Office of Greek Affairs
The Greek community at Kansas State University has been in existence since 1913, with a continuing tradition of excellence. Through the years we have been a community that fosters academic excellence, leadership ability, philanthropic services, and active contributions to both the campus and Manhattan communities. Our Greek community consists of 17 sororities and 28 fraternities, with a total membership of more than 4,000 undergraduate students. While each organization maintains its own activities, traditions, and national affiliations, each founded on similar principles of scholarship, leadership, community service, and lifelong friendship.
Greek Affairs Mission
The K-State Fraternity and Sorority community is dedicated to the personal and professional development of members through a wide range of activities and experiences. We are committed to development of members through a wide range of activities and experiences. We are committed to promoting life-long involvement in individual organizations, as well as our collective community to positively impact the lives of both undergraduate and alumni members while building and maintaining a fraternity and sorority community worth enough to serve the University and the people of Manhattan.
Greek Experience * Sunday, February 15, 2015
Register for Greek Experience here.
Membership in the K-State Greek community offers students a one of a kind experience that defies stereotypes, exceeds standards and maximizes student potential. Join us on Sunday, Feb. 15 for a Greek Experience to learn more about fraternity and sorority life. It's an opportunity to experience the K-State Greek family. For more information, call (785) 532-5546 or visit here.
Interested in joining a fraternity?
As of May 19, 2014, the Beta Kappa chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity has lost recognition as a K-State Interfraternity Council member, and has been suspended from campus. If you are interested in joining this fraternity, please be aware that it is not currently recognized by the university until August 1, 2018. If you have further questions, please contact the Office of Greek Affairs at (785) 532-5546.