The Beta Nu Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity has proudly shaped exceptional young men into world-class leaders. Titans of business, industry, agriculture, government officials, star athletes and esteemed educators trace their achievements to those “wonder” years at our Beta-Nu Chapter.
As we look back on the first 100+ years of our chapter with awe, fond memories, laughter and nostalgia, it is easy to imagine that the challenges of those first few years must have been incredible. But those brothers forged ahead, even without a significant base of alumni support, and even without the house that many us enjoyed and considered home.
Today, we have a new set of challenges: recreating the iconic status of Kappa Sigma at the University of Kentucky and building a new house that we all can be proud of while also matching the needs of our members of today. What we have in common, no matter what decade we look at, is that membership in Beta-Nu has long been a privilege that promotes achievement, opens doors of opportunity and encourages lifelong bonds of the Brotherhood.
We all stand together in wanting to ensure Beta Nu’s long-term success when return to campus. To we do that, we must accomplish the following:
Very few other fraternities have had as impressive an impact on the University of Kentucky as Kappa Sigma. It is impossible to walk the campus without passing buildings named in honor of Kappa Sigmas or to walk into campus alumni advisory boards without seeing many Kappa Sigs contributing their time to make the University of Kentucky a better place. Our alumni have become business, civic and professional leaders across America and the world. Brothers, it is now time to come together and recapture our glory as an outstanding Kappa Sigma chapter and return to our place as the leading fraternity at the University of Kentucky. With your generous support of our Capital Campaign, this goal is attainable.
If you have any questions, please contact Matt Noble our campaign consultant at Fraternity Management Group. His contact information is 520-990-3250 and firstname.lastname@example.org