The Kappa Alpha Society is widely considered to be the oldest modern fraternity in the United States. Since its founding in 1825, the society has been the center of intellectual pursuit and has served as a forum for its members to address their opinions regarding matters of any nature. It is impossible to describe the difference between KA and the fraternities on campus in just a paragraph, but if you’d like to discover what it’s all about for yourself, stop by the house and meet the members.
Contact Mark Wasmund, if you would like to receive further information about meeting times and upcoming events.
With so many student organizations and clubs to choose from, this survey will help narrow your options in three easy steps:
1. Open the blank survey (click here)
2. Fill in your responses
3. Save and email the form
Once completed, your interests will be forwarded to the respective clubs for follow-up.
The Co-Curricular Transcript is a record of student involvement in campus (or co-curricular) activities such as club membership, leadership experiences, work-study, awards and volunteer service. Use it to compliment applications for campus leadership positions (RAs, OLs, Bonner Leaders, etc.) graduate school or your first professional position.
Once submitted, your transcript will be verified and printed for you.