Kappa Sigma

Chapter Information
Chapter Designation
Theta Gamma
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
"Kappa Sig"
December 10, 1869
Membership Cost (New/Active)
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Fall 2019Fall 2018Fall 2017
New Members191116
Active Members212725
Total Members403841
New Member GPA2.061.992.10
Active Member GPA2.692.392.51
Organization GPA2.372.322.33
Retention Rate68.75%N/AN/A
Graduation RateN/AN/AN/A
Standards of Excellence
Recruitment/Intake and Retention63%75%95%
Philanthropy and Community Service75%78%81%
Risk Management and Self-Governance61%47%69%
Chapter Management69%63%97%
2019 Chapter Information
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Organization Status
Incident Date
September 21, 2018
Resolution Date
November 16, 2018

Kappa Sigma accepted responsibility for violating Student Event Guidelines as contained in the Midwestern State University Student Handbook. Specifically:


  1. All activities and events of registered student organizations must be registered and approved through MustangsLink. Event registration is available online through each registered student organization’s MustangsLink portal.
  2. Event registration must occur for all registered student organization activities, whether held on or off-campus.
  3. The deadline for registering a social event is four days prior to the event, except for those activities approved as alcoholic beverage functions and/or requiring the services of a police officer. Those functions must be registered ten days prior to the event.



Kappa Sigma has the following sanctions set upon them:

  1. University probation through December 2019. Further violation of student event guidelines during the probation period will likely result in the suspension of the organization. Additional, during the probationary period:
  2. Mandatory monthly organization progress meeting between the chapter president and one officer selected by the chapter president with the Director of Student Leadership & Involvement (SL&I), or designee
  3. Mandatory training session on university policies and procedures relevant to the organization for the organization's 2019 officers/executives in January, presented by the Director of SL&I, or designee.
  4. Calendar of all organization activities each long semester (fall/spring) due to the Director of SL&I, or designee, due within the first two weeks of a semester. Any updates to the calendar must be submitted on a monthly basis. 
Academic Status
Good Standing
Last Modified: 06/25/2020