Beta Kappa Chapter
100 Years at Kansas State University!
On March 1-3, 2013, the Beta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Nu celebrated its centennial anniversary at Kansas State University. The Beta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Nu was originally established in 1892 at Southwest Kansas College. In 1897, the chapter became defunct and in 1913, the chapter was re-established at Kansas State Agricultural College now known as Kansas State University. Additional photos from the centennial anniversary celebration are accessible from the alumni page.
Our Founders at Virginia Military Institute lived by a code of honor. The Honor system at VMI required each cadet to conform to the duty imposed by his conscience that each act be governed by a high sense of Honor. We are the first fraternity to be founded upon this honor principle. When lived out in the bonds of fraternal brotherhood, the honor principle brings a level of integrity and excellence that is uncommon in a world of relative truth.
Sigma Nu is, first and above all, a brotherhood. The friendships and memories we form here will last a lifetime. Fraternity, for us, is all about supporting one another, and working together to build a far richer college experience than any would have otherwise. Furthermore, Sigma Nu is not just four years; it's for life.