshops and participate in service events. We were serenaded by the a cappella group Cadence and rolled with laughter at the antics of the improvisational group On the Spot Improv. If you were here, thank you for coming. If you missed it, we hope to see you next time.
Read the press release :: View a slide show

Induction Ceremony

December 4, 2011.
We had over 50 inductees and an overflow crowd. See pictures.

Member Volunteer Opportunities

We have several ongoing activities in which members can get involved to help the community. We have loads of fun, and it always feels good to make someone else feel good. If you know of any other opportunities, please let us know!

Tutoring at the Douglass Center

The Douglass Center is a youth center that serves primarily disadvantaged youth here in Manhattan. Most students are elementary school age, but the program is open to all K-12 ages. The Douglass Center Annex is located at 901 Yuma Street. To volunteer, please contact Sara Morgan ( or any of the officers. Hope to see you soon!

Teen Parents Program

This program is in partnership with St. Luke’s church in town. The goal is to help teen parents get a “real life” education. They teach classes on nutrition, behavior, discipline, financial planning, and even how to change a car tire. What they need from us is simply a couple of students to help watch the kids, so the moms can participate in the program. For more information or to sign up, please contact Sara Morgan ( or any of the officers.

Better World Books

At the end of every semester, we collect new and used books (mostly textbooks) in collaboration with Better World Books. The books are sold (at a greatly reduced rate) to help support literacy programs, or they are distributed worldwide to those in need. See for more information.

Golden Key Point System:

Be an active member in our chapter. Participate the GK Point System! Download Point System Form.